Canada's French cultural heritage informs every aspect of Quebec life - including the skiing. The narrow, cobbled streets and brightly painted buildings of Tremblant give this town a delightful Gallic feel.
A holiday in this picturesque Laurentian Mountain town is the closest you will get to European-style skiing in North America. Tremblant is Eastern Canada's most popular ski resort. Although it offers a smaller piste area than some of the Western resorts, it has a genuine appeal to all levels of skier and snowboarder. The spread of terrain across Tremblant's four skiing areas, Versant Sud, Versant Nord, Versant Soleil and Edge offer a good variety for even the keenest skiers. The extensive lifts and excellent snowmaking mean that conditions stay good throughout the season. In addition, Tremblant's three large terrain parks, cross-country skiing and good childcare facilities give the resort a great all-round appeal.
Mont Tremblant is 140 km (approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes transfer) from Montreal airport.
Tremblant has the superb, two-acre, Équilibre area dedicated to absolute beginner skiers and snowboarders. Here you will be able to master the basics with the assistance of the highly rated instructors. There are 16 easier green pistes to take advantage of as you progress. Many of the easiest ones are located in the Versant Sud area.
|Ski season||November - April|
|Piste area||627 acres|
|Resort height||265 m|
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