Mont Tremblant

Snowboard Guide rating 6 out of 10 “Okay but not hot”

Freeriding

65%

Trees & some off-piste

Freestyle

60%

A terrain park & halfpipe

Pistes

70%

Good mix of slopes

Mountain stats

Top lift:875m
Vertical drop:694m
Bottom lift:181m

LiftsLift count : 2 x Gondolas   9 x Chairlifts   1 x Drag-lifts  

Ride area 602 acres

Easy
17%
Intermediate
33%
Advanced
80%
Total Pistes:94
Longest Piste:3.75miles (6km)

Tremblant is one of the largest boarding areas in Canada and forms part of what is believed to be one of the oldest mountain ranges on the planet. Tremblant's organisational connections with Blackcomb, Panorama and also mighty Stratton in the US, helps them lay on a good time. The mountain's layout is excellent and extremely well planned, covering two sides, the South and the North which also has a new beginner slope running from the top to the bottom. The South side gives initial access to the runs which are all carved out of thick forest. The North side is a little smaller, but offers the same degree of cool riding. Both sides make up an area suited to carvers and freeriders, especially intermediate and advanced riders.

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World Ranking

17th

Overall in Canada

  • #14 best freeride
  • #9 best freestyle
  • #11 best piste riding

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