Here we go, we are ready to kick off the 2023-24 ski season!

Mother Nature gave us a hard time at the beginning of November, but our teams have been hard at work to get the mountain ready. Our snow making team has therefore been constantly on the lookout, since the snow gun launch on October 29, in order to select the best days for snow production and make the necessary adjustment when needed. With the colder weather windows over the last few days, snow making has progressed enormously on the mountain and we are now ready to open this new ski season.


This Thursday, November 23, for the 2023-24 ski season opening day, we’ll have a total of 6 trails open on 2 sides, including a ski route from the top of the mountain to the North side base and a second one to the mid-mountain on the South side with the TGV lift. Return to the South base will therefore be by gondola for the first few days of the season due to several insfrastructure work in the Johannsen trail. We are also happy to share that preparation for our 2 major events, the Tremblant World Cup and the 24h Tremblant, are progressing well. We look forward to welcoming you to the North and South base on Thursday, November 23!

Trails and Lifts Open as of Thursday, November 23

Ski Trails

  • P’tit Bonheur
  • Lower Beauchemin
  • Upper Beauvallon
  • La Crête
  • Alpine
  • Onésime for new skiers and snowboarders

Ski Lifts

  • Duncan Express
  • Lowell Thomas Express
  • TGV
  • Gondola to access the top of the mountain and come back to the South base
  • Cabriolet

We will also have a few park features on the upper Alpine trail as of November 23 for snowpark fans. We plan to open 3 additional trails over the weekend thanks to colder temp windows as of Friday that will allow us to continue and finish making snow in them. So this looks great for us to deliver new trails next week.



2023-24 Ski Season Opening Day

Come and celebrate this new ski season with us on the South side Thursday morning, November 23! We will be there as of 8AM on the red carpet to wish you all a great season. We will have music and hot chocolate thanks to Red Bull and Van Houtte, to keep you warm to make you dance before taking the gondola and hitting the slopes.

Plus, we’ll have offers all opening weekend on Red Bull and Van Houtte products at the Grand Manitou cafeteria at the top of the mountain and at La Fourchette du Diable on the North side.

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