One month of skiing left to the season and the conditions are still excellent on the mountain!

The mountain is still covered of snow despite the spring weather, and we are proud to offer our entire skiable domain to skiers and snowboarders with 102 trails, 3 snowparks, our 14 ski lifts, and all of our uphill trails for alpine touring. Our teams continue their constant efforts to offer you the best possible snow conditions at all times!


Snow conditions ressemble more and more to spring skiing conditions with the temps going up slowly every day. We would like to advise you to adapt your ski session according to the weather and the sun’s orientation to ski on the best possible conditions, as well as adapt your ski wear with a multi-layer system.

This Sunday, March 19, is the last day of the season to enjoy the first tracks. Come and ski one last time before everyone else on our freshly groomed trails as of 7:45 AM.

2023-24 Ski Passes On Sale

It is already time to start thinking about your next ski season. Get your Ikon Pass as of March 16 for an unlimited access to Tremblant and ski at 50+ destinations across the world. Plus, new Ikon pass holders get to access spring skiing this season as of April 3. Tonik passes will be on sale on Tuesday, March 22. Tonik pass holders will be able to ski a maximum of 112 days during the 2023-24 ski season. It is the ideal time to prepare your next ski season, and to renew or get your 23-24 season pass at our lowest prices.

An annoucement was also made this week about the introduction to the RFID technology for next season. Therefore sccess to all lifts will be possible by passing through a gate which will read the content of skiers’ and snowboarders’ cards via Radio Frequency IDentification. Tremblant is very happy to announce this news for the 2023-24 ski season and hope you will be pleased about it too! Read the article here.

What to Do This Weekend at the Resort

The Festival Rando Alpine Tremblant is back at the resort on Friday and Saturday (March 17-18) with outdoor activities for alpine touring and fatbike enthusiasts. We invite you to discover the program on our website, and to register if not already done. There are still a few spots left for each activity.

We also invite you all to the Watch Party Evening presented by The North Face on Friday night to kick off the Festival Rando Alpine. On the schedule, adventure, ski and snowboard films, pizza, and goodies from our partners, all in a friendly atmosphere. Tell your friends about it, the evening is free and open to all! Meet us as of 7 PM at the Chalet des Voyageurs.

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