March 26, 2016

Mont Tremblant ski runs

Just across the Canadian border on the highest peak of the Laurentians is Mont Tremblant Mountain. This popular vacation destination is recognized worldwide as a first-rate ski resort. The resort features four very distinctive ski slopes with 94 runs, which is an average 74 more runs than any other ski resort. Regardless of your skill level the mountain has the best slopes and Mont Tremblant ski runs for every difficulty level including beginners, intermediates, expert skiers, snowboarders and even cross-country skiers.

Click here to download a trail map for the resort’s 4 distinct slopes Tremblant Trail Map.

Slopes & Runs- Level of Difficulty

Average Season Dates: November 15 to April 15
Summit: 2,871 feet
Vertical Drop: 2,116 feet
Terrain: 625 acres
Trails: 94

Longest Run: Nansen, Length 6 km (3.7 Miles)
Most Difficult Run: Dynamite, Length 1 km (0.6 Miles)

Mont Tremblant skiing includes an area on the South Side of the mountain that is dedicated to beginners. This is also has two Magic Carpet lifts which are easy for beginners to use making them more comfortable while learning to ski.

Intermediate skiers have the most choices of runs and trails equal to about 45% of the mountain. These intermediate runs are easy to access with the mountain’s impressive network of lifts. Great intermediate runs include Beauvallon, Ryan and Devil’s River.

Experienced skiers have plenty sophisticated terrain offering an assorted of challenging runs and trails on both sides of the mountain. Expert skiers must try runs like The Edge, Flying Mile Express and Dynamite which is famous for its steepness.

Mont Tremblant Skiing in the Future
In the next 10 years, Mont Tremblant Mountain’s charming cobblestone village and the runs on its Versant Nord and Versant Soleil (north and south sides) will go through a billion dollar renovation. The ski area will be expanded from 625 acres to 1,000 acres which and average daily skiers will increase from 12,000 to approximately 20,000.