The Adrénaline snowpark on the South Side keeps the same working formula with its large and extra-large modules for freestyle experts. It also includes a permanent skicross and snowcross permanent course. The access to this park is restricted. Only Adrénaline Park Passholders can access the modules and the run.
Please note that other Tremblant snowparks are opened to all and do not require the Adrénaline Pass Park.
For only $20 for the season, you will have access to one of the best snowparks in North America (according to Ski Magazine). With its large and extra-large modules, the Adrénaline Park will surely challenge all freestyle experts!
The Progession snowpark, comprised of four aligned jumps, is a progression park to perfect maneuvers before moving on to the Adrénaline Park located on Curé Deslauriers and Promenade trails.
Located on the Rope Tow trail, the North snowpark has been transformed into a family-friendly sector. It is ideal for skiers and snowboarders who want to safely learn the basics of freestyle. This park includes small to medium sized modules and a banked slalom course.
Tremblant Snowparks Safety RulesWe know there's nothing like the feeling you get when you nail a jump. This is why our snowpark team works tirelessly to provide you with optimum snow conditions in a security-oriented environment. All riders entering the snowpark trails must follow these safety rules:
- Do not stop or make turns in any of the modules’ landing areas
- Do not stop near modules
- Do not cut off a skier who is about to leap on a module
Helmet is mandatory
All users must wear a helmet to enter Tremblant’s snowparks.
Learn more about safety on the mountain
Tremblant’s snowparks adhere to the Smart Style Code of Conduct. We invite you to follow these simple guidelines which can be summarized in four main points.
Know the mountain code of conduct. Be safety conscious. It is your responsibility!
Control, speed, signage respect... To safely use the trails at Tremblant, you must follow these three fundamental points from the Mountain Code of Conduct.