The primary safety consideration - and obligation under the mountain code of conduct - is to ski and ride in a controlled and responsible manner. Any contravention of the mountain code of conduct or reprehensible behaviour may cause a revocation of your privileges that your lift ticket or season pass confers. rich-text
Keep it under control
Remain in control of your speed and direction. Make sure you can stop and avoid any person or obstacle.
On trails, yield to those below
Yield the right of way to persons downhill and choose a course that ensures their safety.
Don’t block the trail
Stop on a trail only if you are visible from above and if you are not obstructing the trail.
At intersections, yield to those above
Yield the right of way to persons uphill when entering a trail and at intersections.
Give the ski patrol a hand
If you are involved in or witness an accident, remain at the scene and identify yourself to a first-aider.
Hold on to your equipment
Use and wear a proper device to prevent runaway equipment at all times.
No alcohol or drugs
Keep off the lifts and trails if your ability is impaired by the use of alcohol or drugs.
Obey all signs and warnings and never venture off the trails or onto a closed trail.
Excessive speed has a negative impact on reaction times and makes it difficult to avoid obstacles or other gliders.
Several tools are used to warn skiers of hazards on the trails: ropes, bamboo and signs will direct you. You must respect them. rich-text
Indicates presence of a hazard. Installed 5 to 15 meters before danger rich-text
Indicates that mobile snowguns are installed in the trail (even if they are not in operation) or when permanent snowguns are in operation. Installed at the entrance to the trail and at each entry point. rich-text
Indicates that access to the trail is closed. Installed at the start of the trail and at each entry point. This sign is placed behind the rope and bamboos. rich-text
Machines in operation
Indicates that grooming machines are at work. Installed at the entrance to the trail and at each entry point. This sign is accompanied by the Trail Closed sign and is placed behind the rope and bamboos. rich-text
Installed at the entrance of certain trails (ex: Émotion, Brasse Camarade, Bouleaux, Buzz) where conditions are usually good but where unmarked objects are permanently present. (rocks, branches, stumps.) rich-text
Indicates that part of the trail or the entire trail is reserved for gate training or for a race. rich-text
Indicates the presence of moguls in the trail. Installed at the entrance of the trail and at each access point when there are moguls that cannot be seen from the entrance. rich-text
Indicates the presence of many rocks that cannot be seen and that are not marked on the trail. Installed at the entrance to the trail and at each entry point. rich-text
Shows a narrowing of the trail Installed 5 to 15 metres above the site. rich-text
Indicates the presence of uncovered rocks, spots, ice, etc. The trail is about to be closed and it must still be a possible to go down it with a ski patrol sled. Installed at the entrance of the trail and each entry point. rich-text
Snowmobile trail sign (one route on the South Side, one route on the North Side). Sign placed on blind spots for skiers or snowmobiles. rich-text
You must yield to the other skiers. rich-textBamboo Deviation
2 or 3 bamboos inclined toward the direction the skier must take. rich-textBamboo Obstaclemarking
2 bamboos installed above an obstacle (indicated that skiers can avoid the obstacle on its right or left). rich-textBamboo Trail Edge Boundary
Installed where there is a marked difference between two surfaces. Bamboos installed straight, visible from one to the next with less than 10 meters in between. rich-textBamboo Narrow Trail
Bamboo indicating the direction that must be taken by the skier on top of the trail, followed by bamboos installed straight, visible from one to the next with at least 10 meters in between, giving the limits of the open trail. rich-text
They guarantee peace of mind like nowhere else on the mountain. These trail segments, identified by a green shaded area, are dedicated to beginner skiers and riders. Speed is strictly forbidden.
Remember, you are sharing the slopes with other skiers and boarders. Be cautious at all times. Yellow marked zones prohibit speed. Due to high traffic, please have the courtesy to ski or ride more slowly in these areas. rich-text
Tremblant recommends wearing helmets for skiing and riding. The helmet is mandatory for all snowpark users, kids 12 years old and under taking ski lessons with Tremblant Snow School and all kids and adults in racing and freestyle programs. Note that all employees working on the mountain must also wear a helmet while on duty on the mountain. For additional information, visit myhelmet.ca. rich-text