Record Fundraising for Tremblant’s 24h of Skiing and Walking!

Congratulations to the 217 ski and snowboard teams, 38 walking teams, and 225 volunteers who made the 24h Tremblant’s 2012 edition, another success. The fundraising objectives have been largely exceeded to reach $2,045,395. Proceeds will go to four recipients: Fondation Centre de cancérologie Charles-Bruneau, Fondation Martin-Matte, Ottawa Senators’s Sens Foundation and Fondation Tremblant. More details on Tremblant’s 24h site.


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New Season, New Accessibility Era

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A new season has just been launched at Tremblant and it brings a wind of change to Eastern North America’s number 1 ski resort. In order to break down the barriers of perception and allow a greater number of skiers to enjoy the winter season on the mountain, we undertook a major shift toward accessibility.

For the first time in Tremblant’s history, we put forth a significant price drop for all season passes (with refunds to passholders). We also introduced the new Sublime Pass and a new more user-friendly website as well as planned more occasions for our clientele to meet our athlete-ambassadors during various events.

As a leader of the ski industry, Tremblant has obviously taken this accessibility turn without skimping on the quality of customer experience. A great example was the season’s official opening on November 22, as we opened over 10 trails including one top to bottom, a first in the last decade. As we expected 400 people, we were very excited to welcome more than double that number of gliding sports adepts who happily took part in this first day of a great season!

It is with that same spirit of excitement that Tremblant enters this new era and this blog is another aspect that will allow us to get closer to our clientele and offer products and services that exceed your expectations.

Amazing Snow Making Conditions

There’s 2 reasons why we’re having one of the best season start in over a decade :

  1. The incredible work and effort from our snow making team
  2. Perfect weather conditions for snowmaking

Here’s a few pics that shows just how crazy it looks!


Already a first win for Jasey-Jay!

Congratulations to snowboard Olympic champion and Tremblant ambassador Jasey-Jay Anderson, who won the Nor-Am Cup’s parallel slalom in Colorado, yesterday. A great start to the season!