Are you ready for an exciting summer of music, adventure, and relaxation? Quebec’s famed Tremblant in the Laurentian Mountains north of Montreal has everything you need to make your summer unforgettable. With a full schedule of events that promises to blow you away, a breathtaking natural environment, and a variety of activities and entertainment, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for adrenaline-fueled adventures or a peaceful retreat, Tremblant has it all!

But first, let’s talk about the recent renovations and investments at two of Tremblant’s hotels. Le Westin Tremblant has undergone a $15 million revitalization project, featuring two new chef-led restaurant and bar destinations operated by Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality, a world-class spa and fitness facilities, and renewed public spaces, meeting rooms, banquet facilities, and guest rooms. The hotel is also focused on guest well-being through signature wellness programs. You can eat, sleep, move, feel, work, and play well at Le Westin Tremblant. Meanwhile, The Fairmont Tremblant has undergone an outdoor makeover, and while work is underway on the outdoor pool deck, the indoor aquatic facilities and the Moment Spa are still open for business.

Now, let’s talk about the events happening this summer! Summer at Tremblant is all about music, thrills, impressive displays, and laughter. Les Rythmes Tremblant is back and better than ever, with three different sounds: emerging artists during the New Music weekend, new country taking over Place Saint Bernard, and Latin music for two full days. The Tremblant International Blues Festival is also a must-see, featuring headliners such as Southern Avenue, Sugary Rayford, Dumpstaphunk, and Delgres, along with more than 100 free concerts over five days. If you’re looking for a more laid-back experience, don’t miss Folk Weekend, where you can enjoy intimate performances and get up close and personal with the artists.

But that’s not all! Tremblant is a life-sized playground, offering a wide range of water sports on Lake Tremblant, from waterskiing to tubing, and everything in between. For a truly unique experience, check out Tonga Lumina, a sensory experience that takes visitors on an illuminated nighttime walk through the forest. And for the ultimate outdoor adventure, Ziptrek Écotours takes you down the mountain on five dizzying zip lines that stretch over nearly four kilometers.

With all of these amazing experiences to choose from, it’s clear that Tremblant is the place to be this summer. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags, grab your friends and family, and get ready for the summer of a lifetime!

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