Over 1,400 kids ski free thanks to “Mon Tremblant”

From January 10 to 31, students from 10 elementary schools from neighboring municipalities received the gift of experiencing their mountain to the fullest, thanks to the “Mon Tremblant? program. Revelling in their day of on-slope discovery that includes a free introductory ski lesson and rental equipment, kids between the ages of 6 and 12 can subsequently ski for as little as $7.50 per day until the end of the 75th season with a 50% discount on additional lessons and rental equipment too. Accompanying adults also enjoy preferential rates on lift tickets.

We’ve been promoting a passion for skiing and the ski culture for 75 years, from one generation to the next. For our anniversary season, we’ll be encouraging the next generation more than ever, with increased access to the mountain,” explained Annique Aird, Vice-President of Sales, Marketing and Communications at Station Mont Tremblant.

Schools included in this program are Pavillon Fleur-Soleil, Pavillon La Ribambelle, Pavillon Tournesol, Pavillon Trois-Saisons, École L’Arc-en-ciel, École L’Odyssée, École La Relève, École Le Carrefour, École Le Tremplin and Arundel Elementary School.

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