Tremblant Ski Holidays
Tremblant is an enchanting mountain village in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains in Eastern Canada. Expect exceptional value, quality lodging and superb service.
Tremblant has a distinctly Gallic air - taking influences from Europe the resort is made up of narrow pedestrianised streets, crammed with patisseries and cafés and, being in the heart of Québec, the French language will filter to you through the throng. Friendly Canadian service also abounds here, as well as great quality accommodation and terrain to suit all tastes.
Skiing in Tremblant
Families will love the endless blue and green runs, the fabulous ski school and the pedestrian village. The ‘never-ever’ skiing partner will be entranced by the romance of the mountains, the cute pastel-coloured clapboard houses, the ease of the runs and the knowledge that a Chocolat Chaud is never far away.
Getting to the slopes wherever you are in Tremblant is simple and hassle-free. With the exception of a few properties this is a virtually ski-in/ski-out resort.
The Telecabine will take you to the summit and from there you can cruise down to the North Side where there is an excellent green run – a wide swathe through the pine trees, aptly named ‘Sissy-Schuss’. If you are an adventurous intermediate and feel like trying something new, Tremblant has excellent gladed runs at varying pitches – the trees are nicely spaced and the tracks through them clearly evident – try ‘Reaction’ and ‘Sensation’ over by The Edge chair.
We offer a full range of discounted Tremblant lift tickets, ski & snowboard rentals and snow school lessons and we always recommend you book early for our very best prices.
- Important information
Season Late November–Mid April Ski Area 665 acres Annual Snowfall 15ft Number of Lifts 14 Ski Range 755–2871ft Snow Making Capabilities 464 acres Ski Shuttle Free around the resort until 9pm in season. Blue Runs 21% Red Runs 32% Black Runs 47% Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season Off-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season On-season Off-season
- Snow report
3cm Last snowfall
- Slopes suffering in the rain
12/14 Lifts open
- Piste conditions
- The slopes could be better
- Best up high
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- Distance from airports