Our teams are recovering from the events of the last 2 weeks and continue their work to open as much skiable terrain as possible with the current conditions. We currently have close to 30 trails open on the mountain and this number will increase in the following days as our snow grooming team prepares new trails to expand the terrain and offer a greater variety of trails to skiers and snowboarders. With that said, with the colder temperatures in the past few days, we plan on opening a total of 40 trails over the weekend, including some in natural snow thanks to the most recent snow falls we received.

Plus, alpine touring is now allowed on the mountain. Indeed, 80% of our uphill trails will open on Thursday, December 14, from the North and South base. Ski trails in which alpine touring is permitted are Nansen on the South side and Beauchemin on the North side. As of in-forest trails, you can take Nord-Sud, Timber, Grand-Nord, Vertigo, as well as the upper part of Sasquatch. You can see which trails are open before you visit on our mountain report and don’t forget to get your daily access or your alpine touring pass before starting your ascent. We would also like to remind you that alpine touring is allowed only during our operation hours.

For snowpark enthusiasts, we have some good news for you! The Progression snowpark in the Lower Alpine trail opens this Thursday with 2 jumps and 6 modules. Also, our snowpark team is actively working on the Mitik terrain park (Sissy Schuss trail) to install a few modules, with opening planned for next week. Keep an eye on our Parcs Tremblant Instagram page for updates.

Another addition awaiting you as of Saturday is the beginning of first tracks. Ski as of 7:45 AM, 45 minutes before the regular opening of the mountain, on freshly groomed trails on the North side to start your day on the right foot. Get your access ticket now, or your privilege bundle to have access all season.

Finally, this Saturday is the very first Super Demo Day of the season at the foot of the South side trails. As of 8:30 AM, you can try ski and snowboard equipment. You’ll find there next season’s models from several big brands, such as Burton, Atomic, Salomon and many other. It’s free and open to all!

This week, Tremblant is hosting the Women’s Alpine Skiing NORAM Cup. In the Flying Mile trail, skiers from several nations will be racing in giant slalom and slalom from Wednesday to Saturday. On Wednesday and Thursday, the giant slalom races will occupy the trail all the way to the pedestrian village. Access to the South base is still skiable via the Onésime trail. On Friday and Saturday, the race will stop at the Bière-en-Bas trail exit, which means that access to the South base will come back to regular standards via the Johannsen trail. We invite you to come and cheer on the athletes during the runs.


For live snow conditions, see our mountian report on our website or download the Tremblant mobile app.