• Unique Winter Activities in Ontario

    Dec 05, 2019

    It never hurts to try to make the most out of winter -- even if it’s not your favourite season. Timbercreek Communities has a list of fun and unique activities in Ontario that you should try this winter.

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    Niagara Helicopter Tour

    Have you dreamed of going on a helicopter ride? Well, in Niagara Falls you can do just that! Take a 20 minute ride to take in all the incredible natural beauty of the area from above. Observe the majestic falls, historic landmarks and vineyards. You can also take a private romantic tour or a honeymoon flight. Prices start at $225 per person with National Helicopter Inc.

    Arrowhead Skating Trail

    You won’t find a skating experience like this anywhere else! At Arrowhead Provincial Park, you can actually skate through a forest. And if that’s not fun enough, check out their Fire and Ice Nights which happen on select Saturdays throughout the winter. Tiki torches are placed along the 1.3km trail to light the way as you skate.

    Algonquin Dogsledding

    This winter, enjoy the snowy landscape like never before! About 3 hours north of Toronto, you can go dogsledding. It's a very unique experience. There are many trails in the area and quite a few service providers. With Algonquin Eco Lodge, you can have an interactive experience where you get to harness the dogs and learn how to issue commands. If you’ve never done it before, this is the winter to try!

    Snowkites at Rice Lake 

    Snowkiting is becoming more popular every year, and this is your chance to try it out. From January 18th 20th, 2020, you can check out the Kiteboarding Snowkite Weekend where you can take lessons and check out demos. Day passes are available for $20 and include access to all events and facilities. For more info, check out Kiteboarding Snowkite Weekend.

    Winter in Elora Gorge

    Who said ziplining was only a summer activity? Check out Elora Gorge this winter for some zip-lining and ice climbing fun! Just 90 minutes from Toronto, you can try this awesome activity without having to travel to Costa Rica or Mount Everest. You can ice climb, hack waterfalls and reach the top of a waterfall. How cool is that? To book your adventure, check out One Axe Pursuits.

    Beat the winter blues this year by trying at least one of these unique winter activities from Timbercreek

     

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  • Winter Festivals Across Canada

    Dec 02, 2019

    There are so many reasons to be excited about winter! Timbercreek Communities wants you to love every season, so we've rounded up these awesome winter festivals happening across Canada for you to discover.

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    Winter Festival of Lights

    Enjoy holiday lights like never before! Every year, Niagara Falls hosts its Winter Festival of Lights where an 8km route is transformed into a winter wonderland. From the world’s largest Canadian-American flag to Noah’s Ark and huge Canadian wildlife displays, this is a spectacle not to be missed! The festival is on from November 16th, 2019 to January 12th, 2020.

    Winterlude

    Celebrate winter at this unique festival in Ottawa. Winterlude celebrates Canada’s culture and climate with curling competitions, singalongs, sleigh rides, sledding, ice sculptures and other awesome winter activities. You can enjoy delicious comfort food, skate along the Rideau Canal or check out Jacques Cartier Park -- which becomes one giant winter playground. The festival is on from January 30th to February 17th, 2019.

    Montréal en Lumière

    One of the most highly-anticipated festivals in Quebec is Montréal en Lumière. This annual event celebrates winter and everything it has to offer. There will be a ton of winter outdoor activities, performances, gastronomy and incredible light installations. The festival is also known for its fine dining program which attracts renowned wine producers and chefs from all over. Dress warmly and don’t miss all the fun from February 20th to March 1st, 2020.

    Carnaval de Québec

    Plan a visit to Québec City and check out Carnaval de Québec which runs from February 7th to February 16th, 2020. Bring your family and enjoy outdoor concerts, games, snow and ice sculptures and eat all the Beaver Tails! You can also explore the historic part of the city or watch athletes brave the ice in canoe races! Just make sure to bundle up -- it’s going to be chilly!

    Ice on Whyte

    If you live in Edmonton, you won’t want to miss Ice on Whyte. This annual, family-friendly festival has everything to keep both you and your kids entertained! Take ice carving lessons or sample yummy food. Have a cocktail at the Ice Bar or check out the ice carving competition. Whether it’s a girlfriend getaway, a family trip or a solo visit, there’s something for everyone. Ice on Whyte runs from January 23rd to February 2nd, 2020.

    Timbercreek hopes you will make the most of the winter season at these 5 festivals happening across Canada! 

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  • Fall weekend getaways in Ontario

    Nov 01, 2019

    Before winter truly sets in, escape the city for a quick weekend getaway to enjoy the beautiful fall weather. Here are our top picks for amazing weekend getaways in Ontario.

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    Fall Foliage Tours by Rail 

    Take in Ontario's beautiful autumn colours by taking a scenic train ride. This is a great family-friendly activity that’s stress-free and relaxing for everyone. You can take a Via Rail train to Montreal or Ottawa and enjoy the captivating fall colours. You can also take the York- Durham Heritage Rail, which takes you through beautiful forests or Oakridges Moraine in a 1950’s train car!

    Prince Edward County or Niagara-on-the-lake

    For a fantastic weekend away, visit Niagara-on-Lake. You’ll love this area -- not only because of its wineries and restaurants, but also because of its scenic location and beautiful architecture. It’s only 1.5 hours from Toronto, making it the perfect day or weekend trip. If you’re looking for something different, with smaller crowds, consider Prince Edward County. The laid back vibe is what brings people here from all over. You can winery hop on a bicycle, eat an incredible meal right on the water at Drake Devonshire or enjoy a wood oven pizza at one of the area's many restaurants.

    Go Up North and Experience the Fall Colours 

    There’s no better place to relax and enjoy the fall than up North. Pamper yourself and stay at a nice resort where you can relax and enjoy the surrounding nature. There are many great resorts to stay at including Deerhurst Resort, which offers a special fall package that includes a day pass to Algonquin Park. You can go for a long (or short) hike or spend the day at the spa. Another good option is The Westin Trillium House Blue Mountain. This beautiful 4-star resort offers a ton of activities for the whole family, including a tour of the Apple Pie Trail, Georgian Hill vineyards and so much more!

    Go Glamping

    You can experience nature without the hassle. Go glamping! It’s what you get when you mix glamour and camping! Instead of sleeping in a sleeping bag, stay in a luxurious tent that comes equipped with a comfortable bed and washroom. This is the perfect solution for those who want to do something outdoorsy without sacrificing comfort. For a really great experience, check out Whispering Springs and Elements Luxury Tented Camp

    Timbercreek hopes you have fun planning your fall weekend getaways! To find your home with Timbercreek Communities, please visit our website.

  • Toronto Weekend Activities For Families

    Oct 15, 2019

    Looking for something new and fun to do as a family this October? There are plenty of options to choose from, no matter the season! Timbercreek Communities has a list of our favourite weekend activities. Give them a try this fall! 

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    Stay In A Family Resort

    Planning a weekend stay at a family resort is always a great idea. You don’t have to travel far, yet you come back home feeling like you had a proper vacation. Deerhurst Resort is the perfect little escape. It offers cozy accommodation and great food. They even have a special fall package, so be sure to take advantage of that. The resort is located near Algonquin Park, an amazing place to be to see the changing colours. You might also want to visit Severn Lodge, a lakeside resort in Muskoka. There are a ton of activities for the family to enjoy, including horseback riding, tennis and a games room!

    Bike ride to see the fall foliage 

    Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons and it’s no wonder why. The fall colours are a spectacular sight! Plan a visit to High Park or the Don River Trail for a wonderful day trip. High Park is big and it’s safe for kids to bike around. The Don River Trail is also very scenic with secluded areas. It has a few bridges to cross, so keep that in mind when you’re with your kids. You also can’t go wrong with the Toronto Islands. It’s a beautiful place to see the fall foliage and your kids can ride safely anywhere since there are no cars on the entire island!

    Apple picking

    If you’re looking to spend the day outdoors, apple picking is a great activity for the whole family. Check out Albion Orchards or Brooks Farms which are both about an hour away from Toronto. You can pick your own apples and see the pumpkin harvest. Brooks Farms also has a Fall Fun Festival which ends on October 27th. You can expect to see all kinds of animals, a pumpkin cannon show, a corn maze, a pirate ship and so much more!

    Visit a Farm

    What better way to spend your weekend than at a farm? You can enjoy the outdoors, shop for fresh, local produce and enjoy a delicious country lunch. Chudleigh’s Farm has many activities for you and the kids, including pony rides, wagon rides and hiking trails. The farm is open until October 31st, so hurry up and plan your visit!

     

    Have Fun With Science At the Ontario Science Center

    There’s always so much going on at the Ontario Science Center! Both you and your kids can enjoy hands-on experiences, and learn something new about science and technology. Check out one of the eight exhibit halls, live demonstrations or a movie in the IMAX theatre. You can also check out the calendar to see what’s on this month! The Ontario Science Center is open on Saturdays from 10 am to 7 pm and Sundays from 10 am to 5 pm.

     

    We hope you can plan the perfect family weekend with these great suggestions from Timbercreek

  • The Top Restaurants in Canada You Have To Try This Summer

    Aug 13, 2019

    There are plenty of great restaurants to check out no matter where you are in Canada. To help you dig in across the country, Timbercreek Communities has 5 top picks for you to try this summer.

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    Sand and Pearl Oyster Bar

    If you love oysters, you have to stop by Sand and Pearl Oyster Bar. Located in Picton, this roadside seafood restaurant will exceed your expectations in so many ways. From fresh oysters, lobster rolls and Fogo Island crab to beef burgers and farm-fresh vegetables, you’ll have one of the best meals of your life here! The laid-back vibe is the perfect place to hang out with friends, eat, enjoy live music and even enjoy yoga on the weekends. Plus, it’s located right next to Sandbanks Provincial Park!

    Aloette

    For a really unique experience, in a room decked out like a passenger train car, check out Aloette. Located in Toronto, this small gem on Spadina and Queen has a great atmosphere and delicious food. The restaurant seats only 38 people and doesn’t take reservations, so try to get there early in order to get a spot. You can find anything from cheeseburgers and beef tartar to lemon meringue pie and an apple pie sundae on the menu. Aloette is open every day for lunch and dinner.

    Mon Lapin

    If you like wine, you’re going to fall in love with Mon Lapin in Montreal. This small and bright space offers organic and biodynamic wine, as well as delicious and local food. Not only is the food flavourful but the presentation is fantastic. Located in Little Italy, Mon Lapin is a hotspot at the moment. They don’t take reservations, so make sure to get there early since it fills up fast. They are open Tuesday through Saturday for dinner.

    Avenue

    For a place with great ambiance, good service and mouth-watering food, don’t miss Avenue. Located in Regina, this spot is perfect for a special occasion or an everyday dinner. The restaurant space is quite beautiful, with industrial, art deco and rustic elements. When it comes to food, you can expect dishes like tacos, perogies, pastas, burgers and pretty much anything else your heart desires. They serve full-size meals as well as small plates and shareables.

    Bündok

    Look out for this hidden gem in downtown Edmonton. Bundock has a concise but fantastic menu which changes seasonally. Two items worth mentioning include their decadent deep fried chicken skins and indulgent beef tartar. They also have a great selection of wine, sourced from Canada and France, and are known for their exemplary service. If you’re looking for a great spot in Edmonton, this is it!

    Timbercreek hopes you enjoyed discovering a few new-to-you restaurants across Canada. We hope you have the chance to check one, or all, of them out in your city! To find your home with Timbercreek Communities, please visit our website.

  • Top Five Bike Trails Across Canada

    May 21, 2019

    Biking is a great low-impact way to exercise and enjoy the great outdoors. Whether you’re up for a leisurely bike ride or something more intense, there are numerous trails to explore in Canada. Timbercreek Communities has a list of the top 5 biking trails across Canada.

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    Toronto Waterfront Trail

    For a nice leisurely ride, the Toronto Waterfront Trail is amazing. The trail is mostly asphalt and it extends from Etobicoke all the way to Scarborough. If you’re feeling energetic, you can bike from one end to the other. The great thing about this trail is that it’s adjacent to the lake pretty much the entire time, making it one of the most scenic rides in the country. You can find parking along the way, too, which is nice if you are driving to the trail. And if you don’t own a bike, you can use Bixi, a bike share service with pick-up/drop-off points along the trail.

    Edmonton River Valley

    The River Valley is the largest urban park in Canada. It features numerous bike trails and is a beautiful place to be in the summer. It boasts gorgeous views of the North Saskatchewan River. The River Valley has over 150 km of trails scattered throughout the city, so don’t worry about getting bored! You can cycle on the paved roads or go off the beaten path if you’re looking for something more challenging.

    Saskatchewan's Battleford Trails

    If you’re a beginner or intermediate cyclist, the Saskatchewan Battleford Trails are for you! With over 40 km of grassy and paved trails, you can spend your entire summer here. Don’t forget to check out Finlayson Island, located between Battleford and North Battleford. Here you’ll find a variety of flora and fauna and a beautiful place to take a break.

    Corridor de la Rivière-Saint-Charles

    Enjoy gorgeous views of the Saint-Charles River as you bike along this beautiful path. Located in Quebec city, the trail extends from the Scott Bridge to the Samson Bridge and is about 9 km long. When you’re in need of a break, there are a few places to stop along the way including Cartier-Brébeuf Park and Victoria Park, as well as a few historical sites.

    Duck Mountain Provincial Park

    This stunning park is a wilderness lovers’ paradise. Duck Mountain Provincial Park is located approximately 450 km from Winnipeg near the Saskatchewan border. The park has well-groomed trails with some beautiful views and areas to take a break by the lake. It’s also good for kids as most of the trail is easy-to-moderate difficulty.

    Timbercreek Communities wants you to enjoy the great outdoors this summer by exploring one of these amazing Canadian bike trails. To find your home with Timbercreek Communities, please visit our website.

  • Activities to Take Your Mom To This Mother’s Day

    May 07, 2019

    Mother’s day is just around the corner, so don’t wait to make last-minute plans. Timbercreek Communities has you covered with 5 great activity ideas for an unforgettable Mother’s Day.

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    Yoga

    Try something a little different this year for Mother’s day and take your mom to a yoga class. It’s a great way to bond and nurture your mind, body and soul. You can also try puppy yoga, which is a 1-hour yoga class with puppies running around. The Hive is a company that organizes classes in a few Canadian cities, so be sure to check out their site to find a puppy yoga class near you!

    Wine Tasting

    If your mom enjoys a glass of red after a long day, treat her to brunch and a wine tasting for Mother’s Day. This is a really fun way to spend time with your mom and celebrate this special holiday. There are many wineries to choose from in Niagara On the Lake, Prince Edward County or in Quebec. Most places will serve a full menu, or at least appetizers. If you don’t want to venture out too far, you can also try The Wine Shop and Tasting Room. You’ll get pretty close to a winery experience without having to drive out to one.

    Family Bike Ride

    Head out for a bike ride with the whole family this year. This is a great activity that everyone can participate in and it’s a fantastic way to get some exercise and enjoy the beautiful spring weather. There are many great hiking trails to choose from, so you have plenty of options. Check out the Martin Goodman Trail or the Toronto Islands for a beautiful ride along the water, Taylor Creek for a wooded trail and the Humber Valley Heritage Trail for a scenic ride through forests and meadows.

    Sip and Paint/Plant Night

    Another unique Mother’s Day experience is a Sip and Paint Night. It’s a super fun and creative evening where you can enjoy a glass of wine while creating your very own masterpiece. You’ll learn a little about painting and mixing colours, but mostly it’s about having fun and exploring your creative side. Check out Paintlounge or Art Tonite for some upcoming events. And if painting is not your thing, you can try something similar where you get to create a tabletop planter while sipping on your favourite glass of wine. To find paint and plant events near your, check out Yaymaker.

    Botanical garden

    If you’re looking for a relaxing and peaceful activity for you and your mother to enjoy, think about visiting a botanical garden. You can spend a couple of hours exploring the local and exotic plants and flowers, strolling through the garden and even learn something new! Allan Gardens and Edward Gardens are great options to check out in Toronto. Visiting a botanical garden is a great opportunity to get a closer look at a variety of plants that you might have only ever seen on TV, and the best part is that admission is usually free!

    Forget about buying gifts this year and focus on making memories with these unique Mother's Day experiences. Timbercreek Communities hopes that these suggestions help you plan the best Mother’s Day!

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  • Weekend Getaways From Toronto

    Apr 11, 2019

    Sooner or later, we all need a break from our busy lives, and weekend getaways are the perfect mini vacations that allow you to recharge your batteries. To help you plan the perfect getaway, Timbercreek Communities has some ideas for fun weekend trips from Toronto.

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    Wine Weekend

    Plan a weekend trip to Niagara on the Lake or Prince Edward County. These areas are known for great Ontario wines, beautiful wineries and charm. Niagara on the Lake is a 1.5-hour drive from Toronto, making it ideal for a weekend getaway or even a day trip. Spend some time exploring the Heritage District, where you’ll find all kinds of shops, restaurants and cafes. Next, visit some wineries (there are many to choose from), do wine tastings and even grab a bite to eat. To find a winery best suited to your taste, download the Niagara On the Lake Winery Map. Keep an eye out for upcoming events like the Shaw Festival and Sip and Sizzle.

    Prince Edward County is a bit further away from Toronto (about 2.5 hours by car) but it’s worth the drive. Choose between Wellington, Bloomfield or Picton when looking for accomodation. To choose, decide which wineries you’d like to visit in the area. Even though they are all pretty close to each other, Bloomfield is the most central. A great way to spend your weekend in Prince Edward County is to rent a bicycle and hop from one winery to the next. To plan your wine tour, check out the PEC Wineries Map.

    Camping and Glamping

    When planning your weekend getaway, consider camping in an Ontario Park. It’s a great way to recharge and reconnect with nature. There are many campsites available, but if you want to reserve a popular site be sure to book early. If you’re not much of a camper, but still enjoy the wilderness, glamping (luxury camping), might be your thing. Check out the Ontario Parks website for yurts (roofed accommodation) or book a fancy tent at Whispering Springs for an incredible glamping experience.

    Spa getaway

    There’s no better way to relax and alleviate stress then to visit a spa. Just 2 hours away from the city is the popular Scandinave Spa, which is surrounded by nature and is known for its specialty treatments and outdoor hot and cold baths. Another great option is St.Anne’s Spa, located 1.5 hours from Toronto. It's known for its traditional spa treatments and excellent service ans it’s one of the best spas in Ontario. In case you’re looking for something closer to the city, The Millcroft Inn and Spa is only 1 hour away. You can visit any time of the year, but if you want to enjoy the lush, picturesque surroundings then summertime is best.

    Winter Resorts

    Escaping to a winter resort is the perfect way to unwind in the colder months. It doesn’t have to be all about winter sports either. At Deerhurst Resort, you can enjoy spa facilities, gourmet food and a cozy atmosphere. Located 2 hours away from Toronto, the Deerhurst Resort is also close to Arrowhead Provincial Park -- a great spot for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and skating in the forest! There’s also Blue Mountain Resort, which is a safe bet if you’re looking for some good skiing and snowboarding. In addition to fun winter sports, Blue Mountain Village has a lot to offer -- from bars and restaurants, to the famous Scandinave Spa.

    Don’t delay your winter weekend getaway plans! Timbercreek Communities hopes these getaway ideas have inspired you to start planning a relaxing weekend away.

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  • March Break In Calgary

    Mar 04, 2019

    March Break is just around the corner and there’s so much to do in town! Plan a staycation with your family and check out all the amazing things that Calgary has to offer this month. Timbercreek Communities wants to share the best things to do in Calgary over March Break.

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    Telus Spark Science Centre

    There’s always something fascinating to discover at the science centre! From now until June 9th, you can check out Circus! and learn more about the science behind it. Get ready for elastic acrobats, juggling, sword swallowers and interactive exhibitions. Visit the Dome Theatre and discover everything about the universe through a movie or live planetarium show. Whatever you end up seeing, you won’t be disappointed. Grab your tickets at Telus Spark -- they're a steal at just $26 for adults and $19 for kids.

    The Hanger Flight Museum

    This museum is the perfect place to learn everything about flying and airplanes. The Hanger Flight Museum, formerly known as the Aero Space Museum of Calgary, holds 20 aircrafts, as well as uniforms, exhibits and stories from people who designed and flew the aircrafts. There are some historically important aircrafts here that will fascinate both adults and kids -- so there’s something for everyone to enjoy here. Tickets are just $15 for adults and $8 for kids.

    The Calgary Zoo

    The Calgary Zoo is always a great place to visit with your family. This March Break, check out the Penguin Walk, which happens daily at 11 am, and allows visitors to observe king penguins as they waddle through the zoo. You can also take the opportunity to see giant pandas and learn more about these incredible animals -- all while you eat breakfast! Plus, don’t miss a very unique Safari brunch event, which happens every Sunday, in the heart of Destination Africa. If these activities are of no interest to you, spend your time exploring six acres of botanical gardens, a prehistoric park and 1000 creatures.

    Bow Habitat Station

    The Bow Habitat Station is another great option for a fun family adventure day. Get ready to learn all about Alberta’s fish, wildlife and the importance of water in our world by visiting the Discovery Centre. Check out the Interpretive Wetlands and wander around the natural trails. The Bow Habitat Station is open Monday to Saturday, from 10 am to 4 pm. Admission is just $10 for adults and $6 for kids.

    Calgary Police Interpretive Centre

    If you’re looking for something fun and free, Calgary’s Police Museum is the place to go. Explore 50 exhibits, true-crime displays and learn all about what it takes to keep a city like Calgary safe. Don’t miss the Forensic Lab, where you can learn all  about identifying fingerprints and blood spatter analysis, and also put your crime-solving skills to the test. The Calgary Police Museum is a great place for both kids and adults!

    If fun is what you’re after this March Break, Timbercreek hopes this post helps you find a few exciting places to visit in Calgary.

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  • The best places to ski and snowboard in Canada

    Feb 14, 2019

    While some may dread the long Canadian winter, many of us have learned to embrace the snowy season as the best time of year. If you’ve been waiting to get out and carve up some fresh powder, Timbercreek Communities wants to help point you in the right direction. Here are some of the best places to snowboard and ski in Canada.

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    Nakiska Ski Resort, Kananaskis

    Nakiska Ski Resort in Kananaskis is only an hour from Calgary, so it’s perfect for quick day trips. The resort features Olympic grade runs. In fact, it was built for the 1988 Calgary Olympic Games. Nakiska features some of the best snowboarding conditions anywhere, thanks to mother nature and some of the best snow-making equipment anywhere. A trip to Nakiska should be on the bucket list of every Calgary snowboarder.

    Banff Norquay Resort

    Banff Norquay is located close to the Trans-Canada highway, about 90 minutes from downtown Calgary -- so it’s very easy to get to. Prices can be a little high, but so are the peaks, and you get what you pay for. Watch for “Toonie Days” discount days. They are usually held once a month, on a Tuesday. You can carve the runs all day long for just $2 with all proceeds going to charity. Additional donations are accepted and benefit Bow Valley and Calgary area charities. 

    Blue Mountain Resort

    Blue Mountain in Collingwood is the third most popular ski resort in the county, right behind Whistler Blackcomb and Mont Tremblant. There are 42 total runs, 16 chairlifts, and 3 freestyle terrains. Whether you’re an absolute beginner or a double black diamond demon, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Best of all, it's only 90 minutes or so from Toronto.

    Mont Tremblant

    Mont Tremblant is a world-class ski and snowboard resort about an hour north of Montréal in the Laurentians. The conditions and runs at Mont Tremblant are among the best in the province and the apres ski life at Tremblant is extraordinary. The Village looks and feels like something straight out of a fairy tale. Enjoy live shows, great night life, try your luck at the casino, and get some world class runs in! What more could you want?

    Le Massif de Charlevoix

    Even if you’re not fluent in French, you can probably deduce that Le Massif de Charlevoix (1350 Principale St, Petite-Riviere-Saint-Francois, Quebec) is massive. It's one of the tallest peaks in Quebec and boasts one of the most incredible views over the St. Lawrence. There are runs for beginners and intermediates, but this is truly an advanced skiers paradise.

    These amazing runs may make you wish winter would last forever! We hope to see you out there this year!

    To find your home with Timbercreek Communities in Canada, please visit our website.

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