Mont Tremblant is the East Coast’s heavyweight with 94 trails on 654 skiable acres over four mountains. And you can bet every Tremblant experience is primo from the snow conditions—Tremblant boasts 1,000 snowguns— to one of North America’s best terrain parks, to its impeccable European-inspired base village, bursting with off mountain activities, including dog-sledding, world-class dining, soothing spa treatments, shopping, a rowdy nightlife scene [link], and a casino. A Mont Tremblant ski vacation will please just about any skier or boarder—of any age –looking for any number of experiences. Plus, Mont Tremblant has its own airport 22 miles away and is conveniently located about 80 miles from the Montreal-Trudeau International Airport.
... Canada's most revered east coast winter destination
... here by flying into the Montreal International Airport
... a refined base village with great eats, skiing, and activities
Mont Tremblant's many on-mountain "sugar shacks"
... baguettes dipped in traditional French fondue
... yourself to fine food and wine in this picturesque base area
... an idyllic scene that mixes northern hospitality with certain cosmopolitan airs
Ski Mont Tremblant
Mont Tremblant has four “zones,” the North side, South side, soleil side and The Edge. Of the ski area’s 94 trails, 15 are gladed. Every age skier or boarder will be grinning ear-to-ear on one of Mont Tremblant’s many tree trails. The North side is generally the best place to start your day since the sun warms up the snow a bit and makes for better skiing. So, head up the Telecabine Gondola and from the Grand Manitou summit skiers and boarders have their pick. Beginners will love trail No. 72 Petite Bonheur, while intermediates will enjoy the long, meandering No. 71 Beauchemin trail off of the Lowel Thomas chairlift. Expert skiers will find plenty of leg-burning satisfaction off of the Duncan Express lift, most notably the No. 55 Geant trial. The Edge zone offers thrill seekers double black trees of Les Bouleaux, which runs into the famously long black run, No. 47 Laurentienne.
Beginner skiers have some more options on the South side of the mountain, including the never-ending green L’Algonquin trail, which is also situated in the “soliel” section of the resort. So you can bet the run will likely be warm and sunny. Other great beginner runs include No. 2 La Crete and Mont Tremblant’s longest trail No. 4 Nansen, which goes on for nearly four miles. First-time skiers will find respite on the Equilibre chairlift, located at the base of the South side mountain.
Experienced freestylers will love the medium and large features on the Cure Deslauriers terrain park.
*based on the average of all Overall Experience ratings given in Traveler reviews.
This ski village is great!! Fantastic restaurants, lots of easy slopes (what we were after), great skiing on both sides of the mountain! Lines for the gondola can get pretty long though. Easier to take two smaller lifts to the top. Also, the system for queues is chaos. Rude people are able to push their way to the front of the line without much recourse.
Beautiful Resort everything within walking distance
Lifts were great, the area was beautiful, some of the lines were long but everything ran smoothly. This was my first snowboarding experience and am so glad we went here for it. The slopes were in great condition and everything was ran smoothly. Would definitely love to come back some day.