Alpine skiing in Mont Tremblant draws visitors from all around the globe and is enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. The mountain’s ski area encompasses 753 acres and includes 102 ski trails and three snowboarding parks. The mountain is well structured and offers 15 chair lifts for minimal waiting time in the lines.
Alpine skiing in Mont Tremblant is one of the most popular winter activities in Mont Tremblant and can be enjoyed by every member of the family whether they are an expert skier, or trying it for the first time. Tremblant Resort has a Ski School on the mountain with a great staff of experienced instructors that offer group and individual ski classes. The school is next to two Magic Carpet people movers which are a perfect starting place for those beginners that have never been on a chair lift. Tremblant Mountain Resort features two restaurants that are open for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The restaurants are accessible from the ski slopes and a great place to stop for a break and enjoy a delightful hot chocolate.
There are also several places on the mountain offering ½ day and full day ski rentals and equipment suitable for beginners as well as expert skiers. There is also a ski repair shop located on the South Side of the mountain if you need to get your equipment tuned up before you hit the slopes.
If you don’t like skiing in Mont Tremblant when the slopes are crowded then try to avoid the busiest days by skiing on the weekdays and outside of the peak season. Weekends tend to be more crowded with locals and residents from Montreal and other neighboring cities take a short drive to ski the mountain.