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Mont Tremblant

Ski Resort

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About Mont Tremblant
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Mountain Stats of Mont Tremblant

The Mountain

  • Year Established
    1939
  • Summit
    875m
  • Base
    230m
  • Vertical Drop
    645m
  • Winter Season Opening
    Late November
  • Winter Season Closing
    Late April
  • Predicted Days Open This Winter Season
    154
  • Days Open Last Winter Season
    151

Snowfall & Weather

  • Average Winter High
    -0.5
  • Average Winter Low
    -10.3
  • Annual Average Snowfall
    417cm
  • Snow Making
    188ha
  • Snow Making Machines
    1,164

Terrain

  • Total Skiable Terrain
    305ha
  • Total Number of Runs
    102
  • Green Runs
    22
  • Blue Runs
    31
  • Black Runs
    49
  • Longest Run
    Nansen
  • Longest Run Length
    6km
  • Glades
    73.4ha
  • Terrain Parks
    Adrénaline Park
    Evolution Park
    Progression Park

Lifts

  • Total Lifts
    14
  • Uphill Capacity
    27, 830 people per hour
  • Surface Lifts
    3
  • Fixed Grip Triple Chairlifts
    1
  • Fixed Grip Quad Chairlifts
    1
  • High Speed Quad Chairlifts
    6
  • Gondolas
    2
  • Cabriolets
    1

Location

  • Resort Location
    Québec, Canada
  • Nearest Town
    Mont-Tremblant, Québec
  • Distance to Town
    12km
  • Nearest City
    Montréal, Québec
  • Distance to City
    130km
  • Nearest International Airport
    Mont-Tremblant International Airport (YTM)
  • Distance to International Airport
    4,1.2km

About the Resort

Tremblant is a top resort destination owing to the excellence of its four-season 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 2015 according to National Geographic, and the title of #1 Ski Resort in Eastern North America for an 18th year by SKI Magazine readers.

With abundant snowfalls and one of the most sophisticated, powerful snowmaking systems in North America, Tremblant enjoys exceptional slide conditions that delight skiers and snowboarders from November through April. All-calibre trails covering four faces of the mountain mean beginners and thrill-seekers alike enjoy endless possibilities, from the TAM-TAM snow zone or the 6 kilometre4 mile beginner-level Nansen specially designed for novices to the Expo’s exciting moguls, and The Edge’s high-adrenaline glades to any one of its three snowparks.

In addition to skiing and snowboarding, Tremblant has countless other ways for visitors to revel in its winter wonderland. Snowmobile treks, dogsledding, ice climbing or exploring superb cross-country ski and snowshoe trails, tubing or an old-fashioned sleigh ride–all are excellent excuses to play outdoors, and have fun in that wonderful fresh air! Summer also offers its full share of exciting activities to choose from: explore the mountain face by via ferrata, ride the countryside by ATV, set out on a rafting trip or paddling a canoe, or go for a lovely boat cruise. While anglers are sure to appreciate the local fishing scene, others can learn the subtle art of fly fishing on an introductory lesson, or try paintballing or rock climbing if adrenaline is what fuels the fun!

Tremblant’s pedestrian village is unquestionably one of the resort’s most appreciated features. Upon arrival to the hotel, everything−absolutely everything−is just steps away. Groceries, boutiques, restaurants, lifts. While the village architecture has a certain European flair, the ambiance is pure Québécois, brimming with smiles and traditional joie de vivre. Add lively entertainment, exciting events and free concerts and you have a unique village−right at the foot of the trails!

A visit to Tremblant offers an unbeatable opportunity to reconnect with the joys of winter. It is the pleasures of the mountain, but it is also a uniquely charming pedestrian-only village, an unequaled service to its guests, and a host of extraordinary activities and events that will make a stay with us an unforgettable experience.
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