Update on the heart of ski season

Mountain OPS update

The season is now well underway! Seeing as we have snow in sufficient quantities to support a good ski base, the snowmaking operations are now completed for the season. With our daily grooming operations and the occasional snowfall, we expect to maintain beautiful conditions until spring. Furthermore, according to the snowfall forecasted for tonight, we will be offering more than 90 runs this weekend; with over 600 acres of land available, there is definitely something for everyone!


Upcoming events


On a course composed of turns, jumps and bumps typical of a snowboardcross event, participants will start in waves of four and try to finish in the top two to qualify for the next round. Two events will take in place Tremblant in the coming weeks. At the NorAm competition on January 27th and 28th, you can come admire and cheer on athletes from around the world competing during the Tremblant stop of the North American Snowboardcross tour. At the Quebec Cup and FIS, from January 31st to February 1st, don’t miss your chance to walk away with a medal; the competition is open to all!

For more details, visit quebecsnowboard.ca



The Legends Classic is back! Hosted by the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame & Museum, in conjunction with Tremblant and the Club de Ski Mont-Tremblant, the event will be held on Sunday, February 1. Participants and spectators are invited to the Giant Slalom, open to all levels: juniors, adults and legends (60 years old and over). There will be prizes for the best vintage ski costumes and the André Charron Cup will be awarded to the best time of the day in both gender categories. Racers, are you ready?

Learn more on Tremblant.ca


With all these big events, we can sometimes use a helping hand! Would you like to get involved in Tremblant life, be part of a dynamic and fun team, all the while earning free ski days? Become a volunteer for Tremblant events and discover the excitement of being behind the scenes of some of our major events. If you are interested and want more information, please contact: evenements@tremblant.ca or 819 681-3000 # 36594

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3 replies
  1. Sandra
    Sandra says:

    The web cam at the summit has not been working for over a week. Since the snow and weather report no longer gives the temperature at the summit, there is no way to know if there is an inversion. Today’s temperature at the base is -31C. If I knew it were warmer at the summit, I would go skiing today.

    Why does the format of Tremblant’s report have to be dictated by Intrawest in Denver? The new format is significantly less useful than the previous one for the specifics of our ski area.

  2. Mark
    Mark says:

    I agree with Sandra, the camera at the top is very important. I use it with my smart phone to see where the shortest lines are and to stay away from long ones from anywhere on the mountain. It needs to be a priority to get back online. I mentioned it a few times this season, and it does get repaired, but never for long 🙁

  3. Daniel
    Daniel says:

    They should have an app with up to minute lift wait times so we don’t have to log on to their website to see a webcam that may or may not have the board of lights in it 🙂

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