That’s it! We are proud to announce that 100% of our skiable terrain is now open.

Our 102 trails and glades await you on the mountain with superb snow conditions on a terrain for every taste, style and level. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the operations and snow making teams for their excellent work these past months despite the weather that was sometimes difficult and capricious. They have succeeded brilliantly in delivering us quality trails at all times since the beginning of the season.

In addition to our 102 trails, our 3 snowparks are now open and completed, with the construction of the Mitik park in the Low Sissy slope which was completed last weekend. So whatever your skills, the mountain has the snowpark for you and to help you progress.

 

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Safety on the Mountain

On the occasion of our ski terrain being entirely open, we’d like to remind you of the code on conduct and safety on the mountain. For a safe day on the slopes, it is important to follow the fundamental rules of the ASSQ Mountain Code of Conduct, to respect the various safety rules, and to be aware of the different signs on the mountain to evolve in a safe environment on our ski trails. The Tremblant Ski Patrol also ensure your safety on the slopes through prevention and first aid services when needed. Regardless of your equipment – alpine skis, snowboard, telemark skis, or even specialized equipment for people with disabilities – these rules apply to all on the mountain. Be safety conscious, it’s your responsibility!

There are also safety rules for alpine touring, snowshoeing and in the snowparks on the mountain. Take note of these before your arrival for an optimal experience. To know the code of conduct on the mountain and safety rules and advices on the slopes, visit our website.

It’s your first time on skis or snowboard? We have a few tips to help you have a memorable and positive first experience on the snow and to safely attack the slopes. The Tremblant Snow School is also there to help you learn these sports gently all season. Tremblant also has multiple learning zones on 3 of its sides, like magic carpets and beginner slopes. Look for them before starting your descent ot maximize your learning.

Snow Conditions – Friday February 10

Due to the freezing rain on the night of Thursday to Friday, we unfortunately have to cancel the first tracks on Friday morning. The Soleil and Edge sides will also remain closed for the day. Our trails are in progressive opening in the morning to give time to our operations to make them safe to ski. A preventive snow grooming strategy has been put in place due to the weather conditions. The green runs have been groomed and are accessible to all from the opening of the mountain. We are very optimistic to reopen a lot of terrain for the weekend. We invite you to visit our mountain report regularly to stay up to date with the last changes.

This Weekend’s Event

Super Demo Day

The third and last Super Demo Day of the season is this Saturday at the bottom of the South side trails. It’s the perfect occasion to find your next ski or snowboard equipment by trying this year’s skis, snowboards and accessories. Several leading brands in the industry will be there, such as Salomon, Rossignol, Atomic, Smith, Burton, and many more. Take also advantage of promotional deals in the SMT stores for the occasion.

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