Snow has made a comeback at Tremblant with close to 30 cm of snow received in the past 7 days, including 5 cm in the last 24 hours.

This snow has done a lot of good to the mountain, we were able to reopen our glades and several trails in which ski conditions were marginal. We now have 100 trails open out of 102, our 4 sides and all of their ski lifts, as well as our 3 snowparks. This represents 99% of our skiing domain. While the weather has been challenging since the start of the season, our destination is very pleased to rank 2nd among Northeast ski resort ub terms of trails open and 1st in number of acres open, as we currently have 751 acres of skiable terrain open to skiers and snowboarders.

Terrain Park Etiquette

With our 3 terrain parks that are open to all, we find it important to do a quick reminder of the safety rules to take into account when using them. First, here are the 4 basic rules to know before entering a snowpark and use the different modules and jumps:

  1. Plan, inspect the modules, and make a plan.
  2. Learn, start small, and progress at your own pace.
  3. Look, observe before jumping, and clear the landing zones quickly.
  4. Know your limits, be cool, and stay in control.

Plus, here are a few rules to have a safe and fun experience in our snowparks:

  • Helmets: Helmets are mandatory for all park users across Quebec.
  • Stay clear of landing zones: It is very important to never ski or stop in landing zones, as a skier or snowboarder could land on you following his/her jump.
  • Know your limits: Always choose a feature that matches your skill level
  • Approach: Your approach, including your speed, balance and pre take-off stance, determine whether or not your trick will be successful.
  • Weather conditions: Weather conditions continually change throughout the day, so you need to adapt your speed and stance accordingly. If it’s icy, the surface is faster, and if it’s hot and sunny, the surface softens and slows you down.
  • Maneuvers: Inverted jumps are not recommended in the snowparks of Quebec ski areas due to the increased risk of serious injuries. Athletes who are members of an accredited federation or trained participants may perform this maneuver.
  • Know the different difficulty levels of feature: These signs indicate the size of the modules (jumps, ramps, etc.). Make sure you choose the right size for your skill level.

Weekend’s Events

Super Demo Day

The last Super Demo Day of the season is this Saturday! Come and try your next skis or snowboard, several big industry brands, such as Atomic, Salomon, Burton and Head among others, will be there all day at the foot of the South side slopes. Plus, it’s free!

Washington Week

Washington Week animations end this Saturday with a dance party for the entire family. Join us to wrap up this week of activities and entertainment!

Touring at Night presented by the North Face

This Saturday is the Touring at Night presented by The North face event, back for an 8th edition. Participants will ascend the mountain in alpine touring from the South side to the top of the mountain, where they will be greeted by The North Face under their dome with goodies. They will then ski down the mountain with a headlamp to the North side, to end the evening with a rustic dinner at La Fourchette du Diable, festivities and lots of fun!

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