Ski in Ski out, Spa & Mountain View - Mont-Tremblant area

For up to 15 People


About the Accommodation

In summary...

This prestigious chalet in the Mont-Tremblant region continues to charm its visitors. Our residence is suitable for both visitors looking for a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and those looking for adventure. The chalet is located directly on the Mont Blanc ski slopes. Access is from the backyard. Visitors have access to Lac Carré beach located 5 minutes from the chalet. 

Description

At 5 minutes from the village of Saint-Jovite and 15 minutes from the tourist village of Mont Tremblant, Chalet Le Blanc allows travelers to experience the diversity and interaction offered by this favorite region.

Our residence can accommodate up to 15 occupants. Its 5 bedrooms with its office space for teleworking, its 2 full bathrooms, its living room open to the kitchen and the dining room, its large family room which contains a pool table and a play area for children. children and all the conveniences offered make it the ideal choice for gatherings with family and friends.

The neighborhood

The unique character of the region and the countless activities near the chalet fascinate all kinds of travelers and vacationers. Epicureans will be satiated by their gourmet experience, nature lovers will be captivated by the natural beauty of large green spaces and sports enthusiasts, even the most extreme, will have their dose of thrills.

Nearby:

Grocery store, pharmacy, bank, SAQ, medical clinic, gas station, shops, restaurants, bars, ski resorts, public beaches, and much more!

CITQ # 299542

Address: 103, rue des Quatre-Saisons, J0T 1J2 Saint-Faustin Lac Carré, Mont-Tremblant, Canada

Size: 5 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 Child bed, 3 Queen size beds, 2 King size beds, 2 Sofa beds

More pricing information:

Base pricing is for 4 people. An additional cost of $75/person per night is added from the 5th guest.

Prices vary according to the day of the week and according to the period of stay.

Taxes and cleaning fees are added.

Amenities

  • Towels and bed sheets
  • TV
  • Air conditioning
  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet
  • Jacuzzi
  • Dryer
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Terrace
  • Hangers
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Cookware
  • Coffee machine
  • Kettle
  • Dining Table
  • Smart TV
  • Toilet paper and soap
  • Cable TV
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Hair dryer
  • Washing machine
  • Free Parking on premises
  • Balcony
  • Shampoo
  • Iron
  • High chair
  • Workplace
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher

Notes

Animals are strictly prohibited. In case of default to this rule, we will ask you to leave the premises immediately. Please respect this instruction.

Parties are prohibited. We will not tolerate any nuisance caused by noise that disturbs the neighborhood. Severe fines will be imposed for failure to comply with this rule.

Neighbourhood

Activities - Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré/ Lake Superior/ Mont-Tremblant

Lac Carré

  • Beach Public beach with surveillance on Lac Carré, in the heart of the village of Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré.
  • Address: Rue de la plage Open: From the end of June until Labor Day, 7 days a week.
  • On-site services: Sandbox, swimming area delimited by buoys, public toilets, free parking, landing stage (launch ramp) for boat or non-motorized craft.
  • Information: 819 688-2161, ext. 258 or loisirsculture@sflc.ca

Cycling Track Le P'tit Train du Nord

  • 200 km cycle path linking Saint-Jérôme to Mont-Laurier.
  • Partially paved (from the Ecotourism Park to Mont-Tremblant) and rock dust south of the Ecotourism Park. Ideal for cycling and hiking in summer and cross-country skiing in winter.
  • Access: Access to the territory of Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré: Ecotourism Park (fish farming) and Station https://ptittraindunord.com/Hiking

The green footbridge, which connects rue Principale to rue de la Pisciculture.

This new municipal park offers a pedestrian link that crosses a magnificent natural environment in the heart of Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré. The Municipality is proud to promote this unique natural site and invites the population to discover this ideal space for a beautiful family hike.

  • Address: The entrance is on rue de la Vallée, about 50 m from the intersection with rue de la Pisciculture.
  • See the trail map here.

Panoramic View of St-Faustin: Close to the chalet!

  • The view from the top of Mont Blanc is spectacular. It offers a panorama of the entire valley of Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré and Mont-Tremblant, with its lakes, valleys and forests. A unique point of view in the Laurentians, to discover absolutely!
  • Accessible access from the chalet via the backyard (if you have booked our ski in/out on the mountain.
  • Accessible via the Mont Blanc parking lot.

Laurentians Eco Park

  • Parc Éco Laurentides is a natural territory of 1770 hectares in the heart of the Laurentian forest. It puts natural attractions and wildlife within easy reach thanks to its network of hiking trails and an impressive network of elevated walkways above the shores of the lake.
  • Also available on site: canoe-camping, fishing, kayaking, camping and rental of perched shelters.
  • 5000 Caribou Lake Road http://www.ctel.ca/

Golf

Royal Laurentien 2237, chemin du Lac-Nantel Sud https://royallaurentien.com/

Cultural activities

  • Maison des Arts Saint-Faustin 1171, Rue de la Pisciculture http://maisondesartssaint-faustin.ca/
  • Festi-Bière Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré Organized by the Municipality, the Festi-Bière Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré is held the last weekend of June. This festival for lovers of beer, music and flavors takes place at the Parc de la gare, in a pretty rural setting. A dozen microbreweries gathered under the big tent, Several food kiosks and food trucks, Conferences and workshops on beer and BBQ cooking, Family entertainment and pleasures for young and old 420, rue de la Gare (in Station Park) https://sflc.ca/festibiere/
  • Chocostyle chocolate factory. A chocolate expert leads each visit on a journey through the company's facilities. Learn about Canadian chocolate, our business and the features of our tourist facilities. Attendees will go behind the scenes to see our production and packaging area. After the visit, enjoy a chocolate tasting! 2481 Route 117 https://fr.chocostyle.ca/about

Markets, restaurants, bistros...

  • Marché Tradition grocery store with SAQ agency 1871 Rue Principale (819) 688-2167
  • The showcase: gourmet boxes and take-out meals 2011 Rue Principale (819) 713-0208 https://la-vitrine.ca/
  • Pizzeria du Coin: 2391 Main Street (819) 688-2828
  • Café Bistro la Stazione 1830 rue Principale 819.688.5817 https://verodaneau.wixsite.com/la-stazione
  • Gourmet Sauvage: gourmet store that has promoted boreal gastronomy for more than 25 years through the collection of wild plants and mushrooms from the forest. There are more than a hundred wild products picked responsibly in Quebec, and it helps educate the public through workshops in the forest. 737 Fish Farm Street (819) 688-1117 https://gourmetsauvage.ca/

Nearby winter activities

  • Mont Blanc Ski Center 1006, Route 117 https://www.skimontblanc.com/
  • Raquette Mont Blanc has cataloged and mapped more than 11 kilometers of snowshoe trails in the forest around the mountain. Each of the 8 trails is FREE for explorers and is a unique winter adventure. The trails are great for all ages and skill levels. Some trails are short distances either half a kilometer or another up the mountainside of 3 km. Map of snowshoe trails available on site. Rental available. Access: From the Mont Blanc parking lot, Versant Nord, next to Le Refuge chalet.
  • Cross-country skiing and fat bike trail: From kilometer 70 to kilometer 78 of the P’tit train du nord, are: classic cross-country skiing and skating, oversized bike (fatbike), snowshoeing and walking. This is a new outdoor offer, since in recent years this section was closed during the winter period. The trail will be open during the period when there is sufficient snow cover. Young and old are invited to take ownership of this new trail, access to which is free.

Mont-Tremblant activities: https://www.tremblant.ca/fr/quoi-faire

  • Pedestrian village: Many restaurants, activities and shopping to discover!
  • Tonga Lumina: Open from June 18 to October 16, 2021 Tonga Lumina is a sensory experience in the forest by Moment Factory. This 1.5 km night walk takes place entirely in nature, on an illuminated path made of rock dust. https://www.tongalumina.ca/
  • Ziptreck Écotours Open from May 22 to October 11, 2021. Embark on an original aerial adventure with confidence that combines speed and wonder, while offering spectacular views of the Laurentians. This activity starts directly in the pedestrian village at the base of the mountain https://tremblant.ziptrek.com/
  • Panoramic gondola from May 21 to October 17, 2021 Admire the view from the highest peak in the Laurentians https://www.tremblant.ca/fr/quoi-faire/activites/telecabine-panoramique
  • Mountain hikes. Discover the highest peak in the Laurentians on 11 hiking trails for all levels, from 1 km to 11 km https://www.mont-tremblant.ca/fr/quoi-faire/ete/randonnee-pedestre Via Ferreta: Parc Mont-Tremblant National Park, 3824 Lake Superior Road https://www.sepaq.com/pq/mot/index.dot?language_id=2

Lake and water activities

Golf

  • Le Diable
  • La Bête
  • Le Géant

https://www.mont-tremblant.ca/fr/quoi-faire/ete/golf

bike

Spa

Cruise

Events and festivals: https://www.tremblant.ca/fr/quoi-faire/evenements

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