Mont Tremblant
3005 Pineford Rd.
Mont Tremblant, CANADA

Phone Number (819) 681-2000 or (800) 567-6760

Reservations Number (800)461-8711

Website Link Tremblant: Winter

Resort Overview: Mont Tremblant is located on the highest peak in the Laurentians, resulting in fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding area. Mont Tremblant has been rated the #1 Ski Resort in Eastern North America. Mont Tremblant is a resort where the snow never seems to stop blanketing the slopes. The resort offers a variety of different cuisine's. Mont Tremblant offers European charm meeting North-American comfort. Tremblant has joined the select group of ski resorts to offer skiers a gondola. This fast-moving gondola (seven minutes to the summit) reduces in-line waiting. As you step into the heated panoramic window cabin and it makes its way up the mountain, the magnificent Laurentian scenic view unrolls at your feet. A new Adventure Centre is located at the entrance to the resort and has a full array of sports equipment to rent. Whether you decided to travel unencumbered by your skis or just wish to try out a different sport, you can rent downhill and cross-country skis, snowboards and snowblades, telemark, snowshoes and accessories at a reasonable price. Another on-site service is a robot device for perfect edge filing. At the summit of the mountain is a new rental centre specialized in state-of-the-art equipment. You may want to experiment with snowblades, parabolic skis or the newest skiboards, or you can rent these for a few hours or more. On the other hand, if you prefer a slow scenic climb, you can rent snowshoes and set out on the reserved trails. At the foot of the mountain in the Johannsen you can try out high performance skis, snowblades and snowboards before deciding to purchase these tempting avant-garde gliding toys. The new Cirque Blanc is more than a mere arcade, Cirque Blanc is an entertainment centre featuring 3-D animation, virtual simulations and video games. A world where kids and teens will feel right at home and where adults are admitted if they're not bothersome. Lodge de la Montagne is located at the foot of the mountain and has direct access to the lifts. The 139 inviting rooms are adorned with rustic logs and stones. This cozy hotel offers a full range of amenities, namely a game room, whirlpools, sauna, full-time reception, laundry facilities and indoor parking plus a splendid outlook on the mountain or the lake.

What's New This Year: 100 acres of skiable terrain; 20 % additionnal terrain 15 trails, including 11 trails designed in classic style to hug the natural curves of the mountain and 4 glades; 1 natural half-pipe.A new face with more sun and more protection from the wind; 1 high-speed quadruple chairlift; 1 log cabin where you can take a relaxing break. A new half-pipe at the Snow Park that's 600 metres long; 75 metres wide and 140 metres vertical.The Express Gondola or Lowell Thomas lifts will take you straight there. And this year, you'll have a chance to check it out earlier and later in the season. The Snow Park has been completely redesigned to offer better snow quality thanks to the micro-climate at the top of the mountain! Back this year for the deeply committed sensation-seeker, the X-Zone at night has what it takes to turn your crank. It's an awesome playground you can conquer on a board, on Snowblades or on super side cut skis. Check out the rollers and dips on the Curé Deslauriers run. Get your pulse racing on the Chrono-course! Or sign up for our Surf Under theStars program! Enter the X-Zone and prepare to have the time of your life! Rates Adult (13 and over) $19 Youth (6-12) 14$ Children (5 and under) FREE Additional ski boot rental $5 Prices include lift, equipment rental ( ski boots not included, snowboard boots includes). $5 charge to change snow toy during the evening. Inventory of equipment limeted. Taxes extra. Prices subject to change without notice.

Resort Statistics:
Base Elevation: 870
Summit: 3,001
Vertical Drop: 2,131
Skiable Acres: 502
Average Annual Snowfall: 150
Season: November 17th-April 22nd
Snowmaking: Yes
Night Skiing: No
Ski-Only Areas: No
Snowboarding Offered: Yes
Snowboarding Trails: 77
Terrain Parks: 2
Cross Country Skiing Offered: Yes
Lifts: 11; 1 Magic Carpet; 4 Triple Chair; 5 High Speed Quad; 1 Gondolas
Lift Capacity/Hr: 22,800
Lift Hours: 8:30 - 3:30
Terrain: 20% Beginner; 25% Intermediate; 45% Advanced; 10% Expert
Longest Run: 3.75 km
Lift Ticket Prices: Adult (18-64) $55; Youth (13-17) $40; Senior (65+) $40; Kids (6-12) $30; PeeWee (5-under) FREE

Passes/Discounts Available: Yes; Season Passes and the VIP Package that lets you team up with a guide to discover the mountain and gives you priority access to the lifts. Pick up your package of 10, 3-hour long outings for just $260* per outing, per group. * Lift tickets and taxes not included. Certain restrictions apply. Reservations required 24 hours in advance. Possibility of deferred payment. Pick up your season pass at the Chalet des Voyageurs Guest Service counter. Ask about a deferred payment option that lets you divide the total into 5 payments.

Day Care: Mother Nature's Day Camp (1 to 6 years) RATES Schedule: 7 days a week - 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Meeting Place: 20 mins. prior to daycare start. Dates: Nov. 20, 99 to April 23, 2000. Lesson and equipment rental available at the Kidz Club. Reservation required. Morning daycare (8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.) $29; Afternoon daycare (1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.) $29; Half-day daycare with lunch (8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) $35; Full day daycare with lunch (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) $46; Multiday daycare packages available $42 /day.

Children's Lessons: Ski or Snowboard Week (ski 3 to 12 years, surf 7 to 12 years) A week of fun and adventure with new friends. Includes: 14 hours of lessons, 3.5 hours a day, priority access to lifts during lesson, welcome cocktail, supervised lunches, group photo, friendly race (ski only) and souvenir medal. Thursday night farewell dinner is extra. Welcome is available from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., every morning, except Mondays. RATES Regular 7 days prior Schedule: Monday to Thursday - 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Meeting Place: Ski 20 mins. prior to lesson start. Snowboard 20 mins. prior to lesson start. Dates: Dec.13, 99 to April 6, 2000 Note: Departure for the weeks of Dec.27, 99 Feb.21 and March 13, 2000 are at 9:30 a.m. Ski with lunch $ 223 $193; Surf with lunch $235 $203 Add. full day Friday with lunch $72.

Babysitting: Call the resort for more information.

Family Recreational Activities: Skating: Skating on lac Miroir, right in the heart of Vieux Tremblant, music making you waltz or move at an upbeat rhythm on the ice. Day and evening skating, entertainment on specific days and skate rentals. Snowshoeing: Snowshoeing is one of the oldest mode of transportation turned into a sport. You can rent snowshoes at our Adventure Centres and set out on slow-pace strolls through the resort grounds or climb up the mountain on the reserved trails. Cross-country skiing over 90 km of groomed trails. Cross-country skis and equipment are rented at our Adventure Centres. Trail Maps are available to guide beginner, intermediate or expert cross-country skiers. Prices are reasonable with special discounts for families and seniors. Telemark & Ice-climbing: Are you a daredevil? Why not try telemark on an obstacle course made of bumps, curves and other manmade elements or mountain ice-climbing lessons right here on one of the highest peaks in the Laurentians? For children and teens: The Kidz Club is exclusively for younger members of the family. Pool tables, video games, funky music and non-alcoholic beverages. There is also a daycare centre run by professionals, where your little ones will be kept amused, well fed and befriend with other of the same age group…while you do your own thing with peace of mind. Deer Observation: On snowshoes, accompanied by a biologist discover the habitat of the white-tail deer. This tour will give you an entirely new perspective on the life and habits of this beautiful animal. Sleigh ride : A one-hour sleigh ride just like in the olden days! Winding through the village streets and the nearby forest paths. Dress warmly for this night-time picture-postcard excursion. At night: When day turns to dusk and you're ready for a change of pace, there is dancing, live music performances by "chansonniers", star gazing, games and movies and strolling arm in arm with family and friends through a magical maze of pedestrian paths. Dogsledding: A typical winter adventure, comparable in expenditure of energy to cross-country skiing. Before setting out on an expedition, expert trainers will explain the basics for a safe trip, from the dog's harness and security measures while guiding the sleigh, to the hierarchy among the pack. The wind whistling, the sun setting through the trees and man and beast united in a joyful dash through the snow. Half days to multiple days expedition packages and guided tours. Snowmobiling : Snowmobiling is gaining in popularity every year. A network of over 2000 km well kept trails run throughout the Laurentians. Skilled guides will take you on a few hours or full day rides to admire winter from a different point of view. Recreational and educational activities : Mont Tremblant resort, the neighboring villages of Mont-Tremblant and St-Jovite abound with talented artists and artisans, whose works can be admired and purchased locally. Time will run out before you run out of things to do!

Kids Rental Items: Cribs are available at Babies Away (800) 446-9030

Lodging: Located in Tremblant's pedestrian village, Les Suites Tremblant offers a wide variety of accommodation to suit your needs from affordable, fully-equipped condos to luxurious mountain side homes. Each transaction is encrypted and secure. There's no better way to immediately confirm your reservation on-line and check out the latest special offers and packages. We can also send you a brochure with all the information you'll need to plan your next vacation. 1 800 461-8711. Lodging avaliable are: ski-in/ski-out condos; with fully equipped kitchen, fireplace and separate bedrooms in most units; free indoor parking; laundry facilities. Also available are luxurious ski-in/ski-out mountain homes. Call the resort or visit their website for more details.

Amenities: Ski Check, Business Center, Ice Skating, Snow Mobiling, Sleigh Rides, 1 Brewery, 17 Restaurants & Cafes, 3 Nightclubs & Bars, 8 Coffee Shops, Whirlpool, Sauna, Massage, Mountain Biking, Golf. There are 9 ski shops and 75 retail shops within 10 miles of the resort. Mont Tremblant also offers a pool, exercise room and hot steam bath. Mont Tremblant also offers deer observations, snowshoeing, ice climbing, and cross-country skiing.

Transportation Available: Mont-Tremblant Express by Skyport, on location at both Montreal airports, offers ground transportation to and from the Moutain.

Awards: Ranked #1 by Ski Magazine

© 2020 Beacon Group Holdings, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Site by Doghouse Technologies, Inc.


Beaver Creek

Big Sky

Canaan Valley

Crested Butte

Deer Valley

Durango Resort

Grand Targhee


Hidden Valley

Loon Mountain

Mount Tremblant

Okemo Mountain Resort

Smugglers' Notch


Snowmass Ski Area

Snowshoe Mountain Resort

Squaw Valley Mountain Resort

Steamboat Springs Resort

Stowe Mountain Resort

Stratton Mountain Resort

Sunday River




Waterville Valley

Whistler - Blackcomb

Winter Park Resort


Taking the KidsTMSkiing

Frequently Asked Questions

Colorado's Mountain Resorts Get in Gear for Winter

Vermont's Ski Resorts Are Easier to Reach

Jiminy Peak Ascends to a Full-Scale Destination Resort

Ascutney: Vermont's Family-Friendly Mountain is on the Rise

A Walk on the Wild Side: Snowshoeing Liberating, Exhilarating and Anybody Can Do It

Family Safety on the Slopes