24 Hour Tremblant
The annual 24 hour Tremblant fundraiser is the biggest event in North America. Since its beginning in 2001, the event has raised over $24 million for children’s causes. 24 Hour skiing in Tremblant is a relay that takes place over a 24 hour period. During this time teams of 6 to 12 people compete against each other in a race to cover the most terrain and ultimately raise the highest amount of money for children’s causes.
24 hour Tremblant is the largest social gathering of the year in Mont Tremblant attracting sports enthusiasts, philanthropists, and celebrities from all over the globe. On December 5th 2,000 participants will came together to participate in the 16th annual 24hr Tremblant. Over a three day period people of all ages will enjoy numerous events and festivities including free concerts and all for a good cause.
The Tremblant 24 hours of skiing is open to skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels. The race begins at noon on Saturday following the opening parade and starting at the base of the Cabriolet lift (Place des Voyageurs). The race ends at noon time the following day.