For years, the only choice for flying into Mont Tremblant was to come in through Montreal, about 90 miles south of the resort, and find your way to the mountain on your own. Montreal is still a good and popular option—the Montreal-Trudeau International Airport is Canada’s third busiest airport and, as it is served by virtually every major air carrier and is the headquarters of Air Canada, is accessible from everywhere. To get to Mont Tremblant, you can rent a car (the full range of rental agencies are present at the terminal) or—as many visitors find a car unnecessary once arriving at the largely self-contained resort—grab a direct shuttle. For the past decade, Skyport’s Mont Tremblant Express has brought passengers back and forth between Trudeau and the mountain, with round-trip fare running just under $100 per person. Unfortunately, the shuttle currently only operates from December to April, running three times daily Monday through Thursday and four times daily Friday through Sunday.You can also hire a limousine company in advance for you arrival at the airport; Groupe Classique Limousine are the official limousine provider for Intrawest.

A closer option that has become available to select travelers in recent years has been flying directly into Mont Tremblant International Airport , about 30 minutes outside of the resort. Currently, service into the airport is limited—flights depart on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays from Toronto and on Thursdays and Sundays from New York—but if you’re lucky enough to get a flight, it’s a far more convenient way to travel.

However if you require a private transfer from Montreal to Mont tremblant you can send a quote to Montreal Tourguide