If you’ve never been to Tremblant in Québec, this summer could be the time! The popular destination is “going all in” for summer 2024, with fun new outdoor activities and events – including a new summer tubing experience!

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While Tremblant is a must for people for winter activities such as skiing and snowboarding, during the summer it shifts “into action mode at the heart of the pedestrian village.”

New this summer at Tremblant is Summer Tubing.

The synthetic summer ski trail takes fun to the next level: with one side for skiing, and the other for tubing.

Guests can choose from two sliding corridors then get ready to head down the slopes with family or friends on the inner tubes supplied on-site!

until June 20, guests can take advantage of a discount on Multiactivity Packages that offer 16 onsite activities to pick from.

Here’s what else is on deck for summer 2024.




  • August 2nd: Indie rock band Galaxie
  • August 3rd: Montreal rapper Loud
  • August 4th: Tone Call
  • August 9th & 10th: The Folk Weekend featuring Jason Bajada, and the Barr Brothers.
  • August 23rd-25th: A new event: Tremblant Salsa
  • August 31st-September 2nd: La Fête de la Musique celebrates the end of summer with classical and world music with art director Angèle Dubeau. 

Hungry? This summer will also feature the upcoming launch of restaurant Léo boire + manger on Promenade Deslauriers, inside the Westin Tremblant Hotel.

Led by Oliver & Bonacini Hospitality corporate executive chef Anthony Walsh, and Montreal’s Bar George executive chef Kevin Ramasawmy, this restaurant will feature breakfast, lunch and dinner, in an “upscale and trendy atmosphere.”

Whew! If you were trying to think of an idea for a summer trip, I’m sure your mind is made up now.

Tremblant – we’re coming for you and we can’t wait to do some summer tubing!