There's a lot of really awesome adjectives that seem to have gone by the wayside over time. For instance, you never hear anyone use "sublime" anymore, unless of course they're referring to the best American ska-punk-reggae band of all time. This season, Mont Tremblant is bringing sublime (the adjective) back to life and giving skiers and riders some sweet perks to use the term to it's full. The new Sublime Pass from Mont Tremblant is on sale for just $599 CA until Oct. 31 ($749 CA after that date).
Sublime Pass holders will have full access to Tremblant's 650+ acres of terrain with over 2,000 feet of vertical drop. The pass comes wth 114 days of skiing (that's less than $5 a day), including 33 weekend days with blackout restrictions limited to the winter holidays (Dec., 12, 2012 to Jan. 3, 2013), President's Weekend (Feb. 16-17, 2013), Quebec and Ontario School Breaks (Mar. 2-15, 2013) and Easter Weekend (Mar. 29-30, 2013).
Enjoy first tracks? Who doesn't? Add on the First Tracks option for just $21 a day and be one of the first in line to board the Express gondola at 7:45 a.m. and be carving up the freshest snow on the North side by 8 a.m. Pick up your First Tracks tickets the day before skiing or riding, at the Johannsen's ticket office (until 3 p.m.), or Chalet des Voyageurs (until 2:30 p.m.) or the same day after 7 a.m. at the Centre Aventure. This option is available for purchase everyday from Dec. 15, 2012 to Mar. 17, 2013, and is free anytime you stay at the resort.
With 150+ inches of annual snowfall, a super sophisticated snowmaking system and over 1,000 snowguns poised to blow the white stuff 'round the clock, Tremblant skiers and riders are sure to get their share of sublime turns this season.
More information at tremblant.ca.