Farouche Tremblant Cabins
Situated on a 100-acre site on the banks of the Diable River, the Farouche Tremblant Cabins is a quiet refuge in the Quebec wilderness. The camp sits just Mont-Tremblant National Park, offering guests access to the area's rivers, lakes, and forests. Guests can retreat to one of four a-frame cabins, each with its own king bed that allows visitors to wake up to views of the vast landscape. Units are stocked with firewood and chairs to enjoy the outdoor patio, while napsacks and snowshoes are included for exploring the outdoors. To relax and recharge, each stay comes with unlimited access to the red cedar Nordic overlooking the treetops and mountains beyond.
Photos: Raphaël Thibodeau / Farouche Tremblant Cabins