To safely use the trails at Tremblant, you must follow these three fundamental points from the Mountain Code of Conduct.


No matter your skill level, you must be able to stop and avoid obstacles and other skiers at all times.


Although the Mountain Code of Conduct stipulates that skiers must be in control at all times, it is very important that they follow the flow according to the trail level. Speed will not be tolerated the same in an expert area and in a beginner area. We encourage skiers to use their judgement and adapt their speed according to the area they are skiing in. When you ski faster than most skiers around you on the slope, it means you are skiing too fast. Be courteous and respect the surrounding flow.

Helmet Usage: Station Mont 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’s Snow School and all kids and adults in racing and freestyle programs.

Signage respect 1: Signage tools

Several tools are used to warn skiers of hazards on the trails: ropes, bamboo and signs will direct you. You must respect them!

Mobile trail signs
ski sign
Indicates presence of a hazard. Installed 5 to 15 meters before danger

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.

Trail Closed
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.

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.
ski sign
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.)
ski sign
Indicates that part of the trail or the entire trail is reserved for gate training or for a race.
ski sign
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.
ski sign
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.
ski sign
Shows a narrowing of the trail Installed 5 to 15 metres above the site.
ski sign
Marginal Conditions
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.
ski sign
Snowmobile trail sign (one route on the South Side, one route on the North Side). Sign placed on blind spots for skiers or snowmobiles.
ski sign
You must yield to the other skiers.
Bamboo Deviation
2 or 3 bamboos inclined toward the direction the skier must take.
Bamboo Obstaclemarking
2 bamboos installed above an obstacle (indicated that skiers can avoid the obstacle on its right or left).
Bamboo 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.
Bamboo 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.
Signage Respect 2: CONTROLLED AREAS

The learning zones 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.

Slow Zones:
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.

Snowshoes and backcountry skis

There are many snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and hiking trails around the mountain. Enjoy also our designated areas for climbing the mountain on alpine touring skis. No matter which area you chose to climb, plan your way down! Tremblant offers 96 trails on 4 different sides. Ensure you go down a trail that will lead you back to your starting point or to your planned arrival point. More details about accessible trails and safety rules

Regardless of your equipment – alpine skis, snowboards, telemark skis, cross-country skis and specialized equipment for people with disabilities – ensure that you always follow the Mountain Code of Conduct; it’s your responsibility!

Here are guidelines for all activities other than gliding sports planned for the ski area:

  • You must have a valid daily access pass or ticket to use the trails on the mountain with your backcountry skis.
  • It is forbidden to camp on the mountain.
  • To get to the top, you will temporarily borrow some ski slopes. It is essential that you adhere to the Mountain Code of Conduct and make sure you are visible by upstream traffic.
  • Mont Tremblant is located in the Parc national du Mont-Tremblant. Thus, pets are not allowed (dogs and cats).