A great first week of skiing for the 2023-24 season!

We had a few good weather openings in the last few days for snow production. This allowed us to finalize the terrain preparation for our 2 big events, the World Cup and the 24h Tremblant. This past week, we also benefited from natural snow falls, which improves the ski conditions. Thank you Mother Nature!

For this weekend, we plan on adding the upper Lowell Thomas and La Traverse trails on the North side to open even more skiable terrain for our guests. Several other trails are getting ready to open, but with the temperatures rising in the next few days, we will not be able to deliver them in time for the weekend. Note that there is still no trail yet open to access the South base. Skiers and snowboarders must therefore take the gondola to get back down. But the North base is open with the Duncan lift for those who will park on the North side.

Trails and Lifts Open this Weekend


  • P’tit Bonheur
  • Upper and Lower Beauchemin
  • Upper Lowell Thomas
  • La Traverse
  • Upper Nansen
  • Mi-Chemin
  • Upper and Lower Alpine


  • Duncan Express
  • Lowell Thomas Express
  • Gondola Express
  • TGV
  • Cabriolet

For live snow conditions, see our mountian report on our website or download the Tremblant mobile app.

What to Expect During the Tremblant World Cup Weekend

The World Cup weekend in Tremblant promises to be two full days of entertainment in the pedestrian village, free shows open to all at Place des Voyageurs, athletic exploits on the Flying Mile track, and captivating discoveries for ski enthusiasts and families.

With excitement overflowing in the village and on the mountain, we’ve gathered relevant information to facilitate your visit to Tremblant on December 2 and 3, whether you want to attend the races or not.

Parking and Transportation

  • Parking lots and shuttles will operate as usual. You can check out the map on the following page: Parking and shuttle service at the Tremblant resort
  • 40 charging stations for electric cars are available in various parking lots in the pedestrian village. They are identified with a green icon and are reserved for electric cars only.
  • If you’re just coming to ski, head to the North side where you can ski back down to your car and access the slopes more easily. Please note that a shuttle will link the North and South sides between 7 a.m. and 1 a.m. on Saturday and between 7a.m. and 11p.m. on Sunday.

Access to the Ski Slopes

  • Access to the ski slopes can be done via the Express Gondola from the base of the South side as well as via the Duncan chair from the North base. The number of open trails and lifts is updated daily on the mountain report page.
  • Since the World Cup takes place in the lower part of the South side and occupies the slopes there, you will have to take the Express Gondola to go back down to this side.
  • The Onésime and Equilibre 1 & 2 learning areas will not be accessible the days before and during the event. However, a learning Zone will be installed at the summit on November 29, 30 and December 1.
  • The Snow School will be completely closed on Saturday and Sunday (except for seasonal programs).

Access to the Shops

  • As activities related to the World Cup are concentrated at the foot of the slopes and at the Place des Voyageurs, all shops and restaurants will remain accessible to the public. The same goes for activities.

Shows and Entertainment

  • On the evenings of Friday, December 1 and Saturday, December 2, free shows will be presented at Place des Voyageurs. Even if you’re not coming for the World Cup, take the opportunity to attend some awesome concerts! check out the programming on the following page: Program | World Cup Tremblant
  • There will also be entertainment and music in the pedestrian village throughout the weekend. Fun for everyone!

So, even if you come mainly to shred the ski slopes, enjoy the effervescent atmosphere of the Tremblant World Cup during your visit this weekend!

Happy Skiing!