Winter has not said its last word just yet! Snow and cold weather made a comeback this week, covering the mountain and trees with a beautiful white blanket.

With 4 weekends remaining to the ski season, conditions are still amazing. We have in fact received nearly 45 cm of fresh snow in the last 7 days, including 13 cm from Wednesday to Thursday, allowing us to keep a lot of skiing terrain and several glades open, in addition to sub-zero temperatures which have greatly helped keep trails in good condition. This snow also allowed us to reopen the majority of our snowshoe and alpine touring trails, making many people happy. Currently, we have 74 trails open on 3 sides, representing 78% of our ski area, our 3 terrain parks, as well as 13 our of our 15 hiking trails. You can take a look at our mountain report at all time for the conditions and opening status of our slopes and ski lists.

As you can understand, the Edge side is now closed for the season. Following the weather variations and forecasts, we have made the decision to keep this side closed. The objective is to concentrate all our snow grooming efforts and staff on the heart of the mountain, which is the South, North and Soleil sides. We received good amounts of snow this week and expect excellent snow conditions for the next few days.

Additionally, with the sun setting later every day, our operation hours are also extended. In fact, the gondola and the Duncan lift now close at 4:30 PM on weekends only, then at 4 PM the rest of the week, until the end of the season.

As mentioned above, the snowshoe trails are still open, which also means that our Snowshoe and Fondue Tour activity is still in effect for the next few weeks. Have you ever tried it? This unique experience takes you down the mountainn on snowshoes after our operation hours, with a stop at Le Refuge du Trappeur to enjoy a fondue dinner in a cozy mountain atmosphere. You then end the evening by continuing your descent with headlamps via our trails to reach the illuminated pedestrian village. There are still a few places left in the coming weeks, so this is your chance to try it, don’t miss out!

The fun doesn’t stop on the slopes at Tremblant. We invite you to also come and enjoy our several terraces in the pedestrian village and to experience our world-renowned après-ski after your ski day!


Weekend Events

Spring entertainment continues this weekend with L’Après-Ski Tremblant at Place Saint-Bernard in the pedestrian village as of 2 PM, as well as on Sunday at the base of the North side outside La Fourchette du Diable at noon with a guest DJ, presented by Coca-Cola.

Have a great weekend and happy skiing!