Another great week of skiing is coming to an end, with milder temperatures giving us a little sneak peek at spring.

We already are at the halfway point of the season, the entire Tremblant team hopes you enjoyed it at its fullest so far. But the fun is not over yet, we still have over 2 months of skiing and snowboarding left. The last few days have been warmer in regards of the weather, giving us spring-like and softer ski conditions. We were able to open all of our 102 trails over the last weekend, but we had to close some because of the marginal snow conditions and the milder temperatures. We still have 100 trails and glades open out of 102, with 3 terrain parks and all of our ski lifts.

As part of the Safety month presented by the ASSQ, our ski patrol team would like to remind you of some best practices when skiing. First, priority goes to the people in front of you on the slopes, so you need to always adapt you trajectory. Plus, at an intersection, priority goes tot he people who are above you on the merging trail. Last, the golden rule on the slopes is always control, so it is very important to always control your speed and trajectory to avoid accidents. And of course, you always have to respect the signage on the mountain, for example it is not permitted to ski on a trail that is marked with a closed sign. Find the code of conduct and safety on the mountain here.

Our patrollers and preventionists are also always here for you, come and meet them at the top of the mountain this weekend to discuss mountain safety with them under their tent at the gondola exit.

On February 10, Tremblant will be hosting for the very first time the Red Bull Raid. This event and competition consists of a timed alpine touring ascent of the Action trail on the Edge side, followed by a judged freeride run in Haute Tension. Those who want to participate and invited to register now on our website, there are still a few spots left in each category. Spectators are also welcomed at the bottom of the trail to cheer on the participants.


This Weekend’s Events

Ikon Pass First Tracks

This Sunday, February 4 is the 2nd morning of the season for the Ikon Pass First Tracks. Ikon Pass holders will be able to ski the first tracks for free as of 7:30 AM, which is 15 minutes before the regular first tracks schedule. They can simply go directly to the gondola or Duncan lift with their pass to access it.

For real-time snow conditions, see our mountian report on our website or download the Tremblant mobile app. Happy skiing!