Subaru IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant

Details for the next edition will be updated as soon as available.

On June 23, Tremblant will host the second edition of IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant. Once more this year, all eyes will be on Tremblant owing to the overwhelming success of the first edition and the recent announcement that the world IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Mont-Tremblant will make its Canadian debut in September, 2014.

All in all, 2,500 athletes, including spokesperson and first edition winner, Magali Tisseyre, will jump in the water at the Tremblant Beach and Tennis Club on the morning of June 23, at 7 a.m. to swim 1.9 km, bike 90 km, and run 21.1 km before crossing the finish line in the pedestrian village.

Transition zone near Parc Plage

Come see Athletes in Action!

You will have the chance to see the athletes during all stages of the course, but since vehicle access is not permitted, we recommend that you use free municipal transport available all day to help you travel to and from different parts of the course during the day. Furthermore, there will be designated areas strategically placed on site to help you encourage the athletes. In addition, there will be stands at Parc Plage to watch the athletes exit the water as well as at the finish line at La Place des Voyageurs.

We hope to see you in great numbers to encourage the athletes and to take part in the festive atmosphere that will reign over the pedestrian village throughout the entire week. You will also be able to follow the athletes live with the IRONMAN mobile application.

 Download the spectator guide (PDF - 6MB)

Swim course (1.9 km)

The swim course is held in the pristine waters of Tremblant Lake. It starts from Beach and Tennis Club and ends at the Parc Plage.

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Bike course (90 km)

The bike course takes you on Chemin Duplessis towards Lac Supérieur. Enjoy a bike course completely close to all traffic and feel the newly paved surface for Ironman assuring you the best experience possible alongside the magnificent Diable River.

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Run course (21.1 km)

You will leave the resort towards le Chemin du Village and the picturesque Mont-Tremblant Old Village. You are again on the official Ironman run course and don’t forget the Ironman Tremblant Resort Village finish line experience!

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June 21, 2013

When What
1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Official IRONMAN store opening and IRONMAN expo (IRONMAN Vilage)

June 22, 2013

When What
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Official IRONMAN store opening and IRONMAN expo (IRONMAN Vilage)

June 23, 2013

When What
6 a.m. Montée Ryan closed from Highway 117
7 a.m. Race start for all athletes age groups in waves of 150 to 300 each
Around 10:30 a.m. Arrival of the first triathletes
4 p.m. 2013 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Rolldown for Las Vegas, USA
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. 2014 IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant registrations for 2013 volunteers and athletes

For more information on the programming of the event, go to the official website or to the site of event partner Mont-Tremblant Tourism.

Trip Planning!

If you plan on visiting Tremblant during the event, we recommend that you arrive Friday or Saturday. However, if you arrive the day of the event, we strongly recommend that you park at the Wheeler airport (in front of the La Belle Golf Course, formerly Gray Rocks), which will be accessible by Rang 8, since no parking will be available at the mountain site. The shuttle service will be in continuous operation from 4 a.m. on June 23 until 1 a.m. on June 24. The Mont-Tremblant municipal transport service will be available at night and will resume its regular service on June 24.

Please refer to the following table to find out more about specific area closures:
Destination Road Hour Access
Domaine Nansen, Domaine de la Forêt, Westin Resort & Spa, Fairmont Tremblant, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Johanssen, Place Saint-Bernard, Deslauriers, Bondurant and Quintessence Chemin de la Chapelle
From Chemin des Voyageurs to Chemin Kandahar
6 2 p.m. No access
Ermitage du lac, Kandahar, Marriott, Tour des voyageurs, Tremblant Sunstar and Centre des congrès receptions Curé Deslauriers
From Chemin Duplessis to Rue des Remparts
6 2 p.m.
2p.m. to 6 p.m.
No access
Limited access under police escort
Versant Soleil sector, access to lac Supérieur, Casino, access to Tremblant's village from the North Side Chemin Duplessis
From Chemin des Quatre-Sommets to Chemin Charles-Duncan
6 a.m. to 6 p.m. No access
Domaine de la Forêt, Sommet-des-Neiges, Le Lodge de la Montagne Chemin des Voyageurs
Full length
6 10 a.m.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
No access
Limited access via Curé-Deslauriers
Exit roads from Tremblant Chemin From village,
Towards La Conception, until Chemin des Tulipes, then option 117 North or South
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Open one-way toward lac Mercier area only
Golf Le Géant, Club Intrawest, Beach and tennis Club Montée Ryan
From Chemin des Quatre-Sommets to roundabout
6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed toward Tremblant

On your arrival in Mont-Tremblant (St-Jovite sector), IRONMAN posters will lead you in the right direction. Note that the only access possible will be the 327-south, by Montée Kavanagh and Rang 8, from any direction (Versant Nord, village Mont-Tremblant or La Conception).

Complete details and road closure information resulting from the event will be communicated on the Transports Quebec website at, under the heading: IRONMAN mobility.

Free Municipal Transport

We strongly suggest that you use municipal transport in order to facilitate your travel. The number of shuttles has been increased to help you travel with ease. Furthermore, there will be an IRONMAN representative on each shuttle to answer all your questions.

Circuit Hours
The shuttle circuit will be in continuous operation from 4 a.m. on June 23 until 1 a.m. on June 24. Regular municipal transport will resume after the event.

Bus terminal at Station Mont Tremblant
Located at the corner of Chemin Curé-Deslauriers and Chemin Duplessis.

If You Have Mountain Accomodations

From 6 a.m. to 12 p.m.
No exits will be possible during this period (except emergency vehicles).

From 2 p.m.
You will be able to exit the site by Chemin de la Chappelle to old Mont-Tremblant village (one way), to take route 117 at La Conception, by Chemin du Lac Mercier.

Closing of Golf Le Géant

Please note that Golf Le Géant will be closed on June 23. Golf Le Diable will be accessible by Labelle Street in the direction of Grand Lodge, by way of the entrance located behind the tourist information center at the Labelle and Montée Ryan intersection. Plan at least one hour in advance for all travel.

Activity Access

All site activities will be available except the Chalet des voyageurs bike rental service that will be closed on June 23.

As for the Beach and Tennis Club, the swimming area will be open to visitors at around 10 a.m. and all other aquatic services at the Centre Nautique Pierre Plouffe will be available on opening. The tennis courts will be open on the day of June 23.


The IRONMAN village will be set on the P1 parking site where there will be kiosks and services including the IRONMAN store and other exhibitors.

Do not hesitate to call customer service a 1 88 Tremblant for all questions concerning the IRONMAN 70.3 event at Mont-Tremblant.

Printable version

Summary about specific area closures on the day of June 23, 2013.

Transports Quebec website

Complete details and road closure information resulting from the event will be communicated on the Transports Quebec website at, under the heading: IRONMAN mobility.