Discover Tremblant through your favourite sports! The mountain and its surroundings offers space, services and events that cater to sport enthusiasts of all levels. Running in the woods or on paved trails, mountain or road biking, open water or pool swimming… you’ll find the perfect workout experience in truly exceptional settings.


Lac Tremblant

Start your swimming workout in the beautiful waters of Lac Tremblant. Swimmers can follow the marked course for their safety. Water is accessible from two entry points:

Mountain Trails

A network of nearly 17 km of mountain biking trails are maintained around the mountain for cyclists of all levels. See trail map

Hotel Training Rooms

Several Tremblant Resort hotels and condos offer guest access to their training room:

  • Ermitage du Lac
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites Tremblant
  • Lodge de la Montagne
  • Sommet des Neiges
  • Tour des Voyageurs
  • Westin Resort & Spa Tremblant
  • Fairmont Tremblant
  • Marriott Residence Inn

Multifunctional Trail

The paved multifunctional trail linking Tremblant Resort to the Village sector runs for 11.4 km and includes a 1.2 km loop.


IRONMAN Information Centre

Located directly at the Beach and Tennis Club, this is the ideal place to find out more about your training possibilities! The information centre will be opened from June 1 to September 3, 2019.

Running Clubs

Two running clubs are welcoming you for weekday training sessions. The Salomon Trail Running Club meets up at noon on Wednesdays and Fridays for a 4 to 8-km run in the trails. The Magasin de la Place running club has outings every Tuesday and Thursday, at noon, for a 3 to 6-km run. Outings are supervised by trainers who guide and give advice to participants.

Private and Personalized Training

At Aquaclub La Source, take advantage of the trainers’ expertise to reach your training goals through private or semi-private training sessions.

Bike Rental Centre and Repair Services

Rent a bike directly at the base of the mountain at Centre Aventure or at Chalet des Voyageurs and start from there to discover the many trails of the area or follow the multifunctional paved trail for a nice ride. For a tune-up or repairs, bring your bike at the bottom of the hill. Our professional technicians will get your bike ready for your next ride!

Triathlon Boutique (Accessories and Gear)

Magasin de La Place, located on Place St-Bernard, welcomes you with accessories and gear for swimming, road biking and running, a triathlete’s paradise.

Spas and Health Services

A few spas are offered in Tremblant. The Spa de Tremblant – Fairmont Tremblant and Westin Resort & Spa Tremblant offer soothing treatments directly at the foot of the hill. A little further out, revitalize your body with the thermal effects of Scandinavian baths at Scandinavia Spa Mont-Tremblant.

 Lolë Meet-up Tremblant

Lolë has your health at heart and wants you to be more active through the Lolë Meet-up Program. Always presented by a local Ambassador, these meet-ups are free and diversified: Yoga, Pilates, cardio boxing, Boot Camp, presentations on well-being, etc.

2018 Sporting Events

Ironman 5150

June 22 — Athletes taking the start at the Beach and Tennis Club will pick either the Sprint (750 m swimming, 20 km biking and 5 km running) or the Olympic distance (1.5 km swimming, 40 km biking and 10 km running).

Ironman 70.3

June 23 — Athletes will enter the waters of Lac Tremblant from the Beach and Tennis Club to swim for 1.9 km, bike for 90 km and run for 21.1 km before reaching the finish line at the heart of the pedestrian village.

Ironman (full)

August 16 — Athletes will start at the Beach and Tennis Club to swim 3.8 km, bike 180 km and run 42.2 km before crossing the finish line at the heart of the pedestrian village.

MEC Grand Montréal 2 trail run

July 28 — A trail run with 1, 5, 10, 20 and 40-km distances for all levels of runners. Smiles from the start to the finish!

Demi-Marathon de Mont-Tremblant

August 11-12  — This event offers beautiful 5, 10 and 21.1 km courses and will please the beginner runner as well as the athlete looking for a challenge. A 1-km kids race is also part of the weekend program.

Good to know

Station Mont Tremblant share its passion for training with many different sports organisations in the area. Don’t hesitate to reach out to them for a unique training experience adapted to your capabilities.


Domaine St-Bernard offers walking and mountain biking trails, as does the Parc National de Mont-Tremblant. The P’tit Train du Nord linear park is the longest trail in Canada, extending 232 km.


When the temperature is not ideal for a swim in the lake, the aquatic centre complexe aquatique Mont-Tremblant houses a semi-Olympic pool with eight swim lanes, two of which are open at all times.

Training Clubs

Many local training clubs operate in the area including Tri-Action Mont-Tremblant, offering training sessions in the three triathlon disciplines: swimming, biking, running.