The mountain is getting ready to host the 24h Tremblant 2019 edition and the event tents are already spread over the South Base while the big stage is being set up just a few steps away from the Télécabine Express. The excitement is palpable… It is indeed this weekend, from December 6 to 8, that the most important ski fundraising event in North America will be held, here, at home. Thousands of people will meet once again this weekend both on the ski hill and on the walking and running course to join the cause. Which team did you support this year? Watch the program and fill up your weekend with the free entertainment, activities and shows and don’t forget to come cheer on the teams who have raised funds for children in need.

Although some trails will be closed for the event, the snow-making team has been in production 24 hours a day for the past week to ensure the general public accesses new terrain during the event. Cold nights have been offering excellent production temperatures and, according to weather forecasts, we can predict that at least 35 trails will be open over the weekend, including those reserved for the event. The Nansen trail will be open from top to bottom and you will also be able to access modules in the upper Sissy Schuss on the North Side. In addition, the Express Flying Mile lift will be open all weekend.

Following, please find the list of trails that will only be accessible to 24h Tremblant participants, from noon Saturday to noon Sunday. Reopening at noon on Sunday, December 8:

  • Crête
  • Upper Beauvallon and Lower Beauvallon
  • Alpine
  • Mi-chemin
  • Bière en bas
  • Roy Scott

We wish you a great 24h Tremblant weekend!



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