Here is some final info that may be helpful and useful. Directions to the hotel are at the bottom of this post, as are directions from the hotel to our two usual skiing destinations, their websites and trail maps. For those new to this weekend, what we usually do is ski at the Parc national du Mont-Tremblant on the Saturday morning, and at Domaine Saint-Bernard on Sunday. The specifics get discussed at breakfast. A few members often go early on Friday and ski at Domaine Saint-Bernard that day as well. If you really want to get a ski in on Friday this is probably your best option. You can get there about noon or earlier, have a bit of lunch, get a good ski in, and be at the hotel in time for check-in. Their little chalet is also quite comfy for hanging out. The easiest option however, would be the P’tit Train du Nord, which passes right by our hotel. The website for that is below as well. Snowshoeing and alpine skiing are also options. There is also great skating right on Lac Mercier. Lots to do!
Check in at the hotel is the usual 3pm, and check out is 11am. The buffet breakfast in the dining room (you have to go through the bar) will be available Saturday and Sunday morning from 7:30 am to about 9:30. There is a “Coffee Corner” on the second floor of the hotel, and all rooms have mini-fridges. Our Cinq a Sept/Wine and Cheese on Saturday will be in a room on the second floor called Le Bernardin, followed by dinner at 7 pm in the dining room. Some folks often get together on Friday evening to go somewhere for dinner. That is up to you to plan.
If anyone is thinking of alpine skiing, please note that the Tremblant ski resort is hosting a FIS Moguls World Cup event all weekend, so it will be even more crowded than usual. But it is also a blast to watch!
Directions to Hotel Mont-Tremblant: Take Exit 119 off Rte 117 and head north on Montee Ryan. Here’s the Google map from that point:
Directions from hotel to Domaine Saint-Bernard:
Directions from hotel to Parc national du Mont-Tremblant:
Website for Domaine Saint-Bernard (Ski de fond Mont-Tremblant):
and Trail Map: http:
Website for Parc national du Mont-Tremblant:
and Trail Map: https:
Website for Le P’tit Train du Nord: