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  • Mont Tremblant Ski Resort
  • Mont Tremblant Ski Resort
  • Mont Tremblant Ski Resort

Fairmont Tremblant is the only ‘’ski-in/ski-out’’ resort of Mont-Tremblant, offering easy access to ski tracks. Rent skis and gear on site, purchase your tickets, book your lesson and slide down back to the hotel at any time.

FAIRMONT TREMBLANT ADVANTAGES ONLY FOR HOTEL GUESTS

Ski Valet
No skis (or golf clubs or bikes) are allowed in the guest rooms. Our valet will take your equipment upon arrival and when you will be ready, you will simply stop by our Ski Valet desk located on the Terrace level (free service to hotel guests for the duration of their stay).

Ski Shop
On Terrace level, just in front of ski valet desk, you will find a ski shop where to rent skis and gear on site.  It is recommended to request your equipment rental in advance to our concierge.

Ski Lift Tickets
To complete your perfect seem less ski experience, Tremblant Resort operates a lift ticket desk also located on the Terrace level of the hotel.  Pick up your equipment, purchase your tickets and hit the slides, as easy as 1-2-3 at Fairmont Tremblant!

Learning with the Pros
Tremblant Ski Academy rivals with North America’s best, thanks to its team of certified teaching professionals and unique top-notch facilities. Lessons with pros must be requested in advance to our concierge. 

Ski Club
A group of ski enthusiast colleagues created the first Fairmont Tremblant Ski Club. Our club aims to accompany our guests during the first tracks sessions to enjoy the best snow conditions and share our best spots on the mountain! Meet us at Ricochet on the Terrace level on Fridays at 7:40am with your first tracks ticket and get ready to hit the slopes!  

For more information, please call a member of our Concierge team at 819 681 7689. For reservations, please fill this form and send it by email to tremblant.concierge@fairmont.com.  


Station Mont-Tremblant continues to improve its infrastructures.

With an investment of 17 million in the summer of 2018, Tremblant is modernizing! By the start of Tremblant’s next slide season, skiers and riders are sure to enjoy a number of on-mountain and pedestrian village upgrades, owing to yet another major investment.

$14.1 M On-Mountain & Pedestrian Village Investment

  • $10.3 M on-mountain investment: Versant Soleil snowmaking upgrades, the acquisition of 2 grooming machines, Phase II of renovations on le Grand Manitou summit chalet, and the arrival of a new on-mountain mobile food truck;
  • $3.8 M investment on Aquaclub la Source complex: Guests will live a refreshed experience featuring 4 new water slides, 35 interactive games, a renovated welcome area, change rooms and fitness centre.

... and Must-Attend Events

  • December: 24h Tremblant, Holiday Season Celebrations, New Year’s Eve Party;
  • January: FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup, Elevation Tremblant;
  • February: Festival Rando Alpine;
  • March: School Break Activities;
  • April: Caribou Cup, Easter Celebrations.

Tremblant #1 in Eastern North America for a 20th year, according to SKI Magazine readers

For the 20th time, readers of SKI Magazine have placed Tremblant at the summit of ski villages they love the most in the East, Canada and United States combined.  Owing to the excellence of its four-season guest experience both on-mountain and in its pedestrian village, the resort destination continues to charm survey readers of this popular magazine. With abundant snowfalls and one of the most sophisticated, powerful snowmaking systems in North America, Tremblant enjoys exceptional slide conditions that delight skiers and snowboarders from November through April. All-caliber trails covering four faces of the mountain mean beginners and thrill-seekers alike enjoy endless possibilities, from the TAM-TAM snow zone or the 6 km beginner-level Nansen specially designed for novices to the Expo’s exciting moguls, and The Edge’s high-adrenaline glades to any one of its three snow parks. To help visitors find the best ski conditions at any given time of day, explore lesser known trails or admire the region’s most spectacular views, twice a day free guided tours are conducted by passionate ski buffs that hold the key to the mountain’s best kept secrets.

Mont-Tremblant Stats

Tremblant's summit sits at 875 meters (2871 feet) and offers a breathtaking view on the Laurentians. The ski area covers 305 hectares (755 acres) and includes 102 ski trails on 4 distinct slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. With over 1,000 snowguns, the ski station is one of the most sophisticated and powerful snowmaking systems in North America.

SKIING AREA

Skiable terrain: 305 hectares (755 acres)
Glades: 73.4 hectares (178 acres)
Total length of trails: 81.9 km (50.8 miles)
Longest trail: Nansen, 6 km (3.7 miles)
South Side vertical drop: 645 meters (2116 feet)
Maximum slope degree: 42°
Snowparks: 3
 
LIFTS

Capacity: 27,830 skiers / hour
Gondolas: 2
High-speed 4-passenger chairlifts: 6
4-passenger chairlifts: 1
3-passenger chairlifts: 1
Magic carpets: 3
Cabriolet: 1
 
SNOWMAKING

Number of snowguns: 1,164
Artificial snow coverage: 188 hectares (465 acres)
 
TRAIL CLASSIFICATION

Easy: 22
Difficult: 31
Very difficult and extreme: 49

    Hours of Operation
    First tracks start at 8:00am
    First gondola open to everyone is at 8:30am and last one is at 3:30pm

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