Mont Tremblant first tracks
Mont Tremblant first tracks – Tremblant’s slide season officially begins at 8:30 am, and skiers and riders can expect fun and fanfare at the lifts, as well as exceptional conditions on 12 trails that form a throughway linking the summit to the North and South Side bases. As well, a number of features and one mid-sized jump await freestylers on the Progression Park trail (Alpine). Tremblant’s 107 acres of skiable terrain are served by the Télécabine Express, Duncan Express, TGV, Lowell Thomas and Onésime lifts. Please view the snow report for our latest updates.
To celebrate PyeongChang 2018 held this February, Tremblant is very pleased to welcome the PyeongChang Olympic booth at the Grand Manitou this Saturday and Sunday, November 25 & 26. The public is invited to discover details about the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, and have a peek at South Korean culture.
Optimal snow conditions are expected for this year’s edition of the 24h Tremblant, taking place December 8-10. Uniting their skills and strengths, participants of the ski, walk and run events have already raised over $1.6m in donations!
Tremblant ‒ Take Me to the Top
Tremblant is a top four-season resort destination owing to its guest experience both at the mountain, and in its pedestrian village. Its views of the Laurentians, the diversity of its offer and its highly acclaimed major events – of which IRONMAN Mont-Tremblant, 24h of Tremblant, Wanderlust and the Tremblant International Blues Festival – have earned it a place among the World’s 25 Best Ski Towns in 2014 by National Geographic, and the title of #1 Ski Resort in Eastern North America for 19 years by SKI Magazine readers. With your sweetheart, friends, family or group, Tremblant welcomes vacationers on direct flights from Toronto with Air Canada and Porter Airlines, to enjoy 1,900 lodging units fanned out across 13 hotel establishments, over 75 restaurants, boutiques and a Casino, all at nature’s doorstep.