There are 2 weeks left to the 2023-24 ski season, come and make the most of it until the end!

Temperatures are rising everyday, spring skiing is definitely here at Tremblant. With the sun shining, the mountain offers beautiful spring skiing conditions across nearly 60 trails on 3 sides (South, North and Soleil), equivalent to 62% of our ski area. There are still 2 terrain parks open out of 3, as the Progression park closed for the season last week. According to the current forecasts, Mother Nature has snow expected for us from Wednesday evening until Friday morning, with approximately 15 cm (about 6 inches) of snow. This would allow us to reopen some trails where conditions have been rather marginal in anticipation of the weekend, so stay tuned. The season continues until April 14th, so don’t put away your skis and snowboard just yet!

Update Thursday April 4, 2024: The storm continues at the resort, bringing with it some complications both on the mountain and in the pedestrian village, affecting a portion of our operations. We received a few centimeters of snow overnight from Wednesday to Thursday, and it continues to fall throughout Thursday. We will have a better idea of the total snow storm accumulation by Friday morning. However, strong winds caused a power outage at the resort on Wednesday evening, impacting several areas of the resort until approximately noon on Thursday, including many shops and restaurants in the village. The mountain was open for skiing in the morning on the South and North sides, served by the gondola and the Flying Mile, Expo, and Lowell Thomas Express lifts, then only on the North side in the afternoon. We had to close the South side as the strong winds impacted the operations of our lifts. Shuttles were deployed to transport guest to the South side parkings from the North base. The status of trail and lift openings will be updated regularly in our mountain report throughout the day, we strongly recommend checking it before heading to the resort.

The sun is setting later and later each day, and temperatures are rising, but the nights remain cold. This allows our grooming teams to continue their hard work, ensuring the best possible conditions at all times. So our teams are currently in a transitional period. With unpredictable weather, we must adapt our grooming plan accordingly to consistently provide optimal skiing conditions. Our technique: working around the sun! We’ve put together a blog with some tips to help you make the most of your day on the slopes this spring—check out our advice here.

It’s still time to get or renew your Ikon Pass and Tonik ski pass for the 2024-25 season. Take advantage of our lowest prices of the year until April 18, inclusive. Additionally, all new passholders will have access to spring skiing starting from April 8, 2024. Another great reason to get your pass now! You can see our prices and perks of each pass online.

Our terraces await you every day in the pedestrian village and on the mountain, inviting you to soak in the sun and enjoy après-ski moments in good company. Whatever your preference or mood, we have the perfect terrace for you. Here’s our detailed guide to help you choose during your next visit to Tremblant this spring.

 

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Weekend’s Events

Caribou Cup – April 6

The famous Caribou Cup is back on April 6th! Will you be one of the brave souls daring enough to cross our pool at the base of the mountain? Don’t forget to don your finest costume and provide the spectators with a hilarious performance. Registration takes place on the morning of the event at Le P’tit Caribou in the pedestrian village.

Burton El Nino/El Rigleto – April 7

The Burton El Nino/El Rigleto is back on April 7. This year, our annual snowboard camp will take place at the base of the North side, where a park set-up will be specially built so your mini boarders can get initiated and practice their skills. Registration is now open, and will be available on the morning of the event inside La Fourchette du Diable. It’s free, see you then!

Spring Entertainment – Every weekend until April 14

Springtime animations continue this weekend at Place Saint-Bernard and on the North side with music all afternoon. Whether you’re soaking up the sun in the pedestrian village after a day of skiing or taking a break between runs at the base of the slopes, the atmosphere will be lively. Enjoy the tunes, the mountain views, and the vibrant spirit of spring at Tremblant!

 

Happy Spring Skiing!

MOUNTAIN REPORT