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    Mont Tremblant Village is a fun, quaint place to just walk around in. There are lots of shops and restaurants. In addition, there's hiking, boating, swimming, golfing -- all depends what you're into. Further south (closer to Montreal), there's a water park with water slides, and a downhill go-cart ride near Piedmont. A lot of the ski hills also run the lifts in the summer, so you can ride to the top of the mountains for a great view. Saint-Sauveur (just south of Mont Tremblant) is a happening place, with lots of activity going on (musical festivals, outdoor restaurants, shopping, etc.). over 7 years ago

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    Great bike paths and hiking. Superb fishing. Lots of restos and outdoor terraces. Kayaking, lots of outdoor activities as well as all sorts of festivals. Deer all over the place. Go to " Cafe Inn Tremblant" for the best coffee and pastries. Pastries and fresh bread upstairs and freshly roasted coffee downstairs! over 7 years ago

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    Mont Tremblant is also a great camping provincial park, I'd suggest renting canoes and doing the two day Diab river decent. over 7 years ago

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