Ski Season extended April 21 and 22

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63/96 Open Trails
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63/96 Open Trails
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Come climb the highest peak in the Laurentians with your skis on in one of our designated areas and trails, and ski down one of our 96 marked ski runs!


    • A daily access or Alpine Touring Season Pass is mandatory to access designated alpine touring areas.

      Access Rate
      Daily access $9.99
      Season Pass $39.99
      With equipment rental at boutique Explore! Free
      Royalty and taxes extra. Rates, dates, royalty and taxes are subject to change without notice.
      Validity
      • A daily access or Alpine Touring Season Pass is mandatory to access designated alpine touring areas.
      • Alpine Touring Season Pass valid throughout the 2017/18 ski season, according to snow conditions.
      • Daily access valid only for the day it was purchased for.

      Purchase
      • Purchase of season pass: Guest Services Desk (Chalet des Voyageurs), Centre Aventure (Sommet des Neiges).
      • Purchase of daily access: Boutique Explore, ticket office, Guest Services Desk.
      • Please fill out the following risk recognition and acceptance form and hand it in upon purchase of your pass or daily access.
      • Immediately report your lost or stolen Alpine Touring Season Pass at any Guest Services counter. A service fee of $5 will be requested to reprint your pass. This fee is non-refundable.

      Refund
      • Daily access and Season Pass can be refunded up to the first day of use during the 2017/18 ski season, or until April 15, 2018 if not used.

      Restrictions
      • These products are not transferable.
      • It is forbidden to climb or ski down the mountain outside of mountain operation hours.
      • It is forbidden to camp on the mountain.
      • Mont Tremblant is located in the Parc national du Mont-Tremblant. Thus, pets are not allowed (dogs and cats).

    • Regular season

      1 day ½ day
      Alpine touring skis or splitboard, boots and poles $74.99 $59.99
      Alpine touring skis or splitboard and poles $54.99 $43.99
      Boots $24.99 $19.99
      Daily access included with rental. Royalty and taxes extra. Rates, royalty and taxes are subject to change without notice.
      High season (Dec. 27, 2017 to Jan. 3, 2018 and Feb. 16 to 22, 2018)

      1 day ½ day
      Alpine touring skis or splitboard, boots and poles $79.99 $64.99
      Alpine touring skis or splitboard and poles $59.99 $49.99
      Boots $29.99 $.99
      Daily access included with rental. Royalty and taxes extra. Rates, royalty and taxes are subject to change without notice.

      • 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.
      • No matter which area you chose to climb, plan your way down! Ensure you go down a trail that will lead you back to your starting point or to your planned arrival point!
      • Only climb in designated areas and on the side of the trail marked on the map. Stay visible and only climb one behind the other, never side by side.
      • Do not enter a closed trail; climb or ski down only during mountain operation hours – Station Mont Tremblant reserves the right to charge a $250 fee or more for required assistance outside of operating hours or off marked and opened trails.
      • Make sure your physical fitness level is adequate for the climb and bring appropriate clothing and equipment including a water bottle and food.
      • Don't climb by yourself: bring a charged cell phone (although cell phone services are not available everywhere on the mountain) and some of the trails are not patrolled. Basic First Aid knowledge is highly recommended.
      • Only go down on marked and opened trails and follow the Mountain Code of Conduct at all times. Access to lifts requires a separate and valid lift ticket or pass.

    Alpine Touring