Ski resorts in Canada
The Laurentian Mountains are home to more than some of the world's oldest rock formations (pre-Cambian era); they contain some of Quebec's best alpine venues, like the Tremblant ski area. Sitting 80 miles northwest of Montreal, the year-round facility is part of the Mont-Tremblant National Park. A pedestrian village and one of the tallest peaks in the Laurentian Mountains range make this location a popular winter attraction for skiers and snowboarders in the southern part of the Province.

Motorists will use Autoroute 15 to drive northwest of Montreal. A transfer to Route 117 will place drivers in town and at the resort just north. Americans have access to several roadways entering Quebec, but I-87 north from Champlain, New York, is one of the most direct. Visitors flying into this part of the Province will likely use the Montreal–Trudeau International Airport.

Alpine Fun in the Laurentian Mountains

Visitors traveling to the winter resort will find amenities and lodging in the pedestrian village and the municipal town three miles away. There are 28 lodging options available mountainside, in the pedestrian village, or near the golf course. Rooms include condos, chalets, lodges, and hotels. The Tremblant ski area has up to 37 dining options available during the peak of the ski season, offering everything from grab-and-go to sit-down dining.

Retail is well-represented at the resort, with over 30 boutiques open for guests to explore. Art galleries, beauty, gifts, groceries, souvenirs, ready-to-wear items, specialty, and sporting goods shops sell just about anything one could need. Rentals at the Tremblant winter venue include skis, snowboards, cross-country, snowshoes, fat bikes, and clothing. Setting an appointment will get everyone properly fitted.

Ski and Snowboard instruction come in daily lessons or seasonal programs. Daily sessions break down into private, semi-private, and groups. "A Mountain for All" is an adaptive program that uses one or two instructors and includes equipment rentals and a lift ticket. These lessons will help first-timers with fundamentals, improve downhill techniques for more experienced skiers and riders, or broaden a student's freestyle ability.

Downhill and More

The Tremblant ski area offers access for alpine touring, fat tire biking, cross-country skiing, dogsledding, dune buggy tours, helicopter flights, ice climbing, ice fishing, ice skating, guided tours, outdoor paintball, gondola rides, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and tubing. Indoor activities include an arcade, indoor water park, fitness room, casinos, kids daycare, laser tag, escape rooms, plush factory, spa/massage, and a crafting studio.

Tremblant has a 2,116-foot vertical drop off of the south face, with a total of 755 skiable acres that guests can explore. There are also 178 acres of glades that visitors can enjoy. Three snow parks and nearly 51 miles of trails provide more access to the pow. The Tremblant ski area offers 102 alpine trails, including 22 that rate green for beginners, 31 rated blue for experienced skiers and riders. The remaining 49 runs at the Tremblant ski resort are rated as black diamond or double black diamond, providing challenges and fun for the advanced or expert ski bum.

Tremblant uses 14 lifts to move guests about, with an uphill capacity of 27,830 skiers an hour.

Tremblant Snow forecast

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Facts about Tremblant

Number of slopes:102
Easiest Green slopes:16
Intermediate Blue slopes:31
Advanced Black slopes:0
Expert Only Double black diamond slopes:47
Longest slope:19685 ft
Total length of pistes:51 miles

Lifts (Total: 14)
Lift capacity:  27230 persons/hour

Vertical drop
Tremblant Vertical drop
Highest Point: 2871 ft
Vertical drop: 2116 ft
Base Point: 755 ft

Cross country skiing
Tracks:62.1 miles
Lit tracks:0 miles
Artificial snow:0 miles

Country: Canada
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Reviews for Tremblant

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26/11/2012 (Modified: 26/12/2012)
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The mountain and the vicinity of Montreal get 4+ but Disneyland showdown and direct jet flight from NYC brings it down (I was there at Lucia - Usch fo... Read more (92 words)
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I agree with you, I usually go over the weekend when I'm in Montreal and then it will be 2 days ... The fall height is over 700 meters, so a bit bette... Read more (110 words)
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A small charming ski area in line with the Swedish mountains. Absolutely nothing to go to unless you are in the subjects. Then you can as well choose... Read more (58 words)

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Trail map

Trail map Tremblant

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