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Bel Air Tremblant is a real community nestled amidst the tranquil beauty of the Laurentian Mountainside just minutes from it all!

Located just 8 minutes from the #1 ski resort in Eastern North America, this 543 acre community is shaped by limitless activities and year-round recreational opportunities. The Bel Air community features a unique concept that combines residential and holiday lodging within one community while offering full resort-style amenities to both its residents and guests. Bel Air is the first development of this type in the area.

Healthy Living in a Natural Environment
The Bel Air site features an incredible mountain landscape encompassing one pristine lake and is rich with flora and natural wildlife. The project’s main focus is to preserve and respect this environment and to encourage healthy living through its many amenities.

A Modern Community
The developer’s goal behind Bel Air was to create a community that was drastically different from the customary rustic design that is common within ski resorts. Bel Air’s modern and architecturally unique homes and the incredible lifestyle the community offers are a true reflection of this goal.

Loaded with Amenities
Bel Air Resort & Residences offers an unmatched four-season experience with an exciting range of on-site activities and amenities. Within the Clubhouse there is a fitness center, a yoga studio, a full spa offering a variety of treatments and a sauna and Jacuzzi that patrons can enjoy before or after their treatment. The large outdoor pool features a superb deck equipped with lounge chairs and in the summer the bistro serves meals on the pool terrace.

For more active people, there is a tennis court, archery range, mini soccer field, volleyball court and bocce ball. The community’s 10 acre lake is available for non motorized activity. Bel Air’s 5 miles of walking trails are used in summer and winter for a multitude of activities such as hiking, horseback riding, dog sledding, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. Bel Air joins 300 acres of provincial land which is used for more activities such as snowmobiling and guided 4X4 buggy tours.