A trip to the village of Mont-Tremblant in summer reveals a very different character of the town in the Laurentian mountains of Quebec.
Of course. The fact is Mont-Tremblant is famous as a ski resort, which means that when snow covers the area in winter, the greenery is transformed into a vast whiteness.
Driving from Toronto was quite a tiring experience; it took a whole day, or approximately seven to eight hours, including meal stops and gas-ups, to negotiate the distance of about 700 kilometres.
But once in Mont-Tremblant, there's an instant feel of relief and relaxation. The greeneries quickly re-energize the body and freshen the mind.