Mont Tremblant Mountain
Nearly 400 years ago the ancient Algonquin Indian tribe named the tallest peak in the entire Laurentian mountains, Manitonga Soutana meaning the “mountain of the spirits”. This magnificent peak known to us today as Tremblant Mountain, towers 875 meters (2,870 feet) in the air. It is now the location of Mont Tremblant ski resort and in spite of its low altitude Tremblant Mountain features great ski runs of all levels and remarkable views of the surrounding area.
The Ski Resort
While the slopes at Mont Tremblant ski resort are no comparison to those in the Alps or Colorado, it still offers Alpine skiing that is suitable for skiers of all levels including expert skiers. The ski resort covers 654 acres and includes four main slopes with 95 ski trails that total 79 kilometers (49 miles) in length.
The Ski Trails
Trail classifications include 17% beginner, 33% intermediate and 50% expert with the highest incline at 42 degrees. Although there are 25,000 skiers per hour that cycle the mountain the wait to catch a lift is never really long.
Download a map of Tremblant Ski Trails
Other Mountain Activities
In addition to remarkable skiing conditions, Mont Tremblant Mountain offers numerous other activities such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and dog sledding that are as good as you will find anywhere else in the country.
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