Laurentian and Mont Tremblant Golf Vacation Packages

The Mont Tremblant region adjacent to Mont Blanc has what may be the highest concentrations of scenic mountain golf courses in North America. Mont Blanc offers some the best golf vacation packages in the Laurentians. From lavish courses chiselled out of the forests and glades of the Laurentian mountains, to tranquil tracks that flow along winding clear streams, you will find golf that will challenge, sooth, and inspire you. Two of the most exciting and challenging courses are La Bęte and Le Diable. La Bęte's elevated plateaus were cut by glaciers during the last ice age making the site ideal for mountain golf, and these were cleverly incorporated into its design. If the holes on Le Géant and Le Diable seem to be glued to the side of the mountain, at La Bęte ("the beast") they appear to be carefully chiseled right out of the mountain rock.


La Belle

La Belle

Gray Rocks La Belle golf course is a classic mountain course. The 'gentler' sister to Tremblant's La Bête (in French La Belle is 'the beauty' and La Bête 'the beast'), with 6270 yards of sculpted fairways, and manicured greens, La Belle is a beautiful traditional course leading you from lush valleys to lofty tees, providing a panoramic view of the area. Experienced players will take strokes off their game, and newcomers learn the joys of the sport.
(10 minutes away)

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La Bête

La Bête

La Bête's breath taking views of the rolling Laurentian landscape and lush green fairways help to build its reputation as one of the best courses in Canada. Only 8 years young, it is also one of the best kept secrets in the region - play it while you can! Because of this natural geology, La Bête seems more pastoral than the nearby Mont Tremblant golf courses, yet is definitely a tough and thrilling course. Designed by renowned architect Graham Cooke, whose portfolio includes the award-winning Owl's Head in Mansonville, La Bête plays to a 131 slope and 73 rating from the tips.
(10 minutes away)

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Royal Laurentian

Royal Laurentian

Royal Laurentian is a challenging golf course, with 80 sand traps and 13 water hazards. The course runs 7,000 yards from the tips, and plays to 128/71.8. Good views of the Laurentian Mountains make this a very enjoyable golf experience. But stay away from the Royal Laurentian if you don't like water - with 16 individually-designed bridges, one waterfall, and even a well on the putting green, water comes into play on 13 of the 18 holes.
(5 minutes away)

Le Diable

Le Diable

A challenging course, situated along Mont Tremblant's Le Diable river, Le Diable features red-sand bunkers, along with some huge red sand waste areas, and dramatic elevation changes. Designed by Michael Hurzdan and Dana Fry, this par 71 track has five sets of tees to allow the slope and rating to range from 135/73 to 114/66.
(15 minutes away)

Le Géant

Le Géant

Le Géant golf course at Tremblant is partly sculpted out of the Laurentian mountainside with thoughtfully placed greens, bunkers, and lakes, creating this master's golf course of spectacular beauty. Sporting a 73 rating and a 131 slope from the tips, the course comes in just under 7,000 yards. Along with La Bête this is one of the more challenging golf courses in the Mont Tremblant area.
(15 minutes away)

Manitou

Manitou

Manitou is a par 58 theme golf course - a beautifully maintained course, and one of the most relaxing plays in the Mont Tremblant region. Graham Cooke associate Darrell Huxham, based each of Manitou's 18 holes on a famous course, and the holes sport names like Ballybunion, Pinehurst and Medina. Manitou is also a family-friendly course with excellent practice facilities.
(15 minutes away)

Les Ruisseaux

Les Ruisseaux

Just 2 minutes from Mont Blanc on the edge of the town of Mont Tremblant is Les Ruisseaux, one of the few forgiving courses in the region. Located just north of Mont Blanc, it has nine holes but four tee boxes on every hole so you never play the same nine. It is also one of the earliest golf courses to open in the province. In April you can ski in the morning and play golf in the afternoon.
(2 minutes away)