Discover Mont Tremblant

Mont Tremblant Summit & Trails in Summer
Long before the arrival of the white man, the ancient Algonquin indian tribe named the imposing Mont Tremblant peak Manitonga Soutana, "the mountain of the spirits". Word says any time someone bypassed the laws of nature or disturbed the tranquility of the area, the spirits would make the mountain tremble. Discover Manitonga Soutana by yourself and get closer to the spirits!

The Mountain in Summer

Mont Tremblant is as majestic during summer than as it is during winter. Explore the summit and let the summer breeze rejuvenate your mind and soul... an unforgettable experience!

Hiking Trail Map

Discover the highest peak in the Laurentians on 11 trails from 1 to 20 km round trip thanks to the hiking trail map. Enjoy spectacular views at every turn!

Opening Hours

Find dates of operation for Guest Services Desks, panoramic gondola and 2015-2016 ski season.

TAM-TAM Trail for Kids

In the tracks of its 75th anniversary celebrating young mountain aficionados of tomorrow, Tremblant is pleased to offer families a new zone for kids that expands their slide skills through play.

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First Tracks

Leave you mark in the snow 30 minutes before the official opening and enjoy the best ski conditions of the day! Access to designated lifts as early as 7:45 a.m. and ski on designated North Side slopes at 8 a.m.

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Snowparks

Covering more than 30 acres of ground, Tremblant's snowparks have been rates as one of the best in North America by Ski Magazine. Discover specific information on our three specialized parks!

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Code of Conduct

Read the mountain code of conduct and ski or snoboard safely; it's your responsibility!

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Explore! Alpine Touring

Come climb the highest peak in the Laurentians with your skis on in one of our designated areas and ski down one of our 96 marked trails!

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Mont Tremblant Statistics

Tremblant sits at 875 meters and offers a breathtaking view on the Laurentians. Its ski area covers 268 hectares (662 acres) and includes 96 ski trails on 4 distinct slopes for the enjoyment of skiers and snowboarders of all levels!

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Getting to Tremblant

All the information you'll need to get to Tremblant, map and directions, airports and flights and requirements to enter the country.

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Tremblant Athlete Ambassadors

"These internationally renowned athletes, who come mostly from the region, are models of perseverance, discipline and passion. They reflect the values conveyed by Station Mont Tremblant. This union goes beyond skills and perfectly illustrates the feeling of belonging of those athletes to the mountain and the pride of the entire community for their success."

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Beginner Zone

It’s your first time on the mountain? Make your way to Tremblant’s Snow School for a lesson. It will include an introduction to the Mountain Code of Conduct as well as techniques on getting on and off the lifts.

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