Province/Territory: Quebec

A Chilling and Thrilling Cleansing of Body and Spirit

  • 03 steps to full relaxation
  • 01 ski and spa package
  • 95 ski runs close by

At Le Scandinave Spa on the shores of the Diable River in Mont-Tremblant, you'll revel in healing silence as you dip into a variety of hot, tepid and cold baths, go for a steam, then cool off under a chilly river-water shower, in a glacial plunge pool or in the icy river itself. Follow up with a relaxation break in a cozy lounge or in front of an outdoor fireplace. Repeat until your body, mind and soul have succumbed to the ancient Scandinavian practice of the “baths”. Cleanse, improve your blood circulation and release “health hormone" endorphins as you relax spirtually and are physically replenished. Once rejuvenated, enjoy a brisk hike or challenge the slopes of Mont Tremblant, in the stunning Laurentian Mountains of Quebec.

Why you should visit
  • Experience traditional Nordic spa hydrotherapy hot/cold treatments in the beautiful, rustic Laurentians following three easy steps.
  • Step into a sauna, hot bath or Eucalyptus steam bath to cleanse your skin.
  • Brave the cold waterfalls, baths or the Diable River itself to improve blood circulation.
  • Relax surrounded by nature's sounds, sights and smells in the solariums, hammocks, outdoor fireplaces or zero-gravity pavilion... and repeat.
  • Choose a massage treatment on-site for post ski or hike relief.
  • Try the tea-tasting station or enjoy a light meal.
  • Set your mind at ease knowing the spa is committed to sustainability and water quality measures are state-of-the-art.

Weather

  • Mont Tremblant, in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains enjoys a full range of temperatures from summer to winter. From November to the end of March, expect temperatures between 5°C and -15°C or colder. Summer weather, from June to August, can be very warm, with highs of nearly 30°C, while spring and fall weather is more moderate, ranging from highs of 15°C to lows near 0°C.
  • Discover local weather information. Research local weather patterns at Environment Canada's Canadian Climate Website.
Visitor information
  • Hours & Admission Prices.
  • Open year-round, seven days a week, rain or shine. The facilities close temporarily in the event of thunder and lightning.
  • On-site food & beverage.
  • Spa products are available for sale.
  • Free parking is available on-site.
When to go
  • July and August bring the warmest weather, and spring and fall offer beautiful views, but winter is the most spectacular time to experiece Scandinave Spa. Sitting in a hot tub as the snow flakes fall around you, or plunging quickly through a hole cut into a frozen lake are unforgettable moments.
Need to know
  • Bring your own bathing suit and flip-flops. Two towels and a lock are supplied.
  • Shampoo, soap and hair dryers are supplied in the change rooms.
  • Bathrobes are available for rent.
  • Massages must be booked in advance but spa access is available on a drop-in basis.
  • Food cannot be brought into the spa, but lights snacks, soups, salads, cheese, smoothies, tea and coffee etc. are available at the snack counter.
Getting Here