Update – November 22 : The launch of the 80th ski season was a success. Thank you for joining us for the opening ceremonies. We hope you enjoyed skiing the trails like we did. We are open! Here is a video recap of the day.
Snow started falling on Tremblant at the end of October. After milder weather, temperatures dropped drastically, allowing us to start producing snow massively.
To date, the following trails have been covered: Beauvallon H et B, Alpine, Johannsen, Roy Scott, Onésime, Beauchemin H et B, P’tit Bonheur, La Crête. Some of these trails are almost completely covered.
Groomers are pushing and placing tons of snow while we start the guns in some other areas.
With ideal weather, we got good quantities of natural snow, improving the overall texture of the snow.
Our teams are working hard to deliver a memorable opening for a season that promises to be exceptional with all the new features.
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DON’T MISS THE SEASON OPENING
Join us for the season’s launch and be amongst the firsts to discover the new Tremblant experience. Tremblant’s 2018/19 ski season will be a memorable one!
The day’s schedule
Make your first turns of the season!
Unveiling of Le Grand Manitou’s renovations
NEW INSTALLATIONS TO DISCOVER
Discover what’s new on the mountain for the new season: new high-speed quad chairlift, new trail and new glades, extension and renovation of the main chalet at the summit, refection of the chalet on the north Side, increase of the skiable terrain and expansion of the snowmaking capacity, and much more!
LE GRAND MANITOU
The main summit building will see its footprint increased to showcase an abundance of windows, 400 additional seats and a completely reinvented food service area. Work got underway in summer 2018, with delivery for the start of the 2018/19 ski season.
LOWELL THOMAS CHAIRLIFT
Our fixed-grip triple Lowell Thomas chairlift serving the upper North Side has been entirely replaced with a Dopplemayr detachable quad. Boosting capacity by 600 skiers per hour, this new lift will be in operation by next season.