3 months later and I’m still reliving the beauty and charm of Canada. Our family took a small trip to Canada towards the end of this past summer to visit some family friends, and Canada has just been such a nice place to explore with all of its green nature, welcoming people, city life, and mesmerizing scenery. Our first couple of days were well spent in Ottawa, Ontario with some family friends, and one of our first stops was this ski resort named Mont Tremblant tucked away in a quaint little village in Québec. Though our visit was very much greeted by chilly and rainy weather that was almost a little too cold to bear for us Southern Californians, we were rewarded with lush green forest views.
An overview of the Mont Tremblant ski resort tucked away within the Laurentian Mountains of Québec, Canada. That little pathway is a racetrack for a luge, which is a lot like a sled with wheels, and you just get to race down a track that winds from the top of the mountain to the very bottom.
Since Québec is Canada’s largest French-speaking province, we were greeted by a lot of French throughout all of the stands that were set up at the entrance of the resort.
Such a cute little village to just take a nice stroll through.
European styled building to capture the true French Canadian side.
Maple taffy! Hot, thick maple syrup that’s poured onto a bed of ice, that freezes in a couple of minutes, which you can then roll around a popsicle stick and suck on like a lollipop.
Beautiful fall foliage surrounding all sides of the mountain on our gondola ride up to the top of the mountain.
Visiting this part of Québec was such a pleasant experience and I can only imagine how beautiful this place would be in the winter time, complete with fresh snow, beautiful trees and a cozy little village to drink some warm hot chocolate at. Maybe I’ll be back one day to snowboard in Canada! Au revoir for now! ♥