March 26, 2016

Mont Tremblant Ski Trail Map

Mont Tremblant provides excellent conditions both for downhill skiing and cross-country skiing. The detailed ski trail maps – of all the ski runs as well of cross-country trails are available.

Ski Runs:

The ski resort encompasses 95 ski trails situated on four main mountain slopes, with beginner to expert trails, with the highest incline at 42 degrees. Elevation is 875 m / 2871 ft. and vertical drop is 645 m / 2116 ft. The total length of the trails is 79 kilometers (49 miles).
There are 14 ski lifts. Skiable terrain encompasses 265 hectares / 654 acres. For alpine skiing lovers there are glades occupying an area of 32 hectares / 80 acres.  
You can choose from over 50 rail and jump modules from beginner to expert in 3 parks.
Carrying helmet is mandatory in all the ski parks. Tremblant is proud to take part in “Sustainable Slopes” – a program that backs environment-friendly operations and development.

Cross-country skiing:

There are many cross-country trails to choose from, all of them passing through the beautiful countryside of Mont Tremblant and its surroundings. You can plan an itinerary suitable for any level, from the shortest (just a few km) to the longest (more than 20 km in length).

Click here to download a Mont Tremblant Ski Trail Map