Discover a new ski experience in Québec
Mont Tremblant is Canada's largest East Coast ski resort and it's perfect for families. Novices can ski down from almost any lift so it's really accessible for everyone. Plus, the French Canadian culture is amazing - so different to other resorts! Try the French-style bakeries for breakfast.
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Thinking of skiing in Mont Tremblant? It's a great choice - the flight times are quicker than for the Rockies or Whistler and the resort has a great, friendly feel that's perfect for families. To book, just give our team of experts a call to chat through what you're looking for. We'll help you find the right flights and hotel to suit you as well as adding on ski passes and equipment hire. Just let us know your skill level and how many days you want to ski or snowboard for.
Get to know the resort
Get to know Mont Tremblant
Reliable snow, empty lift queues and friendly people - all the best bits of skiing in Canada without having to fly to the West Coast. The flight to Montreal is around 7 hours and it's a short transfer to Tremblant. You get all the French-Canadian flair as a bonus for a ski holiday in Tremblant. The pedestrian village is characterised by pretty, colourful houses, while the ski area is characterised by varied terrain for all abilities across 600 acres.
Skiing in the Laurentians
The Laurentian mountains offer fantastic scenery and conditions, and Mont Tremblant is one of the highest peaks in the mountain range. The resort is consistently voted the best in Eastern North America. All four mountain faces offer excellent skiing, from Versant Sud and Versant Nord to Versant Soleil and the Edge. Every side of the mountain has a mixture of green, blue and black runs, but the leg burning glades of the Edge are best-loved by advanced skiers.
Tremblant Village is often dubbed the Disneyland of ski, in the best possible way. The cobbled streets and colourful, clapboard houses are undeniably charming. The village is car-free and almost all the accommodation is ski-in, ski-out. The little town is the perfect blend of French and Canadian, with fondue restaurants rubbing shoulders with waffle houses. Make the most of the fantastic food on offer and definitely spend a day at the renowned Scandinave Spa.
Stats on runs & terrain
Stats on runs and terrain
Tremblant's summit sits at 875 meters (2871 feet) and offers a breathtaking view over the Laurentians. The ski area covers 269 hectares (665 acres) and includes 96 ski trails on four distinct slopes with 14 lifts, for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. With over 1,000 snowguns, the ski station is one of the most sophisticated and powerful snowmaking systems in North America.
Runs for all levels
Tremblant is especially good for family and mixed-ability groups, as each mountain face has a nice mixture of runs. Beginners are able to ski from almost all of the lifts, which makes the mountain very accessible. There is still plenty of challenging terrain for expert skiers.
• Beginners: 21%
• Intermediate: 32%
• Expert: 47%
Lift passes, lessons & gear
Your lift pass is essential for a ski holiday in Tremblant - you can't access the slopes without it! So buy in advance to save money on in-resort fees and save hassle once you arrive in Tremblant. Simply decide the number of days you'd like to ski or ride during your holiday. You can quickly and easily book lift passes for your whole group online or over the phone with our advisors.
Tremblant boasts an excellent ski school, but it's not just for beginners! A wide range of skill levels could benefit from booking a day or two of ski lessons. The instructors will explain all the runs and ski areas to you as well as take you to hidden parts of the mountain. You also enjoy priority lift boarding when you are with an instructor. The service is particularly welcoming for kids.
Save time and hassle by hiring ski and snowboard equipment ahead of time. When you hire with us, we'll make sure your vouchers and equipment are ready and waiting for you when you arrive in the resort. You can choose from three different equipment levels to suit beginners through to experts, from good quality and reliable through to the highest spec and latest season. Hire your skis, poles or snowboard with us or choose a package including your boots.
Top 5 winter activities
Guided e-fat biking
This will soon become the most enjoyable activity you didn't know you were missing in your life! For those who haven't come across e-fat biking before (and we suspect there are a few!), it's essentially riding an electrically-assisted bike with extra wide tires that are specially adapted for the snow. It's a thrilling and fun way to discover the beauty of the region, whether you choose a shorter tour through Domaine Saint-Bernard or a longer tour along the Devil's River.
Private guided snowshoe
Enjoy a day of snowshoeing to discover the majestic Mont-Tremblant National Park. Quebec's oldest and largest park is filled with stunning scenery beneath the snow-hushed pines. Two magnificent viewpoints await you during this excursion into the heart of the Laurentian forest. Lunch is also included. Call our experts to talk through the activity on offer and to book your excursion for your Tremblant ski holiday.
Snowmobiling in the Laurentians
This incredible excursion combines the thrill of driving your own snowmobile with the stunning scenery that Tremblant is famous for. Take a guided snowmobile tour in the heart of the Laurentians and discover a variety of landscapes that will amaze you. Admire the stunning wilderness of the boreal forest and the epic white mountains of the Laurentians. Lunch is included if you book a full day tour. Call us to book.
Snowshoeing and zip lining
Embark on a snowshoeing and zip lining adventure at Tyroparc. The park in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains is a haven for winter activities. After a superb 1km guided snowshoe excursion in the Mont Catherine forest, travel along 2 mega zip lines more than 100m above the ground, crossing the entire mountain on both sides. An unforgettable experience guaranteed to thrill all participants! Call our experts to book.
Helicopter dogsledding tour
Two unbelievable adventures in one exciting excursion. After being transferred from your hotel to the helipad, discover the beauty of Mont-Tremblant on a scenic 20-minute helicopter flight. You'll land at the departure point for your dog-sledding excursion. Race across the snow on an exhilarating 2-hour adventure, ending at the pickup point for the transfer back to your hotel. It's an unforgettable whirlwind! Call us to book your adventure.
Know before you go
Opening and closing dates
The winter 2018/2019 ski season in Tremblant was from 22nd November 2018 to 22nd April 2019. As with many resorts in Canada, it's a long season which means you have a huge choice of dates for your ski holiday in Tremblant. This latest season boasted a new high-speed quad chairlift, new glades and a renovation of the main chalet at the summit. Give us a call before you book to double check the mountain's open dates.
When to ski in Tremblant
The Tremblant ski season usually runs from November to April. January and February typically see the best powder days. If you’re heading here early to mid season, bear in mind that the temperatures can get pretty chilly in this area of Canada. Pack warm layers and make the most of the ski-in, ski-out access and on-mountain hot chocolate! The February half term falls at a different time to UK holidays, so make the most of it!
On average there's over 5m of snowfall annually in Tremblant. There is typically over a metre of snow in February and March. However, even if the snow does happen to be light, 1,164 snowguns means a huge snowmaking capacity has you covered. This part of the world can often be chilly than other areas of Canada, so layer up. The snow can be a little icy at times but is generally very good, and the runs are well groomed.
There is plenty going on in Tremblant, both on and off the slopes. From around 22nd December to 6th January, the festive spirit of the holidays takes over! Join in activities like Lumberjack Day and 1980s winter. The FIS Freestyle Ski Moguls World Cup takes place around 26th January. Around 8-10th February, the Festival Rando Alpine promises three days of alpine fun, with forest adventures and a fondue dinner up Mont Tremblant. From 24th March to 21st April, Spring Musical Performances pops up in Place Saint-Bernard every weekend.
Call us to book
Call our Canada Travel Experts to book your ski holiday. Choose the number of nights you'd like to go, pick your top hotel and add on ski hire and lift passes.
Call today on 0207 616 9184
See Tremblant for yourself
Take a look at these inspiring ski videos filmed on the slopes on Mont Tremblant ski resort
Your ski holiday in Tremblant
Mont Tremblant has been repeatedly voted as the ‘Best Resort in Eastern North America’ by Ski Magazine for over a decade. No other Eastern ski resort does it quite like Tremblant, with its pedestrian-only resort which is great for families. Every lift and every face of the mountain has a variety of runs of all levels. The terrain is particularly suited to beginners and experts. As a ski-in, ski-out resort with reliable snowfall, you will have the opportunity to spend more time on the slopes (and reward yourself with indulgent après afterwards). Quebec’s premier ski destination offers a unique cultural experience that combines the Canadian and the French, resulting in a vibrant atmosphere and the best cuisine.
A ski holiday in Mont Tremblant is perfect for families. There are tons of activities available for both skiers and non-skiers. Enhance your ski holiday by adding in some activities that really make the most of the beautiful location in the Laurentian Mountains. Try snowshoeing through the forest or dog-sledding across open snowy scenery. The world-famous Scandinave Spa is a must visit while you're in town. It provides a hedonistic choice of indulgent therapies and treatments, from pine-scented steam rooms to hot outdoor pool and therapeutic massages. The perfect way to relax those muscles after a day on the slopes!
Skiing Mont Tremblant
Need-to-know tips before your ski holiday in Tremblant in Quebec.
When you're planning your Tremblant ski holiday, bear in mind that this region can get bitterly cold in winter. The coldest month is January, with an average high of -7°C and an average low of -15°C. The wind chill factor can make the temperature feel as cold as -35°C, so make sure you pack serious winter clothing including a balaclava.
Sign up at the Guest Services desk for a free guided tour of the mountain, including history, tips and trails.
A ski holiday in Tremblant isn't all downhill - there are more than 100km of scenic cross-country trails.
Altitude Seafood and Grill is a chic lounge restaurant on Versant Soleil, while the main summit building of Le Grand Manitou has had a refurb.
The Best Apres
Le Shack is a favourite for warming mulled wine, while Microbrasserie La Diable is the bar of choice for beer drinkers.
The Best Ski Runs
We love The Tunnel Trail on Versant Nord. After the first steep slope on the Lowell-Thomas trail, head right and slightly uphill. You'll be rewarded with a beautiful wooded corridor that not many know is there. Les Bouleaux Glafes on Versant Soleil offers a wide, wooded area with some of the best views on the mountain.