The 2018/19 slide season is open at Tremblant, offering skiers and riders a fresh new experience thanks to a $17-million investment.
With over 200 hours of man-made snow and natural snowfalls totalling over 70 cm, slide sports fans can carve their first turns of the season on 16 trails presenting exceptional conditions, including one top-to-bottom trail linking the summit to the North and South side bases.
The Progression snow park will be 100% open with a number of features, as well as medium and large jumps. The mountain operations team should have at least 20 trails open by the end of the weekend.
Upcoming Tremblant events: Dec. 7-9, participants in Tremblant’s 24-hour ski, walk and run relay fundraiser collect donations for underprivileged and sick children; El Rigleto, Dec. 15, youngsters six and under are invited to join a fun snowboard training event, presented by Burton Tremblant and Quebec Snowboard Association; Super Demo Day, Dec. 15 and 28, the biggest names in the ski and snowboard industries meet up at the base of the mountain, offering free try-outs of their latest gear; Holiday Celebrations, Dec. 22 to Jan. 4, the magic of Christmas takes the pedestrian village by storm, proposing five fun-filled themed days brimming with the holiday spirit; New Year’s Eve Party, Dec. 31, the Torchlight Parade and Snow Show, the Starlight Disco and a firmament full of fireworks on the stroke of midnight are all on the menu of this highly colourful evening.