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If you have a car that you can get dirty, and a spare afternoon, Parc Omega is under an hour away. It's like African Lion Safari, but with Canadian faunae.
The downhill go-karts (bobsleighs?) are fun for kids at heart, if a little expensive.
If anyone is into golf, there are several top notch courses (I don't know which ones, my parents play when we go down and love them)
Oh, and there are a few escape rooms. I hear the Olympics themed one is pretty good.
Edited to add: i also hiked most of the trails on the mountain. Very challenging and bring bug spray. Lots of little flying things that bite.
Close. They call it the luge. Agreed, fun for all ages.
The luge is definitely fun, for kids and adults. Also recommend taking the gondola up to the top for a great view. Depending on the hotel, they might give you passes for that. Also there's a fun mini-golf course in the center of the pedestrian village... you sort of have to walk beneath the 'cabriolet' (mini gondola) to get to it.
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The luge is fun, but the thing I remember most about Tremblant is the hike with a guide and hawk. The hawk landed on our hands multiple times, and it was just very, very interesting. There is also a bird of prey thing at the top of the mountain that is really cool.
There is a provincial park close to Tremblant with some nice day hikes and gorgeous scenery. The rock concert on Friday night in the village put on by the Ironman folks is also pretty cool.
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There is great hiking in Mont Tremblant National Park. Several short hikes and several longer, more difficult ones. We loved it.
The luge is a blast. My 72 year old dad did it and loved it.
So much shopping and eating in the area too. You really won't have a hard time finding things to do. I want to go back!
And you are correct! It is beautiful and a little scary at times. I just had to keep telling myself to trust the equipment. The via ferrata was highlight of my trip to MT.