Tremblant is the place to be for Spring skiing!

Spring at Tremblant means more than just skiing—it’s a vibrant celebration of sun and snow. As terraces buzz with activity and events like Jamigos, Après-Ski music, and the Caribou Cup fill the calendar, there’s no shortage of excitement. You could even dive into the action by volunteering. Read on to know more about the experience that is a spring skiing getaway at Tremblant!


Terrace season is here! As soon as the sun shines above the pedestrian village the terraces become the place to be for your lunch or après-ski. With over 25 options to choose from, it can be hard to find the best spot! Looking to be in the center of the action? The Place Saint-Bernard is a sure bet with spacious outdoor seating areas at Fat Mardi’s, Resto-Bar Le Shack, La Forge Bistro-Bar & Grill, Pub Yama No Kami, and Bullseye Saloon & Grill.

Mid-way up the rue des Remparts you’ll find another fun vibe with patios right in the sunshine until late in the day. P’tit Caribou, A Mano Trattoria, Socal Kitchen and Pizzateria all have outdoor seating for 60+ people. Microbrasserie La Diable and Lucille’s can even seat upwards of 150 people outside! Sunshine for everyone!


Springtime at Tremblant also means tons of exciting events before the scheduled end-of-season date, now April 23.

  • Jamigos (March 16): Come jam with us in the Adrénaline snowpark remodeled for the occasion. On the agenda, jam session, musical atmopshere, and friendly competiton. Open to all, register now.
  • Après-Ski at Place Saint-Bernard (March 16 to April 14): This spring, add a touch of music to your ski day when you take in live music performances on Place Saint-Bernard every Saturday and Sunday. Sunshine, ski and music… A winning combination!
  • Easter Celebrations (March 31): Come and enjoy many activities for the entire family in the pedestrian village, such as Easter egg hunt, chocolate distribution, interactive games, entertainement, and more.
  • Caribou Cup (April 6): The legendary Caribou Cup is back again this spring! will you be one of the brave ones to cross the pond? Join us for an afternoon of party and fun, and don,t forget to wear your best costume!
  • Burton El Nino/El Rigleto (April 7): Little ones will be able to get initiated to fresstyle or perfect their skills at this family event. Our freestyle instructors from the Snow School will be there to give your tips and to help you progress. Registration is now open.
  • Corona Party at the Summit (April 13): The famous Corona Party is back this spring to end the ski season! Guests DJs will be there all day to make you dance at the top of the mountain, rain or shine.

Be a Volunteer

Be in the heart of the action and take part in major events! One day of volunterring = 1 lift ticket.

Discover the perks of becoming a volunteer here.

With so much to offer, Tremblant is the perfect destination to make the most of the season. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to ski, celebrate, and create lasting memories in the heart of the Laurentians.