More than half of the ski season has already passed, but we continue our efforts to offer you the best snow conditions at all times!

Despite Mother Nature’s vagaries of the last few days, we are proud to have the majority of our trails still open and skiable on the mountain. Our teams are working hard to keep the trails in good condition despite the milder temperatures of the past few days. On this subject, the Edge side was therefore closed on Wednesday and Thursday due to the weather conditions. It will be back in operation as of Friday.


We were treated with spring skiing conditions at the beginning of the week with warmer temps, but this will change by the weekend with more normal and colder temperatures. Our snow team will therefore take this opportunity to do an intensive snow grooming operation in the night of Thursday to Friday with the return of the cold.  This will allow us to open back all our trails as quickly as possible for the weekend, and with excellent snow conditions.

Wednesday’s rain meant that we had to proceed to a progressive opening of our trails on Thursday morning. Many of them were therefore closed all day because of the weather. A return to normal is planned for Friday morning. We take this opportunity to remind you to always check our mountain report before you arrive at the resort to know the opening status of trails and ski lifts.

What to Do This Weekend at the Resort

This Saturday marks the beginning of school breaks with Washington Week. For the occasion, we’ll have entertainment, interactive games, hot chocolate distribution and a musical atmosphere all week in the pedestrian village. Participate also to the dancing evenings on Saturday night as of 7 PM. You can find the complete schedule on our website.

Upcoming Events

It is now time to register for some of our March events! Alpine touring lovers, you can now register for the Festival Rando Alpine Tremblant presented by The North Face that will take place on March 17 and 18. Many activities are offered, like the fatbike descent and the night crossing. Don’t wait too long, spots will run out fast!

And for snowpark enthusiasts, registration for Jamigos on March 25 are now open on our website. Join us for a spring day with friends in the Adrénaline snowpark remodeled for the occasion. On the schedule, DJ, jam, entertainment and several participation prizes await you all day. Register now online, it’s free!

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