Weekend forecast: happy skiers on 4 mountain faces


With the comeback of winter temperatures in the past few days, the snow guns have been producing more than ever. In the wake of last weekend’s downpour, our team has been working on compensating for the warm periods and erasing any traces left by the rain. Natural snow accumulations (35 cm since Monday!) combined with our ongoing efforts, helped to greatly improve the available skiing surface. Therefore, several trails have opened during the week and the snow conditions are excellent.

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Our new generation winch groomer currently being tested on the mountain.

More good news: the Porte du Soleil lift opened today and skiers and snowboarders can now access the Carriole and Sentier des pruches trails directly from the P2 parking lot. The Edge side is also scheduled to open tomorrow, Friday January 14th. Four mountain areas to ride this weekend!

You’ll be happy to discover most of your favorite trails to be open in the coming days: Desserres, Kandahar, Chalumeau, Fuddle Duddle, Sissy Schuss and La Griffe. Other trails could be added to that list following the 10 to 15 cm of snow expected for Saturday. We are excited to have more than 75 trails available during the weekend.

We look forward to seeing you on the slopes!


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  1. john sorensen
    john sorensen says:

    Disturbed that there is not a top of mountain or a summit temperature reading that we can access. Yesterday there was a forecast of -21C and when we got to top at 8:30am there was an air inversion over the mountain and the temperature on top was -14’C. WE over dressed, and you probably lost lots of potential skiers. Last January when it was so cold -30’s forecast, The mountain had air inversions on 7 days that we counted and each day that it was -30 at the base it was -17C at the summit. These air inversions cover 80% of the vertical of the mountain so we skied mostly in quite nice temps. May I add with almost no one on the mountain. Air must be very cold and no wind to make this air inversion affect possible. Just an idea of a temperature reading at the Top would be nice for some of us anyway, and just maybe you could draw more skiers which would pay for it all.
    Happy skiing, we ski close to 40 days at Tremblant yearly in the coldest part of the winter…and we enjoy it.

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