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The Sport Of Spectating Ironman Mont Tremblant

  This post has been updated as of 8/12/18. We’ve been trisupporters at multiple Ironman Mont Tremblant races, both 70.3 and full distance. It’s one of our favorites from a spectating point of view, especially if you are staying close to the village and can go back and forth during the day. The town couldn’t be more supportive of this race. In fact, they now…

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THE SPORT OF SPECTATING – IRONMAN 70.3 MONT TREMBLANT

Update: This post is current as of 6/18/17. If you’re headed to Mont Tremblant, Canada, we hope you have already read our Food & Fun series, Part 1 and Part 2, which gave you great ideas for things to do in the area and places to eat. Now, it’s time for what you’re there for – SPECTATING and seeing your triathlete cross that finish line….

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FINDING LUXURY & ROMANCE IN MONT TREMBLANT

Yes, Mont Tremblant happens to be a great race site and one of our favorite vacation spots, but it’s also a great spot to add a little luxury and romance to the mix. So, come on triathletes, time to treat that trisupporter in your life to some extra TLC! When we have 5 race nights in Mont Tremblant, we try and make it about US,…

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MONT TREMBLANT – GREAT PLACES TO EAT

Ironman Mont Tremblant is one of our favorite race sites. Granted, my family has been going there for over 35 years and we have watched the mountain and village grow over this time. We used to have to drive a long way to eat, but now the choices are endless and there are great places to eat. First, let me explain the areas as I…

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IRONMAN MONT TREMBLANT – POST RACE UPDATE

What a gorgeous race day in Mont Tremblant. I hope everyone had as awesome of day as I did, even though I got a bit too much sun and experienced a bit (okay, an overabundance) of anxiety over my husband’s run. Special thanks goes out to the Ironman MTB team. They did a superb job making this race very family-friendly from the great inflatable area…

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IRONMAN MONT TREMBLANT FINAL UPDATE

Here are my final thoughts on helping you plan your Ironman Mont Tremblant trip: Transportation: If you get a rental car or drive, it is easy to get around. If not, there are public buses that run regularly. If you are planning to fly into Montreal and are on a budget, you may want to consider Ottawa. It is only 30 minutes further, but often…

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IRONMAN MONT TREMBLANT – UPDATE

A couple of quick updates for race day spectating at Ironman Mont Tremblant: Bike special needs has moved this year to the Montee Ryan, just up from the beach. I still think good bike spectating will be by the bike-out where the turn-around will be or at the traffic circle right by the beach club. There is a great bridge over the run course now…

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IRONMAN MONT TREMBLANT – UPDATE

We got some great questions to our original post on Ironman Mont Tremblant, so here is some additional information: Update: Our favorite bakery in the village mountain closed. Watch for our update on FB. There are two good places for pasta and plain red sauce for Saturday night. In the old village, there is Ital Deli. We love it there. They just moved to a…

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