“Gorgeous village. It feels like Europe!” That’s a characteristic reader comment about about Tremblant. And yeah, we get it. The language, the food, the pedestrian village—it all resonates with Old World taste and charm. But call it what it is: Quebecois culture, and God bless its enduring authenticity. Quebec, surrounded by English speakers, has always fiercely guarded its Francophone identity. So brush up your French, and be prepared to use it with resort employees who speak little English. That, above all, is why a trip to Tremblant really feels like foreign travel. Well, that…and all the glorious food.