Mont-Tremblant is a village and incorporated municipality in the Laurentian mountains of Quebec, Canada.
It is approximately 130 kilometers (81 mi) north-west of Montreal and is most famous for the Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort, which is 13 kilometres from the village proper.
The name Mont Tremblant is derived from local Algonquins who referred to it as the "trembling mountain".
In addition to the ski resort, Mont-Tremblant also has a race track called Circuit Mont-Tremblant that once hosted Formula One, Can-Am, Trans-Am, and Champ Car World Series competitions.
The surrounding area is very popular for hiking, cycling, canoeing, golfing, and a host of other outdoor activities.