Doubling up on cautiousness to ensure the wellness of its community as it reconnects with the many joys of winter, Tremblant is welcoming its first skiers and riders today, the official opening day of the 2020-21 season.

No fewer than 11 summit-to-base trails are open on the North and South Sides, a snowpark and 6 lifts are in operation for skiers here to appreciate the work of several teams tasked with sprucing up the mountain to offer enough skiable terrain and lifts to meet Public Health requirements. In fact, a number of Public Health and physical distancing measures have been carefully deployed on-mountain and in the pedestrian village to promote compliance and draw attention to the importance of everyone cooperating so as to ensure the perennity of our ski season.





Limited Access: Plan Ahead & Book In Advance

Priority access to the mountain is given to season passholders and planning your visit by purchasing day lift tickets in advance for specific dates is important. Skier visits may at times be monitored to align with physical distancing guidelines, so pre-booking lodging stays and on-site activities are also strongly advised.

Find out everything there is to know about Tremblant’s winter experience, its activities, businesses, restaurants and lodging establishments via tremblant.ca.