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Tremblant February rides in fun and exciting


This winter, Tremblant is showcasing several new attractions to enhance the visitor experience for skiers, riders and vacationers, both on-mountain and in its pedestrian village, in addition to opening a new virtual reality centre. No matter the weather, snow hounds and resort vacationers alike are sure to enjoy Tremblant’s lovely winter wonderland, complete with family-friendly school break entertainment, and February’s full lineup of events and activities:

January 31 to February 3 ‒ ELEVATION Tremblant

This all-new LGBTQ event makes Tremblant the 3rd destination to host this meet-up after Parc City, Utah and Mammoth, California. On the program: Skiing and snowboarding, exciting apres skis and lively evenings with music provided by renowned DJs.

February 2-3 ‒ Air Nation Freestyle, presented by Burton and Mazda

A golden opportunity to see the world’s top slopestyle athletes compete for the Air Nation Tour podium.

February 8 to 10 – Festival Rando Alpine Tremblant, presented by Smartwool

Outdoor and mountain enthusiasts meet for three fun-filled days of discovery, festivities and challenges. On the program: Alpine ski touring for beginners, splitboard touring, hiking yoga, starlight alpine touring plus other new happenings like the fatbike downhill event.

February 16 Super Demo Day

Open to all, this free sneak-peek demo day is the perfect opportunity to discover the ski and snowboard industries’ top names, and try before you buy next year’s gear. The event takes place in conjunction with assorted promotions available at resort boutiques.

February 16 to 24 U.S. School Break

Families should expect loads of fun and free activities! Among the long list of things to do in the pedestrian village are pick-up hockey, volley-ball, outdoor group games, Saturday night starlight disco…

February 23 Legends Classic

Annual giant slalom for skiers of all calibres; divided into three categories (juniors, adults, masters), skiers race against the mountain’s local legends.


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