With only 3 weeks left to the ski season, spring is really starting to be felt on the mountain and in the pedestrian village.

The sun and warmer temperatures will increasingly make an appearance in the coming days to officially kick off the spring skiing season at Tremblant. We still have over 60 full-width trails open on the South, North, and Soleil sides, as well as the majority of our uphill trails. Last week’s cold weather greatly helped us maintain skiing conditions and gave a significant boost to our operations to ensure the end of the season. The wind and rain forecasted for Wednesday forced us to close several slopes during the day to keep them in good condition and be able to open them for the long Easter weekend, which is expected to be quite busy. We are very confident in delivering a maximum number of slopes with spring-like conditions.

You can at all times consult our mountain report to know in real time the opening status of our ski slopes, ski lifts, and hiking/uphill trails, as well as our opening hours.

We still have 2 terrain parks open on the mountain; however, we are in the process of removing several features due to snow melting and rising temperatures in the coming days. The snowpark team will be taking down the modules and dismantling the jumps in the Progression park, which will be closed for the season starting Thursday. Additionally, a few modules in the Promenade section of the Adrenaline park will also be removed. But don’t worry, we’ll still have the Mitik park on the North side, as well as all the modules in the upper part of the Adrenaline park and the jumps. The season isn’t over yet in our terrain parks—come and enjoy them to the fullest until the end!

The Burton El Nino/El Rigleto event is back on April 7, and this year, our annual snowboarding camp will take place at the bottom of the North side where we’ll set up a special terrain park for the occasion. Young snowboarders aged 12 and under can get initiated and practice their park skills during this free event dedicated to them. Registrations are now open online and will also be available on the morning of the event at La Fourchette du Diable. We can’t wait to see your little shredders show off their talent!

Spring skiing is just beginning at Tremblant, with only a few weeks left in the season. We invite you to make the most of it until April 14, and also enjoy our après-ski in the pedestrian village on one of our sunny terraces for a drink with friends or a well-deserved meal with loved ones after hitting the slopes.


Weekend’s Events

Easter Celebrations – March 31

The Easter bunny is coming to Tremblant on Sunday. Join us from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM in the pedestrian village for a multitude of activities for all ages, like a Easter egg hunt, make-up booth, interactive games, musical atmosphere, and meet Toufou and Marc-Ambulles. Fun for the entire family! See the full program here.

Spring Entertainment – Saturday and Sunday Afternoon

Spring entertainment continues this weekend at Place Saint-Bernard for the Après-Ski Tremblant. From 2:00 PM, enjoy music and various entertainment to liven up your après-ski experience. Additionally, at the base of the North slope, outside La Fourchette du Diable, there will be a guest DJ presented by Coca-Cola from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Relax in a laid-back atmosphere between your ski runs!

Happy skiing and have a great long Easter weekend!