Tremblant is nested proudly on the edge of the Canadian shield, only in 75 miles (120 km) north of Montreal, in the center of the Laurentian Mountains.
Tremblant caters something for skiers of all ski levels and ages, as it boasts 92 trails covering 502 skiable acres and a vertical drop of 2,131 feet.
The novice skiersmay try out the gentle 3-1/4 mile Nansen; when experts will enjoy Dynamite, the steepest trail at 42 degrees.
Tremblant offers 11 lifts, as well as 6 high-speed lifts. On the south side there is the new Gondola Express, a heated 8 passenger panoramic lift taking you to the peak in just nine minutes; Cabriolet, a 6 passenger high-speed gondola; Flying Mile Express and TGV, high-speed quads; and La Porte du Soleil and novice’s area triple chairs. The north side offers Duncan Express, a nine minute base-to-summit high-speed quad; Express Expo, a high-speed quad; and Lowell Thomas, a triple chair.
Cross-country skiers will relish 56 miles (90 km) of well-groomed trails which can be reached from the base of the mountain. More than 125 miles (200 km) of trails for short or long tours with an overnight stay are offered in the Mont-Tremblant Provincial Park.
Tremblant boasts all-year-round Quebecois-style village located at the base of the mountain on stunning Lake Tremblant, a chaste 9 mile (14 kms) long lake.
There is ice skating on Lac Miroir nestled at the base of the south side and a skating oval on Lake Moore in the village of Mont Tremblant.
Resort elevation: 755 ft (230 m)
Season duration: November -April
Number of lifts: 13
Number/length of trails: 94
More difficult: 41%
(in US dollars)
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|Day || 55.85|| 51.60|| 44.55|| 35.75|
Telephone: 88 TREMBLANT
Snow Phone: 800 461-8711
FAX: 819 425-9604