Mont Tremblant is a great place to bring the kids, year-round (with exception of April or immediatley after the end of the ski season when everything closes for repair. This includes the swimming pools). The skiing, canoeing, fishing and camping the region is so renowned for are inherently family-friendly, while the resort itself has gone out of its way to make even the youngest guest feel at home—and does its best to help parents have some fun of their own. 

Seven days a week during the ski season, both the novice and expert skiers in the family can enjoy Tremblant, with daily ski and snowboard lessons for those that need a little help getting down the technique. The mountain offers snow school classes for everyone: one program for children 3 to 12 and a separate one for those 13 and older. Those under 12 also receive discounted rates on equipment rental and lift tickets, and those 13-17 get a slight break on the lift tickets as well.  

Tremblant also makes sure that during the winter the young non-skiers in the family aren’t left out in the cold. From November to April, the resort’s Kid’s Club provides safe, friendly  day care for children aged 1 to 6. The service can be pricy (nearly $80 for a full day, with lunch provided), but it can be a lifesaver for parents who just want to hit the slopes for a few hours while their kids are in good hands.

During the summer, the Delirium program under the big top offers a wide range of crafts and activities for kids and parents, and the Crazy Parade at Place Saint-Bernard provides entertainment for the older kids, with music, games and dancing beginning at 9 p.m. Thursday through Sunday.