Tremblant in Canada Resort Guide
Canada's leading Eastern ski resort though purpose built has managed to retain much of the olde worlde charm of the traditional village. A strong French-Canadian influence prevails. Reliable snow comes not only from nature but from nearly 600 snow cannons covering 80% of the terrain, Canada's biggest snow making operation. Tremblant has introduced other new initiatives in recent seasons including the Salomon Snowblades camp which gives instruction in this new sport and an IBM sponsored 'Cybersnow Camp' where participants ski or surf the slopes in the morning, and the Web in the afternoon. Several women-only programs are also in operation, as well as a Performance Centre for advanced skiers and numerous learn to ride programs. Snowscooting is another sport available if you should tire of skiing and boarding.
Accomodation & Après Ski
Plenty ski in ski out accomodation available. Off piste opportuniites range from quaint coffee shops to a variety of more exciting bars and lively restaurants. Outdoor grills and live music are pleasant distractions when it's milder, and Montreal can make for an interesting day trip away from the slopes.
|RESORT HEIGHT||265||VERTICAL DESCENT||650||OPENS||Nov - May|
|TOP STATION||915||DRAG LIFTS||EXPERT RATING||6|
|BOTTOM STATION||265||CHAIR LIFTS||9||INTERMEDIATE RATING||8|
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