1000 Chemin des Voyageurs, Mont-Tremblant , QC (Driving Directions to Tremblant)
Last Updated: 10/27/2016 9:41 PM

Tremblant Ski Report, Mountain Conditions and Resort Statistics

  • 17 Beginner
  • 31 Intermediate
  • 36 Advanced
  • 10 Expert
With the tallest peak in the Laurentians, breathtaking scenery, Old World charm, a unique pedestrian village, 95 runs and 14 lifts, the mountain has been thrilling skiers and riders alike for 73 years. Experience true Joie de vivre as you stroll the quaint streets lined with boutiques, restaurants and bars that have made Tremblant legendary for its après-ski.

Tremblant Amenities

  • Night Skiing Night Skiing
    Night skiing available.
  • Terrain Park Terrain Park
    Ski area offers at least one terrain park.
  • Half Pipe Half Pipe
    Ski area offers a half pipe.
  • Cat Skiing Cat Skiing
    Cat skiing is available at this resort; may entail an add'l cost
  • Grooming Grooming
    This resort grooms a portion of its slopes.
  • Snow Making Snow Making
    Ski area offers snow making for additional coverage.
  • Family Friendly Family Friendly
    This resort is known for providing a family friendly atmosphere.
  • Expert Favorite Expert Favorite
    This resort is known for its challenging terrain.
  • Daycare Available Daycare Available
    Guests have access to daycare services; an additional charge may apply.
  • Slopeside Dining Slopeside Dining
    Resort offers at least one restaurant on the slopes; hours may vary.
  • Slopeside Lodging Slopeside Lodging
    This resort has slopeside lodging available; it may or may not be ski in/ski out.
  • Tubing Tubing
    This resort offers tubing activities; additional charges may apply
  • Wi-Fi Access Wi-Fi Access
    This resort is equipped with internet access; additional charges may apply
  • Skiers Only Skiers Only
    This resort does not allow snowboarding.
  • Ropes Course/Aerial Park Ropes Course/Aerial Park
    Resort offers ropes course/aerial park. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Alpine Slide / Coaster Alpine Slide / Coaster
    Resort has Alpine Slide, Alpine Coast or both. Additional charges may apply, may only be open in summer.
  • Concerts / Festivals Concerts / Festivals
    Frequent host of concerts or festivals.
  • Event Space/Conference Center Event Space/Conference Center
    Resort has event space & conference center available.
  • Former Olympic Site Former Olympic Site
    Resort is a former Olympic site.
  • Gambling Gambling
    Resort has legal gambling services.
  • Golf Course Golf Course
    Resort has a golf course. Additional charges may apply, may only be open in summer.
  • Gondola Rides Gondola Rides
    Resort offers gondola rides.
  • Hiking Hiking
    Resort offers hiking trails and services. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Ice Skating Ice Skating
    Resort offers ice skating activities.
  • Indoor Waterpark Indoor Waterpark
    Resort offers indoor waterpark.
  • Mountain Biking Mountain Biking
    Resort offers mountain biking. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Outdoor Waterpark Outdoor Waterpark
    Resort offers outdoor water park. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Segway Tours Segway Tours
    Resort offers segway tours. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.
  • Snowmobiling Snowmobiling
    Resort offers snowmobiling. Additional charges may apply.
  • Spa Spa
    Resort offers spa services. Additional charges may apply.
  • Zipline Zipline
    Resort offers zipline activities. Additional charges may apply, may only be available in summer.

Tremblant Operations


Plan to Open 11/24

Lifts Open/Total

0 of 14

Weekday Hours


Trails Open/Total

0 of 96

Weekend Hours


Tremblant Snow Report & Ski Conditions

Base Elevation

755 ft

24-hr Snowfall


Vertical Drop

2,116 ft

Avg Base Depth


Peak Elevation

2,871 ft

Tremblant Ski Pictures and Photos

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Tremblant Trail Map

Tremblant Reviews & Tips (56)

First time at this mountain. Great runs, long and wide. Good grooming. Liftopia vouchers were easy to convert to tickets and of course much cheaper than regular tickets. The only con was that the mountain is very popular and very crowded. The North Side runs had much better snow condition but there were only two lifts and very long lines. The Duncan Express (the only lift to the top) on the North Side apparently had some mechanical problem and the waiting line was extremely long. The village very nice and it is worth to pay for more expensive accomodation and stay in the village then use cheaper hotels somewhere else. Outside of the village there is nothing to do after ski.
Tremblant review written Mar 25 2016 - 07:31 AM
Grace Intermediate Skier
Many choices of reasonably priced soups a the the top of the mountain, with a few rolls. Don't bother carrying a lunch.
Tremblant review written Mar 22 2016 - 06:13 PM
Beth Advanced Skier
I went here with my 23 year old son and 21 year old daughter. I ski they board. This was a great mountain. Two day's of skiing and we only repeated the trails we really liked. Not the tallest mountain but a nice variety of slopes, and glades. Lift prices are a bargain compared to Vermont. The strong dollar makes the Canadian taxes tolerable.
Tremblant review written Mar 14 2016 - 06:18 PM
Bob Intermediate Skier
Beautiful! A wonderful mountain with long wide runs for all abilities. Super family friendly. Freezing cold but lots of snow. Fairmont is true ski in /out, however not as upscale as other Fairmont properties elsewhere. Get on the mountain early for great groomers. Very civilized food and beverage choices. Lunch at Le Shak and Fat Mardi in the village were good choices, with variety and friendly service. Went to The Pizzeria for light dinners 2 nights, because the food was fresh and servers friendly. Everyone speaks both French and English, but it's fun to speak French and it elicits a friendly response. Can't wait to go back! It's like being in Europe but closer to Ohio!
Tremblant review written Feb 28 2016 - 08:57 PM
Joyce Intermediate Skier
Our family of 5 loves skiing Tremblant! Snow was great this year. Plenty of terrain for the strongest and weakest skiers in our group. Liftopia tickets are great a deal and we always pick our tickets up at the ticket window with our Liftopia receipt with no problems. Best place to stay is the Fairmont! A true ski in/ski out experience. Amazing brunch. Apes Ski drinks in the giant slope side hot tub is the best way to end a day. Ski valet is super. Can't beat it. We go back year after year!
Tremblant review written Feb 19 2016 - 03:54 PM
TabO Intermediate Skier
I bought lift tickets for April 3rd through Liftopia. They charge in US dollars and add a service/tax fee also in US dollars for a mountain resort that operates in Canadian dollars. After paying for all this, with the dollar exchange rate it ended up costing about 10% more than the full price of a lift ticket at the hill! No deal here.
Tremblant review written Apr 06 2015 - 05:36 AM
David Advanced Snowboarder
Liftopia works out about the same for Canadians buying lift tickets right now with the low dollar. I will say that it was extremely easy to get my tickets by just having them scan my phone at the ticket booth. So if the dollar improves, I'd definitely recommend Liftopia. Tremblant is a sprawling resort with lots to discover both on and off the hill. My main complaint were the lift lines which were brutal on Saturday, but not so bad on Sunday and Monday. Average wait was 20 mins on Saturday, and 10 on Sunday/Monday. Also, for spring skiing, the lifts close too early since the light is still good until around 5:30pm. Lots of variety for all levels, although I wish they had a few more double-blacks with glades, there are only about 4 or 5 that are good, so we just kept doing different variations of those. Conditions were great. It's definitely worth going to once, quite a place, but I may try someone else next time that is less busy.
Tremblant review written Apr 02 2015 - 08:44 AM
Jeffrey Advanced Skier
Many ski in/ski out condos are not really that and the shuttle buses are unreliable. The lift lines are ridiculously long. Once you are finally on the mountain you are limited to only a few intermediate runs. On the plus side the snow conditions were great and the village is really nice.
Tremblant review written Mar 24 2015 - 07:47 AM
Matt Advanced Skier
2 tips for maximizing ski-to-wait ratios: 1) If you can shift your eating schedule so that it's off-period from everyone else's you will find empty slopes and eager lifts during the 12pm-1:30pm lunch breaks. 2) There's the Chaise TGV (and others that pick-up in the middle of the mountain) lift which will often have less people waiting in line. Then you can just keep going on those without having to visit the more densely populated lower-lifts.
Tremblant review written Mar 19 2015 - 09:54 PM
Willy Xiao Intermediate Skier
Ride on Sun and weekdays if you want to have less crowd and shorter line at the gondola. Half day lift ticket starts at 12pm, so might as well buy the full day. Love this resort.
Tremblant review written Mar 10 2015 - 12:01 PM
CK Beginner Snowboarder
My Girlfriend and I booked a last minute trip to Tremblant based on a recommendation from our friend. The village was quaint and very nice. The lift line for the gondola was insane but after the first run up, we avoided the gondola and rode the chairs and never waited more than a few minutes. The remote and mid mountain lift were ski-up. The snow was very nice and held up well throughout the day without being skied off except at the end of the day in a few places. Being intermediate skiers, the trails were nice and were were comfortable riding up through some of the blacks. The 20% exchange rate difference was a nice way to save some cash and all the businesses and resturaunts in the village were friendly. We will definitely go back. We may just try to avoid a school vacation week to try to cut down on some of the traffic.
Tremblant review written Mar 09 2015 - 06:23 PM
John Intermediate Skier
This is a family resort with skating, tobogganing and a great deal more. World class resort. Food is very good. Stay in village for 3 nights and 2 days of skiing. I would return again and again.
Tremblant review written Mar 08 2015 - 09:20 AM
James Advanced Skier
Just finished a fantastic 6 days in Tremblant. Although it was holiday season the queues moved fairly quickly but best to avoid the gondola on South side and use chairs to reach the top. The Edge lift is also painfully slow. Snow was great and DD runs challenging however there is something for all abilities and lots of fun stuff through the trees too. It is cold, especially if you are used to skiing in Europe and a face mask is essential. Staff friendly (checking passes by person seemed strange now but it works), food may be expensive by local standards but is much cheaper than in European resorts; recommend the soups!
Tremblant review written Mar 07 2015 - 05:44 AM
Bex Advanced Skier
My girlfriend and I went for 2 days, ended up staying for 5 it was so nice! Planning my next trip already. This is my first season and first mountain. I found the blues to be much harder than in Ontario (not surprisingly) however I was on black diamonds after a couple of days. They are challenging and lots of variety. It can get really cold (-28 C) cold on the top so be prepared. I would definitely recommend going during the week if you can, weekends get a little crazy with tourists but still worth it. After going multiple days consecutively, I still found many of the runs I "mastered" fun. If you out grow a run, there are plenty of challenging double blacks that will keep you humble. If you're really new, don't worry, there are super easy greens but I didn't really explore them. The lift lines weren't really a big deal for me...but some may find waiting a couple minutes too long to wait in line. I'd stay away from the gondola and stick with the lifts if that's an issue for you. My advice in terms of peoples complaints about being expensive, Tremblant can be rather affordable if you plan ahead. We stayed in a cabin 10 minutes away for 1/5th the price people were paying in the village (and had 3 bedrooms) and didn't really eat on site apart from hot chocolates or coffees. One awesome tip, bring a bathing suit for after to hop in the outdoor hot tub at AquaClub. Best thing after a day of skiing!
Tremblant review written Feb 26 2015 - 06:02 PM
Alex Intermediate Skier
Liftopia tickets are sold in U.S. dollars, even if your buying tickets in Canada by a Canadian So last week I was charged an xtra 28 % on my credit card conversion. The US funds should be more prominent. Great condition at Tremblant but we frooze our ***off, and very windy.
Tremblant review written Feb 25 2015 - 04:11 PM
Phil Advanced Skier
Tremblant has no night skiing. Their hours are 8:30AM-3:30PM , all week. Saturdays until 4PM. Also crazy line-ups at south side (main entry) , and most of south side is ice usually. GO TO NORTH SIDE!! , amazing snow condition, can actually dig in and grip (not 1 inch powder on ice). Glades are very amazing on North side "Edge" chair. Also way less people , all the tourists just haven't discovered it , barely any wait at lifts on North side at all .Just go to the North side and you will enjoy your day.North Side for Life!!! lol. But there is no night skiing , so Tremblant can not really be classified as world-class.
Tremblant review written Feb 17 2015 - 08:57 AM
Rober Advanced Snowboarder
Tremblant is notorious for their long lines. If you're at the South Side base Gondola and it's crazy busy, do an about face 180 degrees and take the Flying Mile lift instead. Then once disembarked, ski over to the TGV (half way station on the South Side) which you would normally use if only skiing the top half of the South Side. You can access the TGV by skiing down the blue run to the left off of the Flying Mile lift, or ski to the right off of the Flying Mile lift and then over the crest (opposite face to Flying Mile run,) of the hill and then straight down and traverse (Beauvelon?). If you're a group of different level skiers/snowboarders, and you are trying to figure out when and where to meet up for lunch, try 11:00AM on the North Side (Chalet/cafeteria). It's also licensed so you can enjoy a cold beer or a glass of (not bad) wine with your lunch. Some of the most beautiful runs are on the North Side; however, Duncan Express frequently stops and it's really cold sitting on that pokey "high speed" (not) quad. So I would recommend doing a top-to-bottom run before lunch and then spend some time on a quiet North Side after you've eaten (while everyone else is at lunch! ) Tuesday is probably the best day (population wise) to ski the hill. The last two times we've skied there, was from Sunday to Wednesday. Lines were awesome. The weather was awesome. The top was uncharacteristically calm. Otherwise, if skiing the weekend (especially in March/when it's warmer) be prepared to wait a long time.
Tremblant review written Feb 12 2015 - 11:07 AM
Nickie Intermediate Skier
First of all - the Liftopia passes I bought were even cheaper than the "corporate" deal we got for our company group fo 60+. So go Liftopia. And yes .. halfway there I realized I forgot my paper and was so worried that I had just flushed $150 ... but they got the scan off my iPhone and that was great. Tremblant has some good runs - although it can get pretty cold. Dress well and buy one of those face masks to cover yhour whole face and you will be fine. Also - some hot shots may come in handy - although even in -20 I myself was fine (good Descente gear and Helly Hansen down gloves). You can avoid the long line at the main gondola and take the Casino gondola thats to the west - it's well hidden. This takes you to the bottom of one of the chairs that will run you to the top - and there are very short lines there.
Tremblant review written Feb 02 2015 - 06:52 AM
Tim Advanced Skier
I've snowboarder at tons of resorts over the years including Whistler, French alps, Big White, Mt Saint Louise, Mt. St. Anne, and others and this is one of the worst ones. Line ups are massive, most diamond runs are icy, and lifts are really slow. Not a big fan. This was the second time but it's unlikely I'll be returning. On the plus side staff are really friendly and the village is nice.
Tremblant review written Dec 23 2014 - 06:15 PM
Not worth it Advanced Snowboarder
I found the lesson to be a great deal. I had a super vigilant instructor with our group and he noticed 2 people in the group were having problems early on. It was brutally cold (-44C wind chill) but we were having a great time. Dressed warmly in layers and my instructor allowed me under his name, to demo some newer skiis since I was using old school parabolics. Overall great expeience.
Tremblant review written Mar 13 2014 - 08:58 PM
Pam Gray Intermediate Skier
This was my second time using Liftopia and fifth trip out to Tremblant. Getting our lift passes was quick and easy. Just hand in your print out and Voila 3 lift passes and ready to go. As long as when you order you realize that they are non-refundable and you can't predict the conditions it is always a good deal with great savings. Show up early on day 1 so you can hit the slopes right after you get your lift ticket. South side gets icier in the afternoon so we do south in the a.m and north in the p.m. Line times for lifts are indicated at the top of the mountain so you can decide where it makes most sense to ski. Have skied in rain and fog but again the weather is the weather. Overnight grooming is always well done and enjoy the conditions every time.
Tremblant review written Mar 13 2014 - 09:04 AM
Jeff Advanced Skier
My 2-day Liftopia pass said I had to bring a printout. But this wasn't necessary -- you can just show the confirmation on your phone and they had no problem with this at the Ticket window. We went this past Family Day weekend (Feb 2014) and Tremblant was insanely busy. Would never go this weekend again. I've been to Tremblant many times and this was the worst. I'll still go back to Tremblant, just at a different time of year.
Tremblant review written Feb 23 2014 - 04:59 PM
Boarder Intermediate Snowboarder
my first time in M.Tremblant and I have finished with a bitter aftertaste: nice place but... I have never spent so much time in the lines!! amazing. The ski resort is quite expensive and they take their time to open the lifts progressively... Last but not least, despite I rented H.performance skis they have given me regular ones. My advice is not to rent at the ski resort but in the small shops placed in old town.
Tremblant review written Feb 22 2014 - 05:50 PM
j. Advanced Skier
Go to the North side and rip down the single and double diamonds. Expo is best in the morning before it gets skied off. Solei side gets really skied off as well by the end of the day, but there are really sick glades along most of the runs. Love the mountain in general.
Tremblant review written Feb 20 2014 - 04:53 PM
The Yeti Advanced Skier
Me and few friends headed up February 9 - February 15. We found 3 day passes that included lift/rentals and saved quite a bit of money that way. We decided on splitting a car rental and split a place at Le Sommet Des Neiges. It was really nice and clean and comfortable. Me and my friend stayed downstairs in the king and one stayed upstairs in the pullout couch (which he seemed to be fine with). It had a full kitchen so we bought some grociers and mainly ate in each night. My friends were much more comfortable on the slopes then I. I took lessons a few days and figured out what I was doing wrong. I would come back here in a heart beat. The hotel we stayed in and the liftopia lift and rental tickets we got were right out the back door to get. Then we walked just out that door and got on the fifts. Also staying on the hotel, you get a locker to store your skis each night, I wouldn't do another ski trip any other way!!! I thought the runs were long and didn't have to wait to long to get up. We happened to be there during the 75 year anniversary so that day seemed more like Sunday. It is busier for sure on the weekends but was awesome.. Almost forgot to mention that staying at this particular hotel you get passes to go free ice skating at night or snow tubing. We all had the best time ever. The people are also very friendly. The casino is up the road but the shuttle may or may not be running so you may have to drive yourself or take a cab. However, I would opt to go just to see some of the deer. The casino and some place around there feed the deer and they come right up to you. Bring some apples, they love them.. All and all the place, the village, is incredible and I have not one thing to complain about on this trip. If you decide to go, I don't think you will regret it at all.
Tremblant review written Feb 18 2014 - 08:24 PM
Cheryl Intermediate Skier
Here's my tip: If you have Ontario 10km under the speed limit to avoid being stalked by the Quebec police. My fiancé's birthday weekend was ruined by a $452 speeding ticket for doing 8km over.
Tremblant review written Feb 04 2014 - 10:09 AM
Brit Intermediate Snowboarder
Mt Tremblant is one of the best in the east. Awesome skiing but long lines on Saturdays. Best parking is on the north side. If you are skiing for 2 days or longer and staying in the village stop by to see if your hotel is ready and check in early. If not park on the northside and after skiing bring car over to lot just in back of the VIP lot. Parking was free when I went(except the VIP lot was$15).
Tremblant review written Jan 20 2014 - 06:03 PM
Bob Advanced Skier
The slopes were well maintained, so even in a week with rain, we had a great day skiing when the sun finally came out. Clouds/fog can be pretty amazing on the mountain, but trails are generally wide, so not too hazardous when visibility is low. We couldn't find anyplace to change boots,or leave lunches at the bottom of the mt. In the lower level of the restaurant at the top you can leave a lunch...just about the only place at the mtn that looked like other ski areas I'm familiar with....We stayed in the old village a few km from the mountain..found it much more preferable than the overdone "village " at the base of the mountain. We found great cross country skiing at Mt Tremblant National park! too.
Tremblant review written Jan 18 2014 - 07:20 AM
M. Smith Intermediate Skier
Tremblant no doubt is the Best in the East if you time the weather well... we encountered gorgeous 20-25 degree weather with fresh snow around Christmas. Definitely stay in the Village and take advantage of the sites, sounds and free amenities like tubing and skating. Ski both North & South, try the advanced slopes after a good snowfall or first thing in the morning after a night of snow grooming. Finally... no doubt rent from Liftopia to save you money.
Tremblant review written Jan 07 2014 - 12:27 PM
Mr. K Intermediate Skier
Tremblant is definitively one of the best places to sky in the world.
Tremblant review written Jan 01 2014 - 06:45 PM
GAM Beginner Skier
Bought a two day ticket but the second day the high winds caused the south to be closed. The north side only had one of two lifts running, so everyone was converging on the one lift primarily. This resulted in huge lift lines and very limited runs open. Having bought the two consecutive day ticket, I felt I had no choice but to deal with what was available. While we saved $ going with the two day ticket, we would have opted not to have skiied that day if we had a choice. Check ahead for wind conditions. This is the second time we have gone to Tremblant and had the south side closed due to high winds.
Tremblant review written Dec 27 2013 - 09:28 AM
Kurt Beginner Skier
Skied on 11/27-11/30- They are progressively opening more trails each day. They were making snow each day and night. And the conditions were very good with a few inches of powder on most slopes. I would be cautious about traveling to Tremblant on the weekend until more lifts are open. There were 40+min plus lines at times due to large weekend crowds and only 3 lifts + magic carpet open. All in all, worth it to go ASAP if you can get a good deal on the lift ticket.
Tremblant review written Nov 30 2013 - 02:40 PM
aaron Advanced Skier
We bought a 3 day youth ski ticket from liftopia the week before ontario march break. Immediately afterwards we found it would have been significantly less money to buy a 5 day youth pass directly from the hill. We wrote to liftopia as they promote a discount from the hill prices. Because we weren't comparing directly the same amount of days in the lift passes Liftopia refused to provide a further discount or refund. So we lost $44 + 19% tax compared to buying from the hill. Very disappointing.
Tremblant review written Mar 14 2013 - 05:25 AM
craig Advanced Skier
I live in Florida and this was my first East Coast ski trip after 22 years out west due to the horror stories I heard about icy, rocky East coast mountains. I'm glad to say was pleasantly surprised by mountain and snow conditions. Still does not match CO, UT or Sun Valley better resorts but if you're an eastcoaster like me and don't want to go cross country not bad at all. Main negative was went during spring break and mountain is not big enough for breaker crowds. Also not enough runs for a whole wk of skiing but there are other mtns around if you want to spread the wealth. Loved the village, went to a different restaurant &/or bar every night for a week and all were good. Homewood Suites was good price for a suite and quick walk to gondola. Agree XX black runs were lacking, but Northside runs off Duncan lift were great and fast. Overall B+, not bad for East Coast.
Tremblant review written Mar 07 2013 - 02:59 PM
Bert Advanced Skier
We skied at Tremblant for the first time last week and LOVED the place. Great conditins, perfect weather, great hotel, amazing food. Was it expensive, as other reviewers have commented? Yes, but worth every dime!! We didn't buy our tickets through Liftopia as the resort had better pricing on multiple day tickets if you book two days in advance, and the date can be changed if you don't use them.
Tremblant review written Mar 01 2013 - 11:51 AM
Brian Intermediate Skier
Great boarding during the week, no lines, no waiting. A much better experience than the often excessively busy weekend. However, if you are going for the nightlife as well or don't have the time off, than there really is no other alternative. Overall, a good mix of terrain, however, the black runs are often much too short (especially on the South), often levelling into a blue before dropping again. So if you are looking for continuous steep drops I would stay look elsewhere. The food at Tremblant is good, but expensive. Mont Ste Anne and Le Massif offer a much better culinary experience at much better prices. Yet, they don't have the same diversity that Tremblant does in terms of runs, but are also quieter on the weekends.
Tremblant review written Jan 23 2013 - 05:18 PM
Ted Advanced Snowboarder
Great time skiing Christmas 2012. Did two highly contrasting days. First day (boxing day) conditions were superb, good snow coverage with beautiful blue skies and low winds. Stuck to the north side which is quieter and perfect for intermediates. Most of the black runs were really blue just a few steep sections. Second day 27th was an extreme experience. Winds so high at the top of Duncan express that we ended up being blown back uphill 10-20 metres when waiting for the kids! It was good fun if a little crazy. South side ended up being closed due to the conditions, we hung out on north side again though lift lines got huge with only 2-3 lifts open. Had one final amazing run down a virtually empty south side and still managed to ski from 8:30am to 2:30pm. Will certainly return but everything you hear about the cold is true :) Price we paid here on liftopia was great, worked out at $50 per day each for four of us (two adults two kids) for two days including taxes.
Tremblant review written Dec 29 2012 - 08:43 AM
Phil Intermediate Skier
Amazing trip, stayed at the resort thursday- monday with some buddies and was the best time ive had in a while. Even though we have been given the horrid warm weather for snow riding, Mont Tremblant did a good job keeping up their share of the snow. After the long day of snowboarding, we would all split a case of beer in one of the hot tubs at the resort, and follow it up with some dinner and dancing at the night clubs. Cant ask for anything more, cant wait till next year!
Tremblant review written Apr 02 2012 - 05:59 PM
Sean L Advanced Snowboarder
My husband had not been on skis in 5 years due to some surgery, I had not been out in 4. We spent the whole trip on the green slopes which for him worked extremely well. They were beautifully groomed and the vistas were gorgeous! As I don't like to ski alone, I didn't get to the blues, but no worry, we'll be back and hopefully with friends! Although the lifts don't open until 8:30 we had the option to take the "first run" which starts at 7:45am on the north side. There is an additional fee for this, but it was included with our stay. We stayed at the resort for 3 nights (Residence Inn by Marriott) and thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the Mont Tremblant Village.
Tremblant review written Feb 16 2012 - 06:42 AM
Josie Intermediate Skier
Love Tremblant, great skiing, not as busy as US ski areas and people are so friendly. Fairmont Hotel is so lovely, ski in/out, so convenient and Jack in their rental spot is such a nice guy! Gorgeous hot tub/pool right next to the slope. Free tubing for the kids in season on the bunny hill. Loved our meals at Fat Mardis? BEST artichoke-spinach dip eva!and their sister restaraunt is the Mexican place downslope in the pedestrian village. Beaver tails & maple pops are a must. My gf lost her cell phone and wallet with lots of cash (birdbrain) and all were returned!! We love Tremblant but the taxes are unbelievable, no wonder Canadiens are not known as good tippers, taxes are so high. The customary tip is 15% on total BEFORE taxes! Lift tix are around $75 plus all those taxes and there are no discounts so use skitopia but be prepared to be locked into the days you pick! Deals can sometimes be found friends booked in Oct and got 30% off, lots of spring break discounts if you have a Canadien zip! Save your money and go!
Tremblant review written Mar 21 2011 - 12:59 PM
Jennie Intermediate Skier
Overall = worth it! Our yearly New England powder chase took us to Tremblant this year following a dump of 20+ cm's. We ended up staying for four days due to the variety of terrain, lack of extensive lift lines, and "empty slopes." The terrain and stashes were very diverse and challenging for the east coast. Make sure to go between Canada vacations for the best deals and least people. WARNING: do not book stays with "The Lodging Co." This is Interwest's contractor and they will scam you (happened twice to us). Call the resort directly for hotel reservations.
Tremblant review written Mar 10 2011 - 08:22 AM
Eric & Aroline Advanced Skier
Beautiful village, loved the solitude of mid-week,, great restaurants, friendly people, buying lift tix online from Liftopia very handy and a savings, will return next season! Loved the ski-in, ski-out!
Tremblant review written Mar 08 2011 - 07:24 AM
Nana & Poppop Intermediate Skier
Mont Tremblant was beautiful. Blue skies and fairly warm temps for two days and snow on day 3! Liftopia tix were the best and with advance reservation on ski equipment we got free ski valet each day. The north side was our fav, filled with long black cruisers and few crowds. The restaurants and bars in village were al. Good. Our fav dinner was La Forge and best best lunch was @ Le Shack. Flying direct from Newark was easy and the friendly people at the airport offered a shuttle service directly to our hotel. Will definitely return in the future. Thanks liftopia!!
Tremblant review written Feb 24 2011 - 02:45 PM
LARG Intermediate Skier
Liftopia tickets worked well. Skiing is great. Food at the mountain is awful and overpriced. Taxes, taxes, taxes. Lots of them! Couldn't find a decent cup of coffee. Hotels stick their nose up in the air a bit too often trying to tack on charges and surcharges. This resort is not customer friendly folks...they act as if they are doing you a favor.
Tremblant review written Feb 20 2011 - 07:08 PM
Harv Advanced Skier
Great trip: skiing wise there are a lot of slopes of various levels. There are a lot of places to eat near the mountain and in the village.
Tremblant review written Feb 19 2011 - 04:24 PM
IZ Advanced Skier
Mont tremblant was excellent. The only problem I had was when I went to claim my lift tickets, they told me that they were expired in January. She almost made me go all the way back down to guest services. When I told her to call and that I am not going to guest services, she was able to find out the correct info. I purchased them in January to use them in February. LOST IN TRANSLATION!! Just be careful and demand to see a supervisor. As for the conditons, couldnt of been better. Mont Tremblant is the closest thing to Whistler on the East Coast. The Marriot in the village is an awsome place to stay. Free breakfeast from 6AM to 10AM. you Can Snowboard right into the hotel. Wish I stood longer.
Tremblant review written Feb 16 2011 - 08:20 AM
Jaime Advanced Snowboarder
try zig-zag when it's groomed without moguls. at full speed you can catch air on the double rollers at the bottom. mon-thurs "ghost town" no waiting for lifts. expensive food but worth it! try the pountine at the pountine shack. Homewood suites by hilton is the shiznit. meaning, really good breakfast, 4-6pm soup. free internet. make sure you grab something from rock mountain chocolatier.
Tremblant review written Feb 14 2011 - 07:23 PM
kevin no turning just speed Advanced Skier
Mont Tremblant is one of my favourite ski resorts within driving distance. The Liftopia ticket option was wonderful and will certainly use it again --- really appreciate the savings.
Tremblant review written Feb 14 2011 - 01:01 PM
Georgia Intermediate Skier
nice mountain and friendly people. we enjoyed our week and are grateful to Liftopia for allowing us some discount on our ski tickets. the food at the mountain is delicious and yes, expensive.
Tremblant review written Feb 09 2011 - 03:05 PM
filly Intermediate Skier
Beautiful RESORT. Awesome time. Midweek was dead=better riding/dead nightlife. wkends gets packed. Super friendly people, English spoken everywhere. USD taken everywhere. extremely clean. Shopping galore. Really great food & portions. wide variety of trails, great woods runs. Mountain closes early (3:30), not all places have wifi, $9 beers, $15 burgers, ++, Mountain top visibility can be bad, often. Ryanm Bas trail was a tough/should be avoided w/o 2 ft of fresh powder. cheaper lunches @ Soleil lodge & cafeteria style eating on top of mtn/gondola. Eat after 1pm, everyone esle will be eating btwn 11:30-1pm. El Diable for 'Best Bet' lunches/dinner & drinks. Bullseye for best bar/drink, Le Shak for a quick drink & table. Au Grain Internet Cafe for for free wifi, breakfast, pastry & drinks, quick sandwich/bite. 'french bakery on main hill/street' for excellent coffee & breakfast sandwich. Pizza 7 Pitine if your on a beudget, above for middle of the road, La Forge & Bullseye for deep pockets. In town- grocery store, Le Cayebbe grill for the Slider burger & drinks(change of view)*non resort. Stayed @ Club Privelege- no complaints. great place, warm, quiet, close, $50 wkly wifi :(
Tremblant review written Jan 30 2011 - 01:01 PM
DubNutz Advanced Snowboarder
Enjoyed the mountain and there were no lift lines all week. People all over were friendly. Some ice on the trails.
Tremblant review written Jan 23 2011 - 07:12 AM
Jim Intermediate Snowboarder
Excellent adventure from the States, worth the trip. the village really is nice, and you can ski through it, which no one mentions but adds to the Alpine charm. Le Forge is the best restaraunt and they have great bars and a cute little nightclub, though it is populated by 16 year olds which make adults feel out of place or creepy. The skiing was fun and the Green and Blue runs that predominate are long and well maintained. The Black runs are decent but skied off as many locals come to rock these big groomers. The Doubles, while challenging, are not groomed and can build up ridiculous amounts of ice, making them more dangerous than they need to be. Decent park for boarders with some very nice kickers and jumps, but we found the mountain to be mostly populated by skiers. they play some excellent Electronica on the mountain which adds to the euro sensation, and while the prices are resort steep, the service is excellent. It is a really unique experience, Cold but extremely beautiful, very French, and woth the trip. The rental gear was top notch also, something most resorts skimp on, even the cheaper gear was brand new and in excellent condition. The ability to ski for 3 miles and then have a beer in a real restaraunt, or ski to a shop to drop off your equipment is great. The guests were mostly Quebecers, older folks, but the yournger groups kept the vibe exciting. All in all a better apres ski experience than Killington while having most of the 2 day fun that a big resort has. Snow was good but temperatures were frigid. Still that makes the sky a deep purple and blue..Hopefully they will get a High angle groomer and work on A.Keeping the place open till 5:00PM on powder days, B.Keeping more of the mountain open during snow and wind. All in all a great trip, Montreal is a beutiful and vibrant city to top off the experience. We stayed in saint-Lorent which saved us a bundle and was a 10 minute trip.
Tremblant review written Jan 22 2011 - 05:09 PM
DJAZ Advanced Skier
Great resort. It is expensive though. Wonderful for families or college kids. Mountain is nice but lifts do close early. Think it would be too cold any later.
Tremblant review written Jan 16 2011 - 07:59 PM
Sheryl Intermediate Skier
Be careful as lifts close too early. Need to watch out as lots of tourist traps on the resort! Hotels are overpriced and tack on all kinds of taxes - beware!!! Get your lift tickets ahead of time as resort unapologetic for the higer prices at ticket office. Plan ahead! Bring lots of money.
Tremblant review written Jan 11 2011 - 02:52 PM
User Intermediate Skier
we had a awesome time in tremblant, i live in toronto and hope to see some discount lift tickets from blue mountain,horseshoe valley and snow valley
Tremblant review written Jan 09 2011 - 08:37 PM
user Intermediate Skier
Cons: 1. Lifts close at 3:30 2. Hotels at the resort start at $200 a night Pros: 1. The largest mountain in the area. At the time, about 30 trails were open. 2. Fast lifts 2. Nice village and restaurants
Tremblant review written Dec 28 2010 - 12:02 PM
Jim Intermediate Skier

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