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A brief study on running shoes

A brief study on running shoes

Although it is possible to wear the same shoes for every sport, why hinder yourself? With advances in modern technologies, athletic footwear design has progressed exponentially. There are now shoes for every, sometimes very, specific type of sport and running style. You can basically compare a road running shoe and a trail shoe to a…

Q&A with Erik Guay

Q&A with Erik Guay

Erik Guay, who recently announced he would not pursue his downhill ski season because of a knee injury, joined us last week for tea and a chat. We took advantage of the athlete’s presence in his hometown to learn a little more about his current situation, his family life and more. We also included your…

An inside look at spring grooming

An inside look at spring grooming

Springtime is the celebration of the end of winter and at Tremblant, we celebrate the snow until the very end! During this period you’ll notice people take more time going down the trails, not only because the snow is heavier and harder to ski, but because they’re soaking up the sun! It’s been months since…

Dog sledding: an adventure story

Dog sledding: an adventure story

Imagine for a moment the silence of wilderness, the forest covered with a soft bed of snow absorbing noise from surrounding roads. All is calm. The only sound coming from the sleigh runners gliding over the surface and the dogs, concentrated and working in perfect tandem. An escape from the daily chaos of reality and…

Info-Ski Mont-Tremblant: your guide on the trails

Info-Ski Mont-Tremblant: your guide on the trails

Article and photos by Michel Julien via the blog Coups de Cœur pour le Québec    Info-Ski Mont-Tremblant is your private guide on the trails. Want to find out the ski conditions for a certain trail, the best viewpoints or the shortest way back to the village? Ask Luc L’Espérance or one of his Info-Ski colleagues. That’s what…

This spring, Tremblant is the place to be!

This spring, Tremblant is the place to be!

Spring in Tremblant means longer ski days, an outstanding atmosphere, a lot of sun and patio opportunities. It is also the perfect time of year to bring your family, partner or a group of friends to one of the many events planned. This year, Spring skiing starts on March 21. We put together a list…

Your team will soar with Ziptrek!

Your team will soar with Ziptrek!

  The benefits of teambuilding activities have been repeatedly shown, especially when they are done outdoors, in the open air, away from daily stressors. Group activities allow for colleagues to engage in friendly competition in a fun environment, far from the everyday routine. Teambuilding does wonders for a group’s spirit, cooperation, communication and cohesion.  …

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A brief study on running shoes
A brief study on running shoes
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Q&A with Erik Guay
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An inside look at spring grooming
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