Tremblant is proud to announce that it will be integrating RFID technology for the 2023/24 season. Access to all lifts will be possible by passing through a gate which will read the content of skiers’ and snowboarders’ cards via Radio Frequency IDentification. Thus, the gate will open automatically as they pass.

The introduction of this technology requires a new card that will be sent by mail to Ikon Pass, Tonik and Latitude holders, while daily tickets can be collected on site via printing terminals or at the counter.

This new procedure facilitates access to the lifts for both visitors and validators because the card is read through the garment. This therefore speeds up access to the lift while reducing the risk of loss or breakage of passes and cards. We are thrilled to offer this new feature that will make the Tremblant experience even easier and more enjoyable than ever!

Frequently asked questions

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. This technology will enable the gates installed at the base of all our lifts to read the content of your pass or ski ticket using a signal emitted by the gate. With RFID, you keep your card in your clothes, regardless of the temperature. The gate’s signal will effortlessly open the barriers as you pass through.  

Our lift attendants will authenticate your pass by checking your photo, name, and subscription type on their screen as you go through the gate. 

To ensure optimal card reading, you should place your card on the left side of your top garment. Make sure your card is free of any interfering items, such as cell phones or gum packets. Other cards, like credit or debit cards, won’t interfere, and magnets won’t affect the process either. If, for any reason, the access door does not open, simply step back slightly, and try again. An employee will assist you if necessary. 

Attention: you must not have several tickets on you when you go through the gate. 

It is strongly recommended that you take a photo of your ticket at the start of your day, in case the card is lost or stolen. If one of these situations arise, please head to our customer service counter. 

If you still have 2022/23 tickets, valid until December 8, 2023, you must exchange them at one of our guest service counters as they do not feature RFID technology. Your new tickets will feature RFID capabilities. You can exchange them as of November 8th.  

New Online Sales Platform

Ikon Pass holders will see no change on their online purchase process, while Tonik pass holders will now have to purchase 2023/24 season passes on a new platform, on which they will have to create their profile.

Promo Code

Note that 2022/23 Tonik pass holders will receive a promotional code in the mail by March 21 to access the renewal rate. It is very important not to make the purchase without your personalized promo code.


You are a 2022/23 student Tonik pass holder and are over 18 years old? To access the student rate, simply follow the instructions when purchasing online. Once you’ve assigned the adult Tonik pass to your name, you’ll need to add the student discount. This will validate your student proof and adjust the rate automatically. No promotional code needed. However, if you are no longer a student, then you will need the promotional code sent by mail mentioned above.

Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section about this matter on our website, and visit our passes page