Visiting Mont Tremblant
Helpful resort information to assist planning your trip to Mont Tremblant.
- Season opens24 Nov 2022
- Season closes16 Apr 2023
- Restaurants | Bars34 | 2
- Nearest Airport Mont-Tremblant /Montreal (Dorval)
- Nearest Train Station Montreal
- Tourist Office Website
- Tourist Office Phone1-888-738-1777
Mont Tremblant Features
The terrain at Mont Tremblant includes::
- Terrain Parks3
- X-Country90.0 km
- Ski Hire—
What's it like at Mont Tremblant resort?
Four-season holiday destination and ski resort, Tremblant welcomes you with newly updated mountain facilities and a European-style pedestrian village with world-class lodging and amenities, restaurants, boutiques and things to do. 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 at all levels. With over 1,000 snow-guns, the ski station is one of the most sophisticated and powerful snow-making systems in North America.
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Explore Mont Tremblant Location Map
Interactive Mont Tremblant trail map and piste map. View the piste and trails as well as the surrounding terrain and mountain contours for backcountry action. Find and compare nearby resorts by clicking on the resort markers.
Mont Tremblant Live Weather
|Resort||Snow Depth||Temp. (°C)||Wind (km/h)||Weather|
|Top Lift:||0.7 m|
|Bottom Lift:||0.1 m|
When's the snowiest month to visit Mont Tremblant?
What's the snow currently like in Mont Tremblant?
A summary of the current snow conditions in Mont Tremblant. View more information on the Mont Tremblant detailed snow report page.
- Piste ConditionArtificial snow cover
- Off-piste Condition—
|Upper snow depth:||66 cm|
|Lower snow depth:||10 cm|
Visitor Reviews of Mont Tremblant
Geno from Canada writes:
In the past 25 years noticed it is getting more snow. Back in the mid 90s to early 2000s was very icy, cold and lacking any significant snowfall. It might be anecdotal evidence but the snow quality is improving with warming temps. Good family resort for introduction into skiing/boarding. On snow days lots of runs to explore especially mid-week providing the best riding experience. A good mix of beginner runs for the kids, plus some nice fast cruisers for the parents. Downsides are the weekends, especially Saturday when the lines are ridiculously long and best avoided. If we stay, I almost always skip riding Saturday and hit the hill Friday and Sunday to avoid the crowds. The chair systems need an update. The North side chair can be a brutal ride to the top. Edge chair is slow and old. Good amount of runs for the size of the mountain (hill) but with some glades and no off-piste riding. Best ridden on snow days where the wide open runs are fun and enjoyable. In dry spells it still gets very icy due to heavy use. Steepest double black runs get tracked and iced up first so don't count on those being open.
Not sure why anyone would fly here. The resort does not offer any breathtaking views or scenery to compare with Alps or Rockies or other resorts in the Appalachians. The village is a tad kitchy and nightlife is limited to two bars with either a young crowd or the underage crowd.
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