Tremblant is safe for the summer
Mont Tremblant, Québec - 29 June 2020 - Tremblant has relaunched a number of activities and services over the past few weeks following the implementation of public health measures, and is now open for the summer, ready to greet its visitors for a resort vacation where nature, the great outdoors and wide open spaces all converge.
Numerous Activities including the Panoramic Gondola, Beach, Lugeing and Tonga Lumina
Access to the panoramic gondola on June 27, to the beaches on June 28, to the Luge run on July 4, and to the Tonga Lumina illuminated night walk on July 17 are sure to enhance the list of activities already offered on-mountain, as well as in and around the pedestrian village ‒ such as hiking, golf, mini-putt, tennis or bicycle and boat rentals.
A Friendly, Welcoming Pedestrian Village
To complete the current vacation rental offer, all hotels will be opening their doors starting June 26, with the exception of Fairmont Tremblant that will be welcoming guests as of July 1. They will be offering flexible discounts of up to 30% off depending on the time of booking, with the Bring on the Great Outdoors Offer. During their stay at the resort, vacationers will enjoy choosing from an array of boutiques and activities, as well as restaurants proposing take out or sit down fare, both indoors and outdoors. Many merchant patios will also be reconfigured in the coming weeks to fully savour the summer months while respecting physical distancing measures.
Public Health Protocols that Meet All Regulatory Requirements
Because employee and guest wellness is at the heart of the destination's preoccupations, the activities and businesses currently open are complying with all Public Health requirements. As everyone's cooperation is essential to a responsible and sustainable summer season relaunch at Tremblant, public health measures have carefully been developed to regroup a set of procedures to follow before and during a stay, including this video presentation of the Vacationers' Footpath.
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