This year, Tremblant was voted #1 Ski Resort in Eastern North America (including Canada and the USA) by SKI Magazine’s readers for the 18th time. Find out why!
1. Quick and Easy Access
Air Canada operates 4 flights per week between Toronto’s Pearson Airport and Mont-Tremblant (between December 18, 2015, and March 28, 2016), making it easier than ever to get to Tremblant. What’s more, Air Canada will give you two free lift tickets for Tremblant when you book your flight before December 21! See full offer details here.
2. Anything but Boring
From top to bottom in a few seconds? Skiing the same trail over and over? With 662 acres of ski terrain, 4 mountain sides and 96 trails, this will not happen at Tremblant! Young and old, beginner or expert: enjoy the mountain’s varied terrain and the wonderfully comforting taste of hot chocolate after a long day spent outdoors.
3. Within Walking Distance of… Everything!
At Tremblant, you can take a break from everything, including your car. A short walk in the fresh air will take you to all of the pedestrian village’s restaurants, shops and other local attractions. Definite must dos? The Cabane de la Montagne’s maple taffy on snow, the Casino Mont-Tremblant for a lively evening or the Microbrasserie La Diable, if you like craft beer.
4. Not-to-Be-Missed Events
All winter long, Tremblant is teeming with cultural, sports and family-friendly events! In addition to Super Demo Days (December 12 and 28, February 6 and March 5) and Holiday Season celebrations (December 19 to January 3), the Festival Rando Alpine Tremblant (January 8 to 10) and Washington Week activities (February 13 to 20) are early-season favourites. Then come the Snow Polo Tremblant (February 25 to 27), the Legends Classic (February 27), the Caribou Cup (April 2) and, finally, Burton’s El Nino (April 3) to finish the season off in style.
5. Activities All Winter Long
Yes, Tremblant was voted the #1 Ski Resort in Eastern North America, but skiing is far from the only thing you can do while there. Make the most of all the snow and fresh air and go skating, tubing or dogsledding with your family and friends. And, if not afraid of venturing outside your comfort zone, why not try ice climbing or a snowshoe and fondue tour, lit only by your headlamp? Incredible memories guaranteed!