For most recent update, following the Feb 2nd announcement, see here.

Shops and indoor activities on hiatus

Following the recent government announcement aimed at breaking the 2nd wave, shops and indoor activities, which are not priority businesses, will have to temporarily cease their operations, from December 25 to January 10 inclusively.

Following the government’s announcement on December 15 regarding new measures for the holiday period, here is a status of all services and establishments:

(for detailed regulations, see here:

Products and servicesFrom December 25
to January 10
Before December 25
and after January 10
Equipment rentalOpen''
Snow SchoolOpen''
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''
*with food products - open
Indoor activitiesClosedOpen
Brind’O closed for the season
Outdoor activitiesOpen''

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.

I am from another province. Can I come to Tremblant?
Travel between regions and cities is not recommended. 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.

Tremblant open in red zone

Starting Monday, December 14th, Tremblant is a Level 4 – red zone. In accordance with Public Health recommendations, some changes have been made to our operation plan. Here are the highlights:


All skiable terrain will remain open.

The boarding of the lifts has changed following recent announcements:
  • 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 be used as warm-up areas with restricted period 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.


All these changes will be applicable until further notice, according to Public Health recommendations. These apply to everyone, regardless of where you live (Quebec, Ontario or elsewhere).

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

Looking forward to seeing you on the slopes.