L’Hymne des Trembles: an immersive nature escape in Mount-Tremblant
Passionate skiers and active nature lovers alike have a new mixed-use real estate project to covet on the Versant Soleil of Mount-Tremblant, in the Laurentian mountains. The ski-in/ski-out resort project is the first of its kind, and the first YOO-branded resort project in Canada. YOO and Brivia Group will develop 500 single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums over 34.6 acres of carefully preserved forested land, a stone’s throw from the panoply of year-round services and activities offered by the internationally acclaimed Station Mont Tremblant. Units from the first two phases are set to be delivered in time for the 2024 ski season.
Immersion in nature: a new vision for Tremblant living
L’Hymne des Trembles is designed to allow its residents to benefit from the full expression of nature both inside and outside of the home.
With MSDL Architects at the helm, in collaboration with Projet Paysage, the architecture and positioning of each unit draw on the naturally occurring features of the site, with angles and facets mirroring the unique topography of the mountainside. Each dwelling is equipped with a majestic windowed facade, garden, terrasse, and spa to engage the senses and embrace the forested views throughout the year. A second facade on the opposing side offers luxurious private quarters.
YOO’s interiors are the pinnacle of elegance, bringing together clean lines, high-quality natural finishings, and contemporary European touches. Homeowners can choose from three different aesthetics—modern rustic, featuring stone and mountain; a warm forest retreat; or the delicate embrace of a serene snowscape.
The site offers residents a privileged view of Mount-Tremblant National Park—Quebec’s first national park—boasting 1,510 square kilometres of forest, rivers, and lakes. The breathtaking expanse can be explored by canoeing, hiking, and climbing. A private mountain bike trail is also accessible via a scenic belvedere overlooking Lac Tremblant.
A skier’s dream
Residents of L’Hymne des Trembles will be able to start the day by donning their skis at their doorstep, making their way to the private-access Doppelmayr Quad lift—the only privately owned lift on the mountain—and admiring the expanse of the Laurentian forest below as they are lifted up Versant Soleil. Those seeking a quieter downhill experience can opt to ski the project’s exclusive-use top-to-bottom run. After an afternoon navigating the slopes or exploring Tremblant Village on the opposite side of the mountain, residents will return to a warm, welcoming home, with boot dryers on hand, and enjoy a relaxing evening, slipping into a private jacuzzi before capping the night on the heated terrasse with a warm beverage in hand.
Four seasons of dynamic living
Tremblant residents looking for something new for themselves or their growing families, nature lovers and mountain enthusiasts seeking exceptional dwellings, young professionals and retirees will all find an abundance of attractions and activities, no matter the season.
John Hitchcox, Chairman of YOO, asserts that the firm strives “to enhance lives through original design and generate communities with an emphasis on conscious living.”
Designed as a village that promotes connection among its residents, L’Hymne des Trembles will feature a network of paths linking gathering spaces for recreation, rest, and play. A hammock zone, a thermal relaxation experience with hot and cold baths, restaurants and terrasses lining a vibrant pedestrian path, a gazebo, and a play area are just some of the features that can be enjoyed year-round. Families will also appreciate a treehouse with stunning views of the site and integrated play area for children.
Off-site adventures are easily accessible via a gondola that directly connects Versant Soleil to the iconic Tremblant Village, bustling with restaurants and boutiques, myriad sports and entertainment options, a casino, and nearby golf courses. The resort is also home to cultural festivals including the Tremblant International Blues Festival.
“L’Hymne des Trembles is an unprecedented resort project that will welcome nature lovers. It is in this spirit that we have named our project.”
Kheng Ly, founder-president and CEO of Brivia Group
YOO and Brivia Group: in harmony with community and the environment
YOO and Brivia Group are working closely with the Mount-Tremblant community to ensure L’Hymne des Trembles is harmoniously integrated into the unblemished natural landscape of Versant Soleil. Brivia Group is collaborating with local elected officials, artists, and designers in service of its mission of ensuring eco-responsible development that will add value for residents and visitors to the surrounding area.
Of the project, founder-president and CEO of Brivia Group, Kheng Ly, says, “L’Hymne des Trembles is an unprecedented resort project that will welcome nature lovers. It is in this spirit that we have named our project; its name reflects the enchanting and colossal side of the mountain.”
YOO and Brivia Group are expanding on Mount-Tremblant’s 30-year legacy of spectacular tourism and economic growth by working with some of the talented players involved in the original development of the mountain. L’Hymne des Trembles is poised to become a leading example of dynamic living immersed in nature with reverence for the historic importance of the site.
Delivery of the first residences starting in 2024
Phase I – Condominiums
- 36 units
- 2–3 bedrooms
- 1,264 – 1,600 sq ft
Phase I – Townhomes
- 28 units
- 3 bedrooms
- 2,090 – 2,173 sq ft
Phase II – Single-family homes
- 15 units
- 3–4 bedrooms
- 2,378 – 3,589 sq ft
- Doppelmayr Quad lift (delivery 2024)
- Ski trail with direct links to Mont-Tremblant resort (delivery 2024)
- Hiking and mountain biking trails that connect to Mont-Tremblant National Park
- “Club des Montagnards” eligibility
- Treehouse with outdoor fire pits and living spaces
- Thermal spa
- Outdoor pool
- Shuttle with connection to the Village (South Side)
- Access to the gondola connecting to the Village (South Side)
- Landscaping included
- Ski storage included
Writer: Jennifer Laoun-Rubenstein
Photos: © Commonground Studios