Are you and your bike ready to ride?

Tremblant is a paradise for cyclists of all types with our scenic and challenging roads, large network of mountain trails and paved multifunctional trail. To show off this one-of-a-kind playground we’re hosting two huge biking events right at the start of our summer season!

May 19 – 22 –  Vélomotion  

This is a mountain bike festival for the whole family. With activities for kids, guided tours of the mountain, gondola access to the summit, bike yoga and much more.


May 27 – Gran Fondo Mont-Tremblant

This mass participation sporting event attracts thousands of road bike enthusiasts who come back year after year to enjoy some of the most scenic landscapes of our region.  Join the pack !

So with cycling season just around the corner and all these fun events ahead, it’s time to make sure your gear is as ready to roll as you are.

Here is our quick check list for safe biking:


After a few months hidden away in the shed or the garage, your bike’s tires will most likely be flat or low on air. Use an air pressure gauge to make sure your air pressure is at just the right level.  Depending on use, the tread of your tires should be checked as well to ensure they are still safe.

Cables and brakes

Your brake and gear cables need to be checked regularly, especially after hibernation. They’re constantly being used, so wear and tear is unavoidable. Pull on your brake levers to make sure they engage both sides of the brakes on each wheel. The brakes should not stick and should fully stop the wheel in motion.   Run your fingers over the length of the cables to check for damage. If you spot frayed or sticky cables, they should be replaced.


Look out for rust and grime. A good cleaning and some lubricant will make everything run smoother. Also check your chain tension by lightly pressing against the top chain, it should not move more than half an inch. If your chain is too lose it might come off while riding; too tight it can damage your gears.


Spin the wheel! It should spin easily without quivering and there should be no contact between the rim and the brake pads.

Best advice is to plan a full tune up with our bike specialists at the Chalet des Voyageurs at the base of the Tremblant pedestrian village or with your favourite bike shop.

Have a great biking season 🙂

Skiing, terraces, events… Spring in Tremblant is the best!

Photo via @Claire_Laflamme #tremblant – March 18 2017


Terrace season is here! As soon as the sun shines above the pedestrian village the terraces become the place to be for your lunch or après-ski. With over 25 options to choose from, it can be hard to find the best spot! Looking to be in the center of the action? The Place Saint-Bernard is a sure bet with spacious outdoor seating areas at Fat Mardi’s, Resto-Bar Le Shack, La Forge Bistro-Bar & Grill and Bullseye Saloon & Grill.

Mid-way up the rue des Remparts you’ll find another fun vibe with patios right in the sunshine until late in the day. P’tit Caribou, Coco Pazzo, Laurent Louis, Socal Kitchen and Pizzateria all have outdoor seating for 60+ people. Microbrasserie La Diable and Casey’s Resto-Bar can even seat upwards of 150 people outside! Sunshine for everyone!


Springtime at Tremblant also means tons of exciting events before the scheduled end-of-season date, April 17.

  • Sports Experts Canadian Alpine Ski Championships, March 24-28 Top athletes from Canada and elsewhere compete for a national title in slalom and giant slalom events. A rare opportunity to watch some of Tremblant’s own ambassador athletes on course! Valérie Grenier, Marina Vilanova, Simon Fournier, Heidi Roussin and Mikaela O’Brien.

  • Caribou Cup, April 1 A sure-fire symbol of spring, the Caribou Cup attracts the daring few who try their luck at riding across a pond on skis or snowboard. Exploits are later celebrated at Le P’tit Caribou, entirely renovated since June 2016.

  • Burton El Nino, April 2 Youngsters ages 12 and under registered for the event enjoy free supervised coaching in a specially designed snow park that even features a zone for kids ages 6 and under. Later in the day, a friendly race is followed by an awards ceremony for both winners and participants alike.

  • Rock & Ride Rockstar@Tremblant, April 8 The second edition of this event takes place in the Adrenaline snow park with friendly jump and rail competitions, a BBQ, participation prizes and non-stop tunes courtesy of a DJ.

  • Sunny Apres Skis by Corona, April 15 & 16 Corona brightens the North Side’s Fourchette du Diable patio starting at noon, with ice cold beer, music and door prizes. Live mariachi spice up the mood and other surprises are in store for skiers and riders celebrating the last weekend of the ski season.

  • Easter Celebrations, April 16  Easter egg hunt, petting zoo and face painting make for sweet family fun that starts at 11 am in the pedestrian village, with a DJ on music on Place St-Bernard.



Jump into the action and take part in major events! One day of volunteering = 1 ski lift ticket. Learn more here :


Rythmes Tremblant: even more for children to love!

Starting this Friday July 22nd and going on until Sunday July 31st, Tremblant is celebrating the 13th edition of the Rythmes Tremblant! This musical event offers tons of outdoor concerts for every taste, along with entertainment for the whole family. Colourful characters and irresistible rhythms from around the world will enliven our pedestrian village once more this summer.

This year the festival has added a lot to its program by focusing more on kids. With plenty of shows for children featuring exciting interactive adventures in music, from percussion workshops and kids dance parties, to storytelling, sing-alongs and magic shows, your young ones are sure to be entertained! These shows and workshops will be happening every afternoon at 3p.m., from July 23rd to 31st, at the Promenade Deslauriers stage.

Come evening, at the Place Saint-Bernard, young and young at heart can boogie the night away to classics showcasing a rainbow of eras and styles ? disco, retro, rock n’ roll and so much more!



Check out the full event schedule on

See you there!

8 musical events to enjoy in Tremblant this summer!

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We’re now entering into summer mode! And who says summer in Tremblant says tons of great events! With so many types of festivals and events throughout the season, we’ve prepared a list of our events centered on music. From country, to Reggae, to R & B, there’s certainly something for everyone and every genre!

1- Grill & Country with Kiefer Sutherland and Jonathan Roy (June 18th, Father’s day)

Kiefer Sutherland will be coming to Tremblant for the Grill & Country event, presented by Tremblant Gourmand, on June 18. On stage at 9p.m., he will be performing a set list that includes cuts from his forthcoming Americana-tinged album, Down In A Hole, set for release this summer. This is a not-to-be missed free performance during his Quebec tour. Sutherland’s sound blends country with hints of famous bad boys Johnny Cash, Bob Seger and Kris Kristofferson.

Opening the show, Roy, who is now embracing his new musical career, will be performing his enjoyable blend of pop, rock, indie and folk music.

2- The Franklin Electric and Foreign Diplomats (July 1st, Canada day)

In addition to the festivities for the whole family going on throughout the day, Canada Day will be celebrated in great fashion this year with a musical show not to be missed! The folk-pop sounds of the Montreal-based The Franklin Electric, with Laurentian’s natives the Foreign Diplomats performing the first part, will liven up the Place Saint-Bernard for our country’s 149th birthday.

A photo posted by @franklinelectric on

3- The Tremblant International Blues Festival (July 8th to 17th)

A staple in Tremblant for the past 23 years, the Tremblant International Blues Festival is one of the largest musical events of its kind in the region. More than 100 concerts, mostly free, on several indoor and outdoor stages, will offer ten days of great blues. From its purest roots to its influence on R&B, soul, funk, country, folk and rock, a more varied program than ever will be presented in an intimate setting, so you can get up close and personal with the artists.
To see the complete program:

4- The Intimate Concerts series (18 July-1 September)

Monday through Thursdays, every week from July 18 to September 1, there will be intimate evening concerts at the Place Deslauriers. With a first performance from 5:30 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. and a second from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., a dozen local artists will make you enjoy a variety of musical styles in the natural amphitheater and the enchanting scenery of the Promenade Deslauriers. Details on

5- Les Rythmes Tremblant (July 22nd to 31st)

A tribute to top artists will be performed in a festive string of free outdoor shows, at the Place Saint-Bernard. Ten days of themed concerts spotlighting assorted musical styles and genres, there is always something for everyone. Last year we saw everything from Reggae to UK Pop Hits to disco fever!
Check out for the complete schedule.

6- R&B Weekend with Shaharah and Patrick Lehman (August 5-6)

R & B song writer and performer from Montreal, Shaharah brilliantly mixes modern pop to classic R & B with her ‘girl next door’ style. She will charm Tremblant from the St. Bernard stage on Friday August 5 at 8:30 p.m.

Patrick Lehman, recently nominated for a Juno award for best “Soul / R & B” recording of the year, will play the music he says he created to awaken our spirits and make us dance as if no one were watching! He will take the stage on Saturday August 6 at 8:30 p.m.

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7- Ariane Moffatt (August 27th)

Place Saint-Bernard will vibrate to the sound of the powerful and ethereal voice of Ariane Moffatt, who will present her new electro-pop album at 10p.m. on Saturday August 27th. This free outdoor show will offer a combination of dream pop, trip hop and dubstep. A fun, fresh addition to our musical lineup this summer!


8- La Fête de la Musique de Tremblant (September 2nd to 5th)

Under the artistic direction of Angèle Dubeau, this unique event will take you on a most festive musical getaway; one that unites diverse music ranging from classical, to jazz, to world music and much more. This rich and distinctive program features renowned artists and musical virtuosos ready to be discovered. More than 30 free concerts will be performed on the stages of the Tremblant pedestrian village, as well as in the Old Tremblant Village and Centre-Ville areas of Mont-Tremblant.


Take part in a festive and lively atmosphere in Tremblant this summer!

Nice warm sunshine for our last ski weekend!

Spring is finally starting to feel like spring! With temperatures above 15 degrees Celsius, we have an unbelievably warm and sunny weekend on the horizon to end our ski season. Celebrate our last two days on the slopes with us, April 16 and 17, and enjoy the barbecues on the terraces of both the Grand Manitou at the summit and the Fourchette du Diable at the north side base.

More than 60 trails will be available this weekend via the Flying Mile, TGV, Duncan, Expo, Cabriolet and Magic Carpet lifts. Spring conditions are at their best with a nice soft snow cover. A perfect end of the season workout for your legs!

Entertainment-wise, stop by the Place Saint-Bernard to soak up some rays and enjoy the music of DJ Bubu from 12 am to 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday. There will also be a show by Marc Parent accompanied by a saxophonist on Saturday from 3 pm to 4:30 pm!

For this last bonus weekend, adult tickets are on sale for $ 49.99 online and at the ticket counter. Kids? They ski for free! One child 12 and under accompanied by a paying adult can ski for $ 0 on both days!

Long live spring skiing! 🙂