What a great early season we’re having!

The snow-making temperatures, as well as the significant snowfall of the last few days, have helped us to offer our skiers more than 45 trails today and up to 60 by the end of the weekend. As of Friday, don’t miss the opening of the Flying Mile lift and on Saturday, the opening of the Soleil and Le Edge sides!

Our mountain operations team have been able to deliver exceptional conditions since the beginning of the season. Their hard work, with the help of Mother Nature, allows us to offer first tracks skiing a week earlier than scheduled. Prepare your equipment since this Saturday is when they start up again! In addition, the skating rink on the chapel grounds will also open on Saturday.

We’re looking forward to having a holiday season that will rank among the best in terms of ski terrain!


Snow Park enthusiasts will be delighted to know that snowmaking has also started in the Adrenaline Park area, which we hope to open before the end of December. An opening this early has never be seen for the snowpark!


Snow has made its way into the touring trails! Starting this weekend, some alpine touring trails will be accessible to ski mountaineering fans.


Last December 8-9-10, the 17th edition of the 24h Tremblant took place, where 3,317 participants skied, raced and walked for children’s causes. All donations raised during this event totaled $ 3,868,742. It’s a record in terms of donations! Once again, thank you to all those who have participated from near and far to help the children.

24h Closing Ceremony – 10 DEC 2017 ©GaryYee Tremblant


If you’re in Tremblant this Saturday, December 16, come to the Super Demo to try out next year’s ski and snowboard models and compare before buying your new equipment. Meet us at the South Side base from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm.

For the little ones, an introduction to snowboarding is planned for Saturday afternoon. Discover the Burton El Rigleto in the Onésime beginner zone from 1 p.m.