Tremblant Ski Resort Guide
Snowboarding in Tremblant
One of the largest riding areas in Canada, offering some amazing terrain. Free riders have plenty to explore with trees and powder in the Emotion area and a huge terrain park complete with Olympic size super pipe.
The skiing in Tremblant
Even after repeatedly being voted the number one ski resort in the east, Tremblant continues to make significant improvements – new last year was the Versant Soleil adding over 20% to the skiing in one fell swoop. If you are also looking for snow quality and quantity look no further – the state of the art Avalanche system is the best in Canada. Skiing convenience is superb with the vast majority of the accommodation being virtually ski in – ski out. The lifts radiate from near the heart of the resort with all the children’s and nursery slopes right there at hand. Families and beginners will find the facilities close to perfection. Modern high-speed lifts whisk you around the system where intermediates and better will find a choice of roller-coaster cruising and attractive glades. These wind down from the impressive peak of Mt Manitou to all points of the compass and you can enjoy playing follow-the-sun throughout the day! With over a third of the mountain classed as advanced even the best skiers will find much to keep them busy. On the newly extended north side there are several long top to bottom bump runs, numerous blacks including the steepest run in the east and also some impressive tree skiing.
Après ski in Tremblant
This is one of the most charming resorts that you will ever find. Lined by traditional style buildings in vibrant colours a network of pedestrianised cobbled streets lies at the heart of village that has been built in the style of Vieux Tremblant nearby. Here there is a wide choice of welcoming bistros and fine restaurants – all very friendly and with a very French feel. The centre buzzes with life après-ski and there are also plenty of bars that offer a quieter drink. Other off-slope activities are numerous and include the health centre with pool and waterslides built to resemble a forest lake. There are sleigh rides, snowmobiling and ice-skating whilst the cosmopolitan city of Montreal makes a fascinating excursion.