Near Montreal, the Laurentians is a large and growing region that is a thriving hub of entrepreneurial activity where people can develop personal or professional endeavors. Natural beauty surrounds the landscape, and exciting activities are yours to discover all year long. Furthermore, the good real estate and transport services in the region enable you to live life comfortably and conveniently. Thinking of settling down in the Laurentians? There are a whole host of great reasons why you should. If you have been dreaming of living surrounded by nature, but also have the ability to enjoy what city life has to offer, the Laurentians are the perfect place to call home.
History of Mont-Tremblant
The Laurentian Mountains span 22,000 square miles
of southern Quebec just north of Montreal. These mountains form a majestic presence in Mont-Tremblant Canada with their peaks and lakes displaying breathtaking landscapes. The first settlers of Mont-Tremblant came in 1872, under the leadership of Antoine Labelle. In the Tremblant region, Labelle formed 29 counties and 20 parishes. Saint-Jovite was first linked to Montreal by rail when the railway line was completed in 1892. In 1904, it reached Lac Mercier, and the train station there eventually became the village of Mont-Tremblant. Here are some interesting statistics
about Mont-Tremblant today:
- Size: 90 square miles (235 km²)
- Population: 10,010
- Average age: 46 years old
- Average income: $57,331
- Languages: 90% French, 7.5% English, 2.7% Other, 0.7% French & English
Fun Activities to Explore
The Laurentian Mountains
are known for their famous resort destinations, including Tremblant Ski Resort
with its indisputable charm, scenic landscape, and five-star skiing. Through its many mountain peaks, rivers, and lakes, the Laurentians offer scenery that bursts with color and vibrancy all year long. With so many things to do during all four seasons of the year, this vast and welcoming area is a popular tourist destination. Summer activities include:
- Or golf on one of six championship golf courses
Mont-Tremblant has received numerous awards
including recognition by National Geographic as one of the top 25 ski villages in the world
. However, you don’t have to be a ski enthusiast to enjoy Mont-Tremblant in the winter. Why not try:
- Sleigh riding
- Dog sledding
- Or ice-fishing
Home To 3 Charming Villages
Mont-Tremblant consists of three distinct villages: the Pedestrian Village
, the Old Village
, and St-Jovite
, also known as the “Centre-Ville.” The pedestrian village is situated at the foot of Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort. St-Jovite is Mont-Tremblant’s downtown area located about 7 miles (11.27 km) south of the resort. Tremblant’s Old Village is located on the edge of Lake Mercier, between the ski resort and the downtown area. The Old Village is lined with coffee shops, boutiques, restaurants, pubs, gourmet stores, bakeries, luxury boutiques, and antique shops. It is also home to Place de la Gare
, an art gallery located in a building that is a replica of the old railway station. During the warmer months, the Village is also home to numerous festivals, farmers markets, and cultural events. In Mont-Tremblant, there is always something new to discover.
Are The Mountains Calling To You?
There’s nothing like a crisp autumn day spent exploring the natural beauty of Mont-Tremblant. If you have fallen in love with the local culture and gorgeous views the Laurentians have to offer, consider purchasing a home or vacation property at Kanata Tremblant. You can view all of our lots on an interactive map
to see the gorgeous scenery for yourself! Contact us
today to uncover your mountainside retreat.