Since its opening in 1939, Tremblant has been an exceptional ski destination where nature, mountains and pleasure converge. Over the years, it has become a renowned international 4-season destination, with its unique European flair, Quebec culture and joie de vivre. Massive new investments in mountain infrastructure are now consolidating the mountain’s status as a top ski destination in eastern North America.

Here are the top 10 reasons to pick Tremblant for a winter vacation:

1. The largest lift-serviced ski area in Eastern Canada

Spanning an impressive 755 acres of skiable terrain, Tremblant proudly boasts its status as the largest lift-serviced ski area in Eastern Canada. With an extensive network of 81.9 km of trails interconnected by 14 ski lifts, Tremblant promises an exhilarating experience for all skill levels.

2. A welcoming pedestrian village

With its user-friendly configuration, the pedestrian village invites you to immerse yourself in Quebec culture. What better way to relax than putting your car keys away during your stay? Find everything you need at walking distance: restaurants, boutiques, spas, entertainment, a food market and even a SAQ store (Quebec liquor store).

3. Lodging options for all tastes and budgets

Tremblant offers a wide range of accommodations: modern and luxury hotels, with ski-in ski-out access or at the heart of the pedestrian village, slopeside condos or town houses on the golf course… Whether you are with your colleagues, friends, family or by yourself, you will find an option adapted to your needs.

4. Major investments

As the Tremblant World Cup approaches, a series of comprehensive infrastructural upgrades are being implemented. Notable enhancements include the augmentation of snowmaking capacity on the Flying Mile trail and the installation of modernized electrical and communication conduits on the South Side. Important utility upgrades encompass the replacement of sewer and aqueduct pipelines within the South Side area.

In a separate investment, the integration of RFID technology at all lift access points promises streamlined entry processes for attendees. Access to lifts will be possible by passing through a gate which will read the content of skiers’ and snowboarders’ cards via Radio Frequency IDentification. Thus, the gate will open automatically as they pass.

5. Award-winning restaurants and après-ski

Tremblant’s reputation transcends its slopes, boasting award-winning restaurants and iconic après-ski experiences. Indulge in diverse menus that span from breakfast to dinner, and bask in the sun on inviting terraces. A highlight not to be missed is a visit to the renowned Le P’tit Caribou, hailed as one of the world’s finest après-ski bars for over two decades.

6. A multitude of activities

Activities on the slopes are at their best with plenty of snow, trails for all levels and a top-notch snow school. They are complemented by a host of other outdoor activities: snowshoeing, alpine or cross-country skiing, horse-drawn carriage, snowmobiling… everything for everyone! And if you wish to spend the day relaxing indoors, spas, swimming pools, massage, entertainment, shopping and casino… no one can get bored here!

7. A warm, typically Quebecois atmosphere!

Come experience the joie-de-vivre! The essence of Quebec culture is interwoven into Tremblant’s pedestrian village. Meander through shops and restaurants showcasing local and international specialties, all while immersing yourself in the warm and vibrant atmosphere that only Tremblant can offer.

8. Captivating events

The resort offers a varied program throughout the year, from sports and charitable events to musical performances aplenty. Winter brings its own charm, when the pedestrian village comes alive with energy and festivity. The magical holiday decor creates a cozy and festive atmosphere

9. Excellent snow conditions

With the largest fleet of snow guns in North America and a dedicated team of snowmaking experts, Tremblant ensures excellent snow conditions. In addition, the mountain gets nearly 4 metres of natural snow annually, on average. On mornings following snowstorms, don’t miss First Tracks.

10. Closer than you think!

Tremblant is less than two hours from three metropolitan areas. You can reach it from Montreal in 90 minutes and from Ottawa in 2 hours by car. From Toronto, flights take you there in only 65 minutes. From international destinations, a daily shuttle service is available from Trudeau International Airport.