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Mont Blanc Ski Resort

  • Nearest town: Saint Agathe
  • Resort Altitude (metres): 300m
  • Ski Season: November - April
  • Mountain Range: Laurentian Mountains
  • Number of Lifts: 8
  • Highest Lift (metres): 1000m
  • Lowest Lift (metres): 300m
  • Number of Slopes: 36
  • Snowboarding: yes: 1 snowpark and 1 halfpipe as well as a permanent rail slide and plenty of jumps
  • Cross Country (km): 5km

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General information

If you feel like getting away from all the skiing, visit the small town of Saint Agathe which is situated close to Mont Blanc. The town has wonderful little houses and a friendly atmosphere. Mont Tremblant Village is about a 15 minute drive from the resort and is a picturesque country village with lots of local colour, another lovely village is Saint Jovite that has a bustling main street lined with restaurants, speciality shops and country boutiques. For a bit of pampering head to Le Scandinave, a wonderful day spa that is only a 5 minute drive from the resort.

  • Languages: English French 53 Native languages
  • Temperatures: from -10°C to -3°C
  • Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
  • Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies 911
  • Population: 5700
  • Religion: 45% Catholic 36% Protestant
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Apres-ski

For after snow relaxation, Mont Blanc has a great spa complex with hot tub, sauna, massages and an indoor heated pool. For the kids there is Jungle Magique, the largest indoor playroom in the Laurentains that has a Tarzan swing, tunnels, maze, slides and much more to keep them entertained. For a great meal, head to Le Chamonix which is the resorts elegant dinning room that serves a delicious buffet and an unbelievable dessert bar. The base of Mont Tremblant also has a number of fine restaurants, bars and clubs.

Overview

The Mont Blanc Resort streches over 3 mountains and is famous for having the second highest vertical in the Laurentian mountain range at 983 vertical feet. The resort is a snowboarding and skiing wonderland for every skill level, from begginers at the fantastic ski school, to double diamond experts. Mont Blanc is situated in the Mont Tremblant Region which has lovely quaint towns, French culture and crisp mountain air. The resort has a first class hotel and sports complex as well as great apres ski relaxation with a fitness centre and a range of spa activities.

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