Tremblant open following January 6th announcement

The Quebec government announced new measures on January 6 due to recent developments in the epidemiological situation. Good news, Tremblant is maintaining its ski operations.

We consider ourselves privileged and would like to remind our guests that collaboration is essential for all of us to continue enjoying the mountain. Maintaining operations is based on joint compliance with sanitary measures. Please take note of the changes made to our operation plan  in accordance with Public Health recommendations.

Modified : new measure in place starting January 9th

No change : measures from red zone (see red zone blog for more details)

BEFORE YOUR ARRIVAL

Modified

  • Imposition of a curfew
    • As of Saturday, January 9, 2021, a curfew will be in effect. Between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m., individuals must not leave their homes. Therefore, you absolutely must arrive before 8 p.m.

ON THE MOUNTAIN

No change

  • All skiable terrain will remain open.
  • The boarding of ski lifts remains the same:
    • 1 lift (quadruple chair and gondola) = guests from the same household OR 2 single people seating at each end of the chair.
  • The ski chalets will continue being used as warm-up areas with restricted periods of use.
    • No food will be allowed inside.
    • Restaurant services will be closed.
    • All personal effects must remain in your vehicle, no bags can be left inside.
    • The washrooms will remain accessible.

Modified

  • The Snow School will be closed.
    • No lessons will be offered.

IN THE VILLAGE AND ITS SURROUNDINGS

Modified

  • Lodging remains open with a curfew starting at 8 p.m. Be sure to verify check-in times with your accommodation facility which may have changed due to the curfew. Only people living at the same household may stay together in a unit at a tourist accommodation establishment.
    • Gyms, spas and hot tubs will be closed. Indoor pools will be closed, outdoor pools open.
  • Boutiques and indoor activities are closed.
    • Stores can now offer pick-up of products previously purchased online at the door of their establishment. Verify with each boutique.
  • Other modifications:
    • The shuttle service to the accommodations will be in operation until 7:20 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
    • The shuttle service to the parking lots will be in operation every day from 6:30 a.m. to 7:50 p.m.
    • Public washrooms will not be accessible between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m.
    • Ice skate loan will be offered between 12 p.m. and 7 p.m., the rink will close at 7:30 p.m.

No change

  • Some individual outdoor activities or activities practiced only in family bubble remain permitted.

 

All these changes will be applicable until February 8th, according to Public Health recommendations. These apply to everyone, regardless of where you live (Quebec, Ontario or elsewhere). Please read the health measures in place before your visit.

We thank you for your loyalty and understanding during these unprecedented times. We are counting on you to comply with all health measures.

As always, we look forward to seeing you on the slopes.

 

Products and servicesUntil February 8th inclusively
SkiOpen
LodgingOpen
Curfew in place as of 8pm
Equipment rentalOpen
Snow SchoolClosed
Repair shopOpen
Ski chalets : Manitou and Fourchette du DiableOpen as a shelter
Food services closed
Ski chalets : Café Johannsen and Chalet des voyageursOpen as a shelter
Take-out available
RestaurantsTake-out only until 7:30 pm
BarsClosed
PoolsIndoor pools closed
outdoor pools open
SpaOpen for massage therapy only
Boutiques Closed
*with food products - open
Indoor activitiesClosed
Outdoor activities Open
*limited to single household groups
CasinoClosed

ALPINE TOURING AND SNOWSHOEING

Reminder: a trail pass is required at all times to climb the trails. Day tickets are available. All skiers must be off the mountain no later than 30 minutes after the main ski lifts close.

We have a lodging reservation, but we don’t live at the same address, can we come?
Only the occupants of the same household can be in a unit of a tourist accommodation establishment. Tremblant will not make any changes to reservations without guest request. We ask our guests to cooperate and follow recommended health measures.

Are you going to cancel my lodging reservation?
Your reservation can be canceled according to the terms of your reservation, which are now more flexible in the context of the pandemic. We do not make any cancellations without a request from the guest.

Are you going to cancel Snow School lessons?
Following the recent government announcement regarding outdoor activities limited to the family bubble, no lessons can be offered. Snow School seasonal programs will not begin as scheduled on January 16. Therefore, we made the decision to cancel all lessons for the moment including seasonal programs and to refund your registration. This will be done over the next few days, no need to contact us. If your child has a Tonik peewee, child or youth pass with access to the slopes at all times, since combined with a seasonal program, this option remains active.

I am from another province. Can I come to Tremblant?
Travel between regions and cities is not recommended are prohibited between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m. The health measures in effect at Tremblant apply to everyone, regardless of where you live (Quebec, Ontario or others). Please make sure you follow them.

Do we risk a fine if we stay in the same unit with people who don’t live at the same address?
We invite you to verify with the appropriate authorities.

Can we carpool to come to Tremblant?
We invite you to verify with the appropriate authorities.

YOUR COLLABORATION IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE SEASON TO GO ON