A big mountain, many skiers of all levels, changing conditions… It’s important to be careful on the slopes!

One of the main tips that we want to share is: be aware of signage. Signs are there to help guide you and inform you on trail conditions and grooming activity. Be especially aware of closed trail signs. Trails can be closed for many reasons and skiing them can be dangerous. Here’s an info-graphic produced by maneige.ski that’s very informative.

To Sum it Up

If a trail is closed, it’s for a good reason. It might be dangerous conditions or because there is equipment at work, but either way, there is no patrol in a closed trail and skiing them could lead to an accident or an infraction. It is also forbidden to access the mountain outside of our operation hours. This applies to all skiers and snowboarders on the mountain, hikers, and those in alpine touring.

And just as a reminder, here are a few tips you should always keep in mind:

To know the operation hours of the mountain and the opening status of trails and lifts, see our mountain report on our website or download the new Tremblant mobile app.