Mountain Statistics

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Tremblant sits at 875 meters and offers a breathtaking view on the Laurentians. Its ski area covers 654 acres and includes 95 ski trails on 4 distinct slopes for the enjoyment of skiers and snowboarders of all levels. One of the most sophisticated and powerful snowmaking systems in North America, with over 1,000 snowguns, allows us to offer impeccable snow conditions.

Mont Tremblant

  • Elevation at the summit: 875 meters / 2871 feet
  • South Side vertical drop: 645 meters / 2116 feet
  • Number of trails: 95 

Skiing area

  • Skiable ground: 654 acres
  • Artificial snow coverage: 465 acres
  • Total trail length: 78.9 km / 49 miles
  • Longest trail: Nansen (6 km / 3.7 miles)
  • Undergrowth: 79.8 acres
  • Incline: up to 42°

Trail classification

  • Beginner: 17%
  • Intermediate: 33%
  • Expert: 50%

Lifts

  • High-speed 4-passenger chairlifts: 5
  • 4-passenger chairlifts: 1
  • 3-passenger chairlifts: 2
  • Gondolas: 2
  • Magic Carpet: 3
  • Cabriolet: 1
  • Lift capacity : 27 230 skiers/hour

Snow conditions

  • Average annual snowfall: 395 cm / 156 inches
  • Number of snowguns: 1066

Annual Precipitations

  • Precipitation 2012-2013 : 502 cm (197")
  • Precipitation 2011-2012 : 370 cm (146")
  • Precipitation 2010-2011 : 375 cm (148")
  • Precipitation 2009-2010 : 244 cm (96")
  • Precipitation 2008-2009 : 481 cm (190")
  • Precipitation 2007-2008 : 600 cm (236")
  • Precipitation 2006-2007 : 301 cm (119")
  • Precipitation 2005-2006 : 432 cm (170")
  • Precipitation 2004-2005 : 302 cm (119")
  • Precipitation 2003-2004 : 404 cm (162")
  • Precipitation 2002-2003 : 416 cm (166")
  • Precipitation 2001-2002 : 358 cm (143")
  • Precipitation 2000-2001 : 348 cm (140")
  • Precipitation 1999-2000 : 343 cm (138")
  • Precipitation 1997-1998 : 280 cm (112")
  • Precipitation 1996-1997 : 482 cm (190")
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