The dynasty that inspired our region

Yvan Taché was born in Saint-Jovite – now downtown Mont-Tremblant – in 1925 and made his first turns on the snow at Gray Rocks. My father, also from Saint-Jovite, accompanied…

Read More

Ski clubs: a tradition for close to 100 years – Part 2

When Joe Ryan died in 1950, his wife Mary Ryan registered her own ski club. Because the competitions were being held on Mont Tremblant and the resort had access to…

Read More

Ski clubs: a tradition for close to 100 years

The Laurentians, and more specifically the municipality of Mont-Tremblant, has had the benefit – for almost a century – of an organizational structure designed to prepare competitive alpine skiers. Even…

Read More

The Saint-Louis family

The ancestor of the Saint-Louis family, so well known in our region, was born in Sorel. After completing his classical studies in the 1850s, Albert – for that was his…

Read More

Gaston Gervais: he did it his way (second instalment)

After sharing with my father his discovery of a series of small lakes located not far from the Rouge River, Gaston and Charlie (my father) put together a group of…

Read More

The Cuttle’s Tremblant Club

Cuttle. It’s a name which, for more than 30 years, was synonymous with a warm welcome, excellent food, and evenings filled with good humour. Cuttle’s Tremblant Club was owned by…

Read More

The forgotten: Joachin Chartrand

Born August 18, 1893, Joachin Chartrand, a carter by trade, became an employee of Mont Tremblant Resort in 1947. He was immediately assigned the North Side, where he lived until…

Read More

Page 1 of 1

Login

Welcome! Login in to your account

Remember me Lost your password?

Lost Password