UPDATE – November 24, 2015
The slightly cooler temperatures of recent days have encouraged our snow making operations. We’ve enjoyed good conditions during the day with the thermometer sometimes reaching the -10? Celsius mark at night! Current weather allows us at this time to produce snow 24 hours a day. We are therefore pleased to announce that the opening is still scheduled for Thursday, where skiers and snowboarders will be welcomed at the Express Gondola as of 8:30 a.m. They can then access the Crête and P’tit Bonheur ski runs and the Lowell Thomas lift. And that is just beginning; our teams will work twice as hard in the coming days to provide more slopes for the weekend. We invite you to check snow conditions page to stay up-to-date on the latest trail openings.
UPDATE – November 20, 2015
Our teams remain on constant alert to start up our powerful snowmaking system as soon as conditions are favorable. In recent days we have worked on many slopes and the future is bright with colder temperatures ahead. In fact, several favorable snowmaking windows are emerging, including one in the night from Friday to Saturday which is certain to be a very productive evening. We are well positioned to deliver skiable terrain for next Thursday!
November 16, 2015
Owing to poor snowmaking temperatures and weather forecasts, we’ve decided to push back the opening date of our 2015-16 ski season.
The Tremblant Mountain Operations team is poised to maximize on cold snaps and snowmaking opportunities between now and opening date – Thursday November 26 – when we will welcome skiers and riders at 8:30 a.m.
Despite Mother Nature’s challenges, we are confident and enthusiastic about launching the ski season on November 26. For our very latest snowmaking news, check back for updates to this blog post.
UPDATES TO COME
Please refer to this article for updates, they will be posted here as more details become available.
Our conditions page will also be refreshed regularly : tremblant.ca/conditions