Tremblant is a dream destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Year-round, nature lovers and adrenaline junkies get their thrills pursuing any number of outdoor activities at this premier destination in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec. Still, even the most hardcore tree-huggers, must occasionally retreat indoors. Thankfully, there are a number of indoor activities in Tremblant to please every member of your family.
Aquaclub La Source (Currently Closed for Renovations)
No matter what time of year you visit Tremblant don’t forget your swimsuit! Located in the heart of the Pedestrian Village, the Aquaclub La Source is the perfect place to tip your toes any time of year. In the winter, guests unwind in the hot tub after a day on the hill or swing from a rope over the indoor pool. In the summer months, an outdoor pool is the perfect place to cool off.
Finally, if on the off chance you haven’t burned enough calories outdoors, there is a indoor fitness facility in case you want to burn off that extra Beavertail you had. Hey, this is a judgement-free zone.
The TBar is found at the top of the Pedestrian Village and is the perfect place to let your inner fashion designer let loose. Visitors can choose from a variety of t-shirts, sweats and even baby onesies to leave with the perfect souvenir.
The TBar caters to the super artistic in your group and the kinda lazy. My daughters chose to painstakingly paint a elaborate floral design shirt. I decided picking out a screen design and having the staff at TBar put it on was enough effort for me. Either way, we all left winners.
In the summer, visitors can create their masterpiece outside on the terrasse and in the winter, the TBar is a great place to shake off the chill.
Le Studio Créatif
Unleashing the artist in you is super easy in Tremblant. At Le Studio Créatif visitors can choose from a wide array of ceramic pieces from whimsical to practical, then paint it to suit their tastes.
If you haven’t tried an escape room type game yet, then trust me when I say, you’re not as smart as you think you are. So after you’ve worked your muscles outdoors, head to Mission Liberté to flex your mental muscles.
Guests can choose from five challenges rated for difficulty on a scale of 1 to 10. We chose the Explosion Challenge at a difficulty rating of 7.5. Bottom line? We were virtually responsible for 25,000 fans meeting their maker. Oopsie.
If you’re with kids, or you have someone like me with you, be sure to opt for a lower difficulty level to avoid frustration. Take a few minutes to read the description of each challenge here.
No matter how you fare playing the game, Mission Liberté is great fun with your travel group.
If you are scoffing at shopping as an indoor activity, then we probably can’t be friends. I love the shops that line the promenade through the village and have spent many, many hours and dollars picking up some great finds.
If you have a kid, you probably tuck them in with five bazillion stuffies nightly. Be prepared to add one more.
Univers Toutou lets your youngins’ make their own plush toy from scratch. At the very least you’ll keep your kids amused for a while, and if you’re really lucky, they’ll leave with a lifetime friend.
It could be just me, but there is something incredibly gratifying about taking your kids down in a game of laser tag. I make zero apologies for my competitive nature. Get your game on at Mission Laser.
If you’ve worked up an appetite be sure to check out the best dining options in Tremblant from budget to gourmet!