Snow making production is going very well this week with the cold temperatures resurfacing following last week’s milder weather.

As of today, we have 79 trails open on the mountain with many in natural snow thanks to the latest snow accumulations. This represents therefore more than 570 acres of skiable terrain and 76% of our trails that are open to the general public.


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As mentioned, the colder temperatures allowed us to make a very good snow production and it continues on the mountain. Our snow making team is working to snow as many trails as possible to reach 100% open trails as soon as possible. We are also hoping to open more slopes for the weekend with the snow forecast of Thursday to Saturday is Mother Nature allows us. We recommend you to keep an eye on our mountain report to know the opening status of our trails and lifts for your visit.


Following last weekend’s events, the Soleil lift is now back in operation since Wednesday morning. The power outage of Sunday morning unfortunately caused some damage to the lift, that has been closed since the incident. We’d like to thank the lift maintenance team for their excellent work to repair it as fast as possible, so you can enjoy the slopes on the Soleil side at their best. The Edge side, for its part, will be open to skiers and snowboarders as of Friday morning.

Good news for snowpark enthusiasts! A first section of the Adrénaline snowpark will be open as of Saturday in the top of the Curé Deslauriers trail. Many modules will be at your disposal to showcase your skills and have fun. Jumps and other modules further down the trail are under construction as we speak and will open in the following days. Stay tuned, we’ll keep you updated on the Parcs Tremblant social media pages.

Weekend’s event

The second Super Demo Day of the season is happening on Saturday, January 14, at the foot of the South side slopes. Several leading brands in the ski industry will be there to let you try this season’s products, like Salomon, Atomic, Rossignol and Burton. This is the perfect opportunity to try your next pair of skis or snowboard!

Also, Ikon Pass holders have an exclusive access to first tracks this Sunday January 15. They can therefore arrive as of 7:30 AM, which is 15 minutes before the regular access to first tracks, to the gondola and the Duncan lift on the North side to be the very first ones to ski on the mountain.


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