Population 2, 269
This village, one of the first to be settled in the area, has a winding main street, which is decorated with spectacular ice sculptures during the winter festival, Saint-Côme en glace. Close by is the L’Assomption tourist booth, gateway to Mont-Tremblant National Park. And not far away is Val Saint-Côme, one of Québec’s top ski centres. At the foot of the slopes, you’ll find the Auberge Aux Quatre Matins. Saint-Côme is also a major centre for snowmobiling and a good starting-point to explore the Chute-à-Bull Regional Park and the Swaggin Trail, and for canoeing and kayaking trips on the L’Assomption River. The Père-Lindsay Music Camp, located in a delightful setting, welcomes talented youngsters each year. Try the alternative lodging site of Chez Roger l’Ermite for a night among the trees.