Spring in Tremblant means longer ski days, an outstanding atmosphere, a lot of sun and patio opportunities. It is also the perfect time of year to bring your family, partner or a group of friends to one of the many events planned. This year, Spring skiing starts on March 21. We put together a list of all the upcoming action to help you stay on top of it all!


The best après-ski out there

After a full day on the slopes, the pedestrian village is ready for you. Find the perfect restaurant or bar to wind down from your day and chill in the warm sun on one of the many patios, as you get a bite to eat.

To add to the atmosphere, a DJ will be on deck every weekend to warm up the village with a specific musical genre: African, Jamaican, Latino and Cuban. Join in the fun in the sun!


Burton El Nino – March 29

A not-to-be-missed event dedicated to riders 12 years and under, Burton El Nino is a day camp program where Burton Tremblant coaches help young riders improve their skills. In addition to getting personalized expert tips, participants will compete in a friendly competition in front of the public and a panel of judges.

Come see for yourself how participants improve or sign up your little athlete for the event!


Oakley Progression Sessions – April 4 and 5

If you are a woman looking to finetune her freestyle ski or snowboard techniques, these sessions are for you. Get personalized tips and coaching sessions from Oakley’s top female pro riders, Marie-France Roy, Kim Lamarre, Dominique Vallée, Mary Walsh and Christine Savage.

You will also have the chance to see internationally renowned snowboarders in action of Tremblant’s slopes.


Easter Together – April 5

Easter weekend is the perfect time to come celebrate the arrival of Spring with your family and finish the ski season on the Tremblant slopes. Young and old are invited to join in the daily festivities happening in the pedestrian village, from 9 :00 A.M. to 3 :30 P.M.

Start at the Conference Centre where you can build your own basket during an arts and crafts workshop. Then comes the Easter egg hunt where kids visit many stops throughout the resort and get to meet a makeup artist and various characters, including the Easter rabbit. Once the hunt is done, it is time to help decorate the Easter tree and indulge your sweet tooth!

Guaranteed to create memorable moments and, who knows, maybe start a yearly tradition!


Red Bull’s Tour Bus Rolls Into Tremblant – April 10

Red Bull’s Tour Bus is coming to Tremblant this Spring, bringing with it select musical performances held on the back of the mighty Red Bull Tour Bus; a custom ’67 GM transit bus that transforms into a ground shaking sound stage. Worthy of Red Bull’s reputation, this is event of the season!


Caribou Cup – April 11

This well-known event attracts, year after year, skiers and snowboarders of all ages. Visitors enjoy the show as costumed participants try to cross a 75 foot pool before ending up at Le P’tit Caribou bar.

Registration is opened to all, aged 18 or older.


Lolë Meet-ups – March 22 and 29 and April 5 and 12

Lolë ambassadors host free outdoor yoga sessions. Dress comfortably, bring a jacket in case of rain, and get ready to chase the stress away and welcome in a more relaxed and zen state of mind.

Trying yoga for the first time? We have a few mats available for loan.


Make the most of this opportunity and save…

Planning to ski at Tremblant this Spring ? Buy the Unlimited Spring Pass for only $179 and ski from March 21 until the end of the season. It pays for itself in 3 days only! Enjoy additional discounts by visiting the ticket outlet.

Stay at the resort overnight and save up to 25% on your lodging when you book ahead.


Happy Spring skiing!