The ski season has not yet said its last word, we still have a lot of snow on the mountain and we invite you to come and make the most of it until the end!

We still have 81 open ski runs across 3 sides, our 3 terrain parks, and the majority of our ski lifts are in operation every day. Unfortunately, the Edge side is closed for the rest of the season. Ski conditions are spring-like, and the upcoming days are expected to be beautiful and warm. We invite you all to come and enjoy it to the fullest. We encourage you to check our mountain report for real-time updates on ski conditions and the opening status of ski runs and lifts.

 

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Despite the mixed weather conditions and the power outage on Wednesday, we were back in operation on Thursday morning. Nature unleashed itself on the resort this Wednesday with significant rain, freezing rain, sleet, extreme winds, and even a lightning warning. Therefore, we had decided to only open the beginner areas at the base of the mountain (magic carpets) and not operate any aerial lifts. However, a mid-day power outage affected our operations and the pedestrian village, forcing us to close the beginner areas for the rest of the day.

Our amazing snow grooming team worked very hard on Wednesday night to get the ski runs back in order and offer you the best possible snow conditions. Therefore, our skiable terrain opened gradually on Thursday morning, allowing our teams enough time to ensure that the slopes were in good condition. We take this opportunity to congratulate them on their excellent work following these events beyond our control!

 

This Weekend’s Events

We have a varied program for this Easter long weekend with entertainment, music, and events for all tastes and ages on the mountain and in the pedestrian village.

Burton El Nino/El Rigleto

See you and your mini riders this Saturday for the Burton El Nino/El Rigleto, a snowboard camp for kids aged 12 and under who want to learn or perfect their freestyle skills. Register them online now!

Easter Celebrations

This year, celebrate Easter with us in the pedestrian village this Sunday and enjoy a ton of entertainment for the whole family! Chocolate egg distribution, interactive games, musical entertainment, and face painting for children are waiting for you. See the detailed schedule here.

L’Après-Ski Place Saint-Bernard

Enjoy the sun and après-ski at Place Saint-Bernard to end your day of skiing with friends or family in a musical and friendly atmosphere. Whether you’re on a terrace or on the dance floor, the good vibe awaits you!

Musical Entertainment on the North Side Presented by Coca-Cola

Ski to the sound of turntables on the North side and take a well-deserved break in the sun on our terrace with our guest DJ. If you feel like it, you can even have an afternoon snack at the Nomade.

 

For live snow conditions, see our mountain report on our website or download the new Tremblant mobile app. Have a great long weekend and have fun on the slopes!