Yesterday was an action-packed day for us in the mountain town of Mont Tremblant. We had a delicious breakfast in the morning, which was enhanced by the local homemade jam and departed for the ski village. We are staying in the old town, which is a series of cabins, restaurants, an ice rink and a few other building sandwiched between picturesque lakes and forest. The new village is about 10km away and is modeled after a French Alps mountain town. Cobblestone streets and walkways link tons of carefully modeled shops, cafes, restaurants and action sports companies that creep up the steep mountain.
First, we took a private outdoor yoga class. In the middle of a grassy park, we formed a half circle around our bilingual instructor who guided us through a wonderful class in the French and English. Everyone did a great job and it helped awaken our muscles and minds for what lay ahead: an aerial ropes course complete with 8 zip lines! Well, actually a meal of delicious crepes was right after yoga, but before we knew it we were following our local guide into the thick woods for the aerial challenge. To read more about the Middle School Interim to Quebec, click here.