Beautiful 23 acres lot on Lake Mercier. Ideal for building a family cottage in Tremblant. Close to all services, the famous Petit Train du Nord bike trail and Mon-Tremblant various activities and restaurants.
Imagine the Lifestyle Nestled in the heart of the oldest mountain chain bordering Quebec’s largest National Park, M
Imagine the Lifestyle Nestled in the heart of the oldest mountain chain bordering Quebec’s largest National Park, Mont-Tremblant, a lively four-seasons mountain and lake side community is 1.5 hours north of Montreal and 2 hours east of Ottawa. Water meets the mountains in this unparalleled year-round destination renowned for its skiing, golfing and water sports. Boasting a rich historical and cultural background, Tremblant was first made popular as an alpine village in the late 1930’s, by legendary skier Joseph Ryan. Accessed initially by the famous railway, Le P’tit Train du Nord, Tremblant was a sought after destination for American and Canadian families. Today, the long-term growth of the area keeps expanding and an international clientele now make Tremblant their home. In 1991, the mountain was purchased by the Intrawest corporation, world leader in experiential destination resorts, and transformed into Mont-Tremblant Resort, a popular year-round mountain destination complete with hotels, boutiques, restaurants, cafés and spas. With two of three Intrawest villages built, 2800 lodging units, 94 ski and snowboard runs, 13 lifts, 625 acres of skiable terrain, championship golf courses and a 1500 square kilometre National Park, an incredible nautical center, Mont-Tremblant is undoubtingly a region which reflects economical and cultural diversity. A planned $1-Billion expansion over the next ten years places Tremblant among the largest tourism project presently underway in North America. Mont-Tremblant: Three Distinctive Areas Mont Tremblant is divided into three distinct areas. First, we have the Intrawest mountain resort, modeled after Old Québec and pedestrian European mountain villages, with its numerous hotels, restaurants, boutiques, cafés and spas. Secondly, the historical village which is a revival of traditional ski towns, bustles with inns, B&B’s, art galleries, cultural events and outdoor activities. And thirdly, the downtown core named St-Jovite, which clearly represents the traditional small Québec town and offers an array of services lined along the main street. Tremblant is strategically located between important economic centers such as Toronto and New York and is now connected to these two cities by way of daily flights bound from the recently opened Mont-Tremblant International Airport. A world-class venue for events such as the Tremblant International Blues Festival, the Champ Car World Series, The Jim Russell and Ferrari driving schools, the Festival of Colours and celebrity golf tournaments, Tremblant proposes an unforgettable experience on a year-round basis. With a great all-seasons multi-functional trail and le P’tit Train du Nord bicycle path, all three distinctive areas of Mont-Tremblant remain connected. Offering an impressive number of outdoor activities such as alpine and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing, kiting, golfing, sailing, water-skiing, canoeing, hiking and cycling, the region is predisposed to accommodate a local and international clientele, which in turn participates in shaping the future of this growing and vibrant community. The resort was also ranked, for 13 consecutive years, no.1 ski resort on the east coast of North America by readers of Ski Magazine and one of the top 25 Canadian destination by Tripadvisor. sothebysrealtytremblant.com
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2237 Chemin du Village, J8E 1E9, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada