Tremblant Ski Resort

Among North American resorts, Tremblant is refreshingly different. The resort is modern yet charming, the locals speak French as well as English, and with a range of direct daily flights from Heathrow to Montreal, it offers one of the shortest journey times to any North American resort.

Considered a pretty sister resort to Whistler on the West Coast, Tremblant has been developed in the style of old Quebec. Brightly coloured buildings line cobbled, traffic-free streets and squares. The general vibe and atmosphere is French, though the service is undeniably North American.

The lodgings in town are generally of a high standard. Anchored by the luxurious and imposing Fairmont Mont Tremblant, most hotels and condominiums boast European style ski-in ski-out access. Lifts radiate from the heart of the resort, with ski school meeting places and nursery slopes close to hand.

Tremblant Transfer Time
Map Marker 1h 50m

Best For...

  • Non-skiers
  • Stunning scenery
  • Uncrowded slopes

Resort Statistics

  • Resort Altitude 645m
  • Skiing Altitude 875m
  • Total Ski Area 79km
  • Lifts 11
  • Blue Runs 17km
  • Red Runs 25km
  • Black Runs 37km
  • Cross Country 110km

Ski Accommodation in Tremblant, Canada

Our collection of Tremblant ski accommodation has been hand-picked by our ski experts. Whether you’re looking for a luxury escape, a boutique hotel or something suitable for the whole family, our experts would be delighted to help you find the perfect accommodation for your ski holiday.

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Ski Areas in Tremblant

Ski Areas in Tremblant

With 96 slopes over 875m, the Tremblant ski area offers a variety of slopes suitable for all skiers. Snow conditions are usually good, and this is backed up by a comprehensive snowmaking programme. Pack your thermal layers though, when the wind comes from the north it can be very cold.

Skiing in Tremblant

Skiing in Tremblant

The skiing offers good variety in a pleasant wooded environment. Whilst experts will find the extent of the terrain somewhat limiting, Tremblant successfully packs a lot of runs into a relatively small area. The skiing is arranged over two faces of the Grand Manitou peak. The southside boasts a variety of green and blue runs whilst the northside holds greater appeal for experts and advanced skiers.

Snowboarding in Tremblant

Snowboarding in Tremblant

Snowboarders can play in the 40-acre terrain park, plus there is an Olympic standard superpipe to enjoy. Beginners and intermediates are well catered for, though expert freeriders may find that they don’t see the powder dumps that one takes for granted over on the West Coast.

Ski Schools in Tremblant

Ski Schools in Tremblant

Tremblant offers only one ski school, though the standard is high. A variety of lesson options are available in English and French through the resort-managed Ecole Sur Neige. The emphasis is on fun, safe and fast learning in small group lessons.

Crèches in Tremblant

Crèches in Tremblant

Daycare is available for children aged one to six years starting each morning. As in most North American resorts, the childcare is resort managed and consistently excellent.

Restaurants in Tremblant

Restaurants in Tremblant

From local cuisine to sushi and pizza, Tremblant hosts a variety of restaurants in the resort to suit your mood. For beautiful views and delicious food, visit the Altitude Seafood and Grill. Ya’ooo Pizza is an informal, good-value place for food.

Après Ski in Tremblant

Après Ski in Tremblant

Nightlife in Tremblant is lively and there is a good selection of bars for a resort this size. Le Shack is a relaxed restaurant and bar that often shows live sports and serves great food. La Forge is a favourite lunch stop and has a bar playing live music on some evenings. In the old town, Le Diable brews its own beers and has a traditional alpine ambience. Nearby, Le Petit Caribou and Cafe D’Epoque run daily happy hours and are open into the early hours.

Fairmont Tremblant


The charming resort is a lovely place to while away the day. There is a wide choice of welcoming bistros, bars and restaurants to relax in, alongside a variety of shops. The excellent Brind’O Aquaclub pool complex provides an entertaining diversion for families with fun water slides. You can also try ice climbing, skating, snow-shoeing, snowmobiling and dog-sledding. Montreal is less than two hours away and is well worth a visit, either as a day trip or as a dedicated city break tacked onto your ski holiday.

Map of Tremblant

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