Winter at Tremblant: World-class skiing and more!

Mont Tremblant is more than just the #1 Resort in Eastern North America. It is a winter wonderland of world-class stature.

During the winter season, there is alpine and cross-country skiing, snowboarding and numerous other activities such as snowshoeing, ice climbing, snowmobiling, dogsledding, snowtubing, skating, sleigh ridding, kite skiing, Indoor aquatic centre, Scandinavian baths, ice hotel… Just name the activity, Mont Tremblant surely has it!

Mont Tremblant, the largest ski area East of the Rockies with five other Alpine ski resorts, all within ten minutes of each other!


  • The number one resort in Eastern North America for 9 consecutive years (SKI magazine)
  • Host of numerous North American and International competitions
  • 2,116 feet of vertical
  • 625 acres of ski domain deserved by 13 lifts most of them high-speed and an express gondola
  • 94 runs from the long easy cruising to the scariest runs
  • Two very large snow parks amongst the largest in North America
  • The most powerful snowmaking system in Eastern Canada
  • Ski Season from mid-November to mid-April
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Mont Blanc

  • The second largest ski resort North of Montreal for skiing
  • 1,000 feet of vertical
  • 39 trails deserved by 7 lifts
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Gray Rocks

  • The perfect resort for learning to ski
  • 620 feet of vertical
  • 22 runs deserved by 4 lifts
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Mont Tremblant Cross Country Ski Club

  • The largest cross-country ski club in the Laurentians
  • More than 65 kilometres of daily groomed trails
  • Classic and skate trails
  • More than 10 kilometres of snowshoeing trails
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Mont Tremblant National Park

  • The largest National Park in Quebec and one of the oldest in North America
  • More than 110 kilometres of Nordic ski trails
  • More than 50 kilometres of daily groomed trails
  • More than 160 kilometres of snowshoeing trails
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  • The largest network of trail in the world
  • Mont Tremblant is directly link to the “Great North” network of trails
  • Snowmobile rentals available throughout the region


  • Endless trails to choose from
  • 21 kilometres of patrolled trails
  • 200+ kilometres of deep forest trails

La Source Aquatic and Fitness Centre

  • The ultimate refreshing experience
  • Indoor facilities: Tarzan swing, outdoor pool and whirlpool
  • Two paddling pools for the young ones
  • Fitness centre with state-of-the-art equipment
  • Qualified fitness instructors
  • Refreshing waterfalls & new swimming lanes
  • Two indoor & outdoor whirlpools
  • Eucalyptus steam baths
  • Atlantis weight training machines
  • Stair climbers and treadmills
  • Spinning bikes, Swiss balls and more...
  • Triple locker rooms; Men, women and families
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N’ice Club

  • An ice lounge, made of snow and ice
  • 4,500 square feet of entertainment space that can accommodate up to 250 guests
  • 1,600 tons of snow and 100 tons of crystal clear ice
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Winter Events

November 18th

Season opening - Welcome to a brand new season
This is the place to be for everyone who loves downhill thrills and chills! This year, be among the first to hit the slopes at Tremblant! Come see why the readers of the prestigious SKI Magazine proclaimed Tremblant the number one Ski Resort in Eastern North America for the 9th consecutive year!

November 18th

Snowboard Movie Fest
Snow and Ski Rail Session. Best trick $1000 Snow, $500 ski.
Movie projection at le P'tit Caribou and much more

December 2nd-3rd

The Masters Eastern Cup (FIS)
For a fourth consecutive year, the Alpine Masters deliver a fantastic season opening show. 90 male and female skiers (18 years and over) take part.

December 9th to 11th

24h of Tremblant
Fifth edition! How would you like to take the ultimate winter challenge, have a great time, and contribute to an important cause? Grand Prix 24 h de Tremblant is a friendly race open to all skiers and snowboarders. Once again this year, all funds raised will be donated to the Charles-Bruneau Foundation in aid of young cancer victims. Don't procrastinate. Put your team together now! >>>

December 17th-18th

Super Demo Days
Everyone is welcome! The biggest names in the ski industry gather at the base of the South Side to let you try out the newest releases in snow toys and gear. If you like what you see, you can benefit from special promotional deals from boutiques in Tremblant's pedestrian village. This is your only opportunity to try before you buy your equipment. Free!

December 19th-20th

Super Series
The cream of the crop of young skiers will meet at Tremblant for a two-day show that will blow you away! 200 participants, both men and women, ages 15 and over, from Canada and the U.S. get together for a giant slalom race

December 23th to January 1st

Holiday Festivities
Christmas and New Year’s Eve Celebrations
Holiday magic is a tradition at Tremblant! Festive family fun every night!

December 31st

New Year’s Eve
Do not miss the celebrations! Tremblant’s torch-light parade, and pyro-musical fireworks

January 7th-8th

Freestyle Grand Prix
11th anniversary! The best freestyle athletes from around the world make their way to Tremblant for aerial and mogul World Cup competitions. Qualifier event for the 2006 Torino Olympics

January 14th-15th

Taschereau Cup
Tradition at its best! Young athletes contend for a choice ranking en route to their pro careers. Over 150 skiers, men and women alike, 13 and 14 years old, from Quebec, Ontario, and the U.S.

January 14th to 16th

Moguls Contest
After the World Cup, it’s a chance for young freestyle skiers to make their mark as the talents of tomorrow. Over 70 male and female skiers ages 10 to 20 from all over Quebec come together to tackle a dual mogul race

January 20th to 22 th

NorAm Snowboard Cross
A competition that is part of the "Champions Tour". This high-calibre snowboarding event tours all over Canada. The competition is open to male and female snowboarders, pros (FIS, 15+) and amateurs. Come cheer them on!

January 24th to 27th

SG Speed camp
Skiers of all ages test their limits. Speed, speed, and more speed is the objective of the week

January 28th-29th

Super G
On the Géant run, young athletes will excitedly exceed the speed limit! Over 120 skiers ages 13 and 14

January 29th

DLS race
The first race of two of this season’s competitions staged by young skiers. Over 70 boys and girls ages 8 to 10

February 4th-5th

Junior JIB contest
Cheer on tomorrow’s stars at the “Big Air” competition and a “JIB” session for kids ages 9 to 15. This is a show you won’t want to miss!

February 5th

Russell Armstrong Memorial Cup
The second race of the season for aspiring youngsters, and one of the hottest competitions in the Laurentians! Over 150 skiers, boys and girls, ages 8 to 10.

February 9th-10th

Each year, Tremblant hosts the National Snow Industry Association’s equipment demonstration. This gathering is exclusive to suppliers and retailers. Sorry, by invitation only! >>>

February 17th-18th

SNQ - Surf des Neiges Québec
Sanctioned freestyle competition, including half-pipe. Part of the Quebec snowboarding circuit. Open to all male and female snowboarders, junior and senior alike. Cash prizes will be awarded to winners. Make sure this event is on your agenda! >>>

February 19th

Regional K1 Race
Young skiers follow in the tracks of their elders. You’ll be surprised to see how skilled these youngsters are! Over 100 boys and girls ages 11 and 12

February 18th to 26th

Presidents Week (American School Break)
Welcome USA We have many special activities planned both on and off the slopes to make your holiday week in Canada unforgettable

March 3rd-4th

Dark Side
An entire weekend dedicated to Big Air competitions. Participating athletes are freeskiers and snowboarders competing for a spot in the finals that take place at night, under the starry sky with acrobatics and music. A really exciting show… plus cash prizes for the winners!

March 4th to 12th

Quebec School Break
Let the games begin! The Snow School has a variety of cool programs for all ages and levels, for a safe and fun vacation on the slopes

March 11th to April 16th

Springtime Concerts
Every weekend, expect to find outdoor concerts in an après-ski ambience indicative of spring. A different band every weekend on Place Saint-Bernard

March 11th to 26th

Ontario School Break
Ski, snowboard, tubing, music, parties… School’s out! Make the most of every moment of your holiday at Tremblant!

March 20th to 24th

Canadian Juvenile Championship
Back at Tremblant this season, a championship used by young skiers as a launching pad to greater heights! Over 160 teens, 13 and 14 years old. Each province sends its own delegation

March 31st to April 9th

Get ready for the 4th edition! Come experience 10 days of intense, out-of-this-world events such as the Urban Jib, the Spin, motocross demonstrations, live concerts and all-night dance parties in awesome spring conditions! Wrap up the season with this big bash! >>>

April 1st

Hymn to Vivaldi

"Le Choeur Tremblant" conducted by Lorraine Décarie, present "Hymn to Vivaldi"
At the church Saint-Jovite 20h00 $20
Ticket available at 944, rue de Saint-Jovite or at the church on the evening of the 1st of April
information or reservation:
Normand Lacroix 819. 425. 2886 or Solange Grignon 819. 425. 3477

April 8th

Place de la Gare
Do it yourself workshop/ drawing for Easter
For everybody
1886, chemin du Village, Mont-Tremblant
From 10h00 to 12h00
Sylvie Legault 819. 429. 5529

April 13th

Ornithological Club of the Upper Laurentians – Les oiseaux et l'amour

Conference by Jean Léveillé, author and photographer
COHL members: free
Non members:4$
Salles des Arts
1147, rue de Saint-Jovite, Mont-Tremblant
819. 425. 3598

April 15th

Caribou “Splash” Cup
The tradition lives on… Take a shot at crossing a 75-foot pool of icy cool water on your way to the P’tit Caribou, and then celebrate your personal victory into the wee hours of the morning! Must be 18 years and over to participate. Don’t forget your costume! >>>

April 15th

Pascal Chaumont – Singer
Auditorium Anna-Archambault
819. 686. 2509 or 819. 686. 2563

April 16th

Easter – Taffy Strip
An event for the whole family! The rendezvous is at the summit of the mountain. You won't believe your eyes as you participate in the making of the longest on-snow taffy strip imaginable. Yummy fun for everyone!

April 17th

Season Closing

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