November 2, 2021 update

Vaccination passport required for ski season

Following public health directives, we confirm that Tremblant will apply all the required safety measures for the ski season. This includes a control of the vaccination passport for skiers.

We are currently working on a comprehensive plan to offer you the best skiing experience. This information will follow in the coming days.


September 1, 2021 update

Vaccination passport in force from September 1

As of September 1, the vaccination passport will allow access to certain non-essential places or activities only to people who are adequately protected against COVID-19. The places and activities at the Resort targeted by this new measure are as follows:

  • Restaurants & bars (including terraces and dining rooms and excluding take-out counters);
  • Events taking place outside and where the number of participants exceeds 50 people (eg golf tournaments);
  • Indoor activities;
  • Casino;
  • Congress rooms;
  • Training rooms.

Note that the vaccination passport is not required to access lodging establishments, spas and massage therapy services.

To this end, a mobile application allowing visitors to present their QR code and businesses to validate it is now available: VaxiCode Consult the help guide. Photo ID will be required to approve the access and to validate ages of children under 12 years.

Instructions for travellers to Québec

People travelling to Québec must show photo ID and proof issued by their country or Canadian province that they have had two doses of one of the following recognized vaccines: Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Covishield, Janssen (only one dose required).

Places Where the Passport is Required

Activity

Passport required

Arcade Realite Virtuelle Tremblant YES
Biking no
Birds of prey YES
Casino YES
Croisière Tremblant /Cruise YES
Dune Buggy no
Fishing no
Hiking no
Horse-back riding no
Karting YES
Kayak double YES
Kayak single no
Le Studio Créatif no
Luge YES
Massage no
Mini-Golf Le Petit Géant YES
Mission Laser YES
Mission Liberte YES
Paddleboard no
Paintball YES
Panoramic Gondola no
Rafting YES
Spa no
Tonga Lumina yes
Via Ferrata no
Ziptrek no
Motorised boat rental no

Restaurants and bars

Passport required

Altitude Fruits de mer et grillades (Casino) YES
Axe (Fairmont) YES
Bistro Au Grain De Café YES
Bullseye Saloon Bar & Grill YES
Café d’époque Nightclub YES
Café Johannsen YES
Casey’s Resto-bar YES
Chocolato / LOOKOO NO
Fat Mardi’s YES
Fluide, bar à jus YES
Grand Manitou NO
La Forge Bistro-bar & Grill YES
La Pizzateria YES
La Savoie YES
Le Comptoir (Fairmont) YES
Le P’tit Caribou YES
Le Q.G. YES
Maison de la crêpe YES
Microbrasserie La Diable YES
O Wok YES
Resto-bar Le Shack YES
Ricochet (Fairmont) YES
SoCal Kitchen YES
Starbucks No
Yaoooo Pizza Bar YES

Gourmet Shops

Passport required

Beignes d’Antan no
Chocolaterie Rocky Mountain no
La Cabane à sucre de la montagne no
Oh La Vache no
Place Bonbon no
Pop & Co. no
Queues de Castor no
Queues de Castor et Crèmerie Moozoo no
Viva Thé no

Past updates

August 1, 2021 update

According to the government’s Monday, August 1 reopening plan, public health measures have relaxed further, allowing the following:
  • Alcohol sales permitted until 1 a.m. in establishments such as bars, restaurants, and microbreweries

July 12, 2021 update

According to the government’s Monday, July 12 reopening plan, relaxed public health measures include:
  • The physical distancing between people from different households drops from 2 metres to 1 metre, both indoors as well as outdoors.
  • There will no longer be capacity restrictions in retail stores.

June 28, 2021 update

Tremblant now in the green zone!

Deconfinement is picking up the pace: the Laurentians region is now in the green zone! Here are the changes we’ll see in Tremblant:

Indoor or outdoor gatherings

  • Indoor gatherings can now be held between the occupants of 3 households.
  • A maximum of 10 people from different households or all occupants from 3 households can gather outdoor and on balconies.

Basic health instructions must be followed at all times.

Restaurants

  • All restaurants can now operate without restrictions. No more reservations required.
  • The occupants of a maximum of 3 private residences for a maximum of 10 persons can share the same table.
  • The outdoor terraces can accommodate a maximum of 20 people per table.

Bars, breweries, taverns, casinos

  • Bar terraces are now open! These establishments will welcome 50% capacity with seating only.
  • The Casino Mont-Tremblant is open since June 21st with fun games and good food on the menu! Reservation is required.

Outdoor Sports and Activities

  • Supervised sports and recreational activities may be now carried out in groups of up to 50 individuals, in addition to any officials, staff members and volunteers.
Tremblant Health Measures

Tremblant now in the yellow zone!

Deconfinement is picking up the pace: the Laurentians region is now in the yellow zone! Here are the changes we’ll see in Tremblant:

Indoor or outdoor gatherings

  • Indoor gatherings can now be held between the occupants of 2 households.
  • Maximum of 8 people from different households or all occupants from 2 households can gather outdoor and on balconies.

Basic health instructions must be followed at all times.

Restaurants

  • All restaurants can now operate without restrictions. No more reservations required.
  • The occupants of a maximum of two private residences can share the same table.

Bars, breweries, taverns, casinos

  • Bar terraces are now open! These establishments will welcome 50% capacity with seating only.
  • The Casino Mont-Tremblant will be reopening on June 21st with fun games and good food on the menu!

Outdoor Sports and Activities

  • Supervised sports and recreational activities may be now carried out in groups of up to 25 individuals, in addition to any officials, staff members and volunteers.

Welcome to the orange zone!

One more step towards deconfinement: the Laurentians region is now in the orange zone! Here are the measures that will be positively affected by this change:

Opening of dining rooms

  • Indoor dining is now possible! Restaurants will be able to reopen their dining rooms. Note that reservations are required.

Indoor sports and recreation

  • Training centers can once again welcome their customers. Hotels will therefore see the reopening of their gyms.
  • Indoor activities can also operate again. Good news for our many all-season activities

Supervised sports and recreation permitted outdoors

  • Ride, hike, run with your friends! (keeping a 2m distance) Contactless and outdoor sports activities can now accommodate up to 12 people.
  • With the warm weather coming, the opening of the swimming pools is much appreciated! Hotel spas and pools can now open.

Measures in effect from Friday May 28, 2021

Long-awaited news was unveiled on this last week of May. The deconfinement will be starting soon! Among other things, the Quebec government is announcing the lifting of travel bans between regions (except, for now, visitors from Ontario).

How will these relaxed health measures affect your next visit to Tremblant? Here’s what you need to know:

Withdrawal of curfew

  • A little more time in the pedestrian village? Why not! With the removal of the curfew, activities like Tonga Lumina will be able to open for the summer season.
  • Hotel check-in procedures will also be easier without the curfew.

Terrace openings

QUEBEC DECONFINEMENT PLAN

Outdoor activities

  • Groups of up to 8 people can come together for non-contact activities.
  • At Tremblant, masks are always mandatory in the queues, in the lifts (Panoramic gondola, chair lift and Cabriolet) and inside public spaces.

Of course, basic sanitary measures are still in place and wearing a face covering is recommended in any public area.

Further measures will be relaxing in stages in the coming weeks, depending on the epidemiological situation and vaccination coverage. To find out about all of the measures in place, click here.

Here is a reminder of the ongoing measures:

  • Hand washing when entering an establishment;
  • Wearing a face covering in establishments, in queues and lifts;
  • Respecting a distance of 2 meters with others.

Your collaboration is important. If you have symptoms of COVID-19, get well soon and please visit us at another time.

For everything you need to know about sanitary measures at Tremblant, like what to know before your arrival as well as during your visit, we invite you to check our Health Measures page:

TREMBLANT HEALTH MEASURES

Your well-being is our priority. We look forward to seeing you soon!