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Tremblant: She Trembles, She Shakes

Tremblant: She Trembles, She Shakes

  By Troy Hawks You can learn a lot about a place on Wikipedia, but you can only learn to love a place by experiencing it first-hand. It wasn’t until I got to Denver International Airport that I finally had time to study up on my upcoming ski trip to Mont Tremblant. At 2,871 feet, Mont…

An inside look at the Powder-Makers

An inside look at the Powder-Makers

EXTENDED HOURS OF SKIING! From now on the following lifts: Cabriolet, Express Gondola, TGV, Flying Mile, Duncan Express, Le Soleil, Porte du Soleil and Edge will be open 30 minutes longer. We will also be adding an additional 15 minutes during opening hours for Lowell Thomas and Expo Express lifts. Schedule subject to change without…

Get to know our new Athlete Ambassadors

Get to know our new Athlete Ambassadors

Each year new sport talents emerge onto the international stage and we are so proud to support and recognize our homegrown champions by giving them the title of Athlete Ambassadors. “These internationally renowned athletes, who come mostly from the region, are models of perseverance, discipline and passion. They reflect the values conveyed by Station Mont…

Choosing the Right Snow Goggles

Choosing the Right Snow Goggles

Ski goggles are an essential part of your equipment out on the slopes. They offer safety, comfort and a level of visibility designed uniquely for snow sports. First of all, they offer protection from the cold and from debris. Goggles, unlike sunglasses, outline the eyes with a foam contour that hugs the face and prevents…

Moonlight, snow and cheese: an unforgetable girls night!

Moonlight, snow and cheese: an unforgetable girls night!

Article by Edith Larochelle This winter, I had the idea of forming a group of six women from the Montreal area to go do a snowshoeing activity in Tremblant. On site, we are welcomed by Peter Patrick Dion, our guide, who knows the mountain very well. From the outset, he baptizes our group Les Gazelles….

An insider’s guide to Mont Tremblant

An  insider’s guide to Mont Tremblant

Article by Christophe Deschamps Every time I go to Tremblant, it’s always an enriching experience. There’s never a dull moment on this vast mountain where you can discover new trails and new spots with every visit. As soon as the Versant Soleil opens, I hit the countless winding slopes and start exploring the 96 trails on…

6 different ways to enjoy Tremblant’s nightlife

6 different ways to enjoy Tremblant’s nightlife

Looking for a way to unwind, just between adults? After a big day hitting the slopes, playing outside, or shopping, indulge yourself with the music, the energy, the food and the drinks offered in one of 6 different nightlife atmospheres that can be found in Tremblant! 1- Mellow mood If you’re looking for a place…

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Tremblant: She Trembles, She Shakes
Tremblant: She Trembles, She Shakes
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An inside look at the Powder-Makers
An inside look at the Powder-Makers
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Get to know our new Athlete Ambassadors
Get to know our new Athlete Ambassadors
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