The entire Tremblant team wishes you a happy New Year filled with outdoor adventures and fun!

The new year brought the return of colder temperatures, allowing us to reopen our snow guns to prepare, touch up and open more trails on the mountain. Snow production therefore resumed on December 30. This snow making strategy combined with the great work of our grooming team resulted in an excellent recovery following last week’s rain. According to the forecast, we have in font of us several days with great snow production opportunities, particularly at night.

As of today, we have 51 trails open on 4 sides with the totality of our ski lifts, as well as two snowparks. This represents 55% of our skiing terrain. The Expo and Cossak trails on the North side were delivered Thursday morning to guests. We will also have the Toboggan and Tape-Cul trails on the Soleil side for the weekend, in addition to the McCulloch trail that will open in the following days. Finally, the preparation of the Adrénaline snowpark is still going on in the Promenade trail and we will be able to announce the opening day very soon. Stay tuned on the Parcs Tremblant Instagram page.

With the Holiday crowds, we would like to remind you of a few mountain safety rules. It is important to always stay vigilant, in control and aware of your surroundings when skiing to avoid accidents. Also, a reminder to alpine touring enthusiasts to always stay one behind the other and on the side of the trail while climbing the mountain on the designated trails for alpine touring, which are Nansen, Beauchemin and Algonquin. See the code of conduct and safety on the mountain, as well as the alpine touring safety rules on our website.


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Weekend Events

Holiday Atmosphere

Holiday festivities continue in the pedestrian village until January 7 inclusively with entertainment and activities everyday and for the entire family from 1 to 4 PM, such as hockey, musical atmosphere and various games. See the full schedule on our website.

Ikon Pass First Tracks

This Sunday, January 7, it is the return of the Ikon Pass first tracks! For the first time this season, Ikon Pass holders can ski as of 7:30 AM on our freshly groomed slopes, which is 15 minutes before the normal first tracks schedule. You can simply go directly to the gondola and Duncan lift to enjoy your privilege. No additional ticket required.

For real-time snow conditions, see our mountian report on our website or download the Tremblant mobile app. Happy skiing and happy New Year!