Tremblant Trail Map
Mont Tremblant Resort covers over 755 skiable acres, including 178 acres of glades, and has a great mix of beginner to advanced terrain. The resort receives an abundance of snowfall (156 inches) and is complimented by one of the largest snowmaking systems in North America, which covers 465 acres. The ski resort has 102 trails and 4 slopes, supported by 14 lifts. The summit sits at 2,871 feet with a base elevation of 755 feet and a total vertical of 2,116 feet.
The resort is home to long perfectly groomed intermediate and beginner trails. The breakout is 21% beginner, 32% intermediate and 46% advanced, and there are 3 snowparks with 60 modules in 3 different areas of the mountain. The longest trail is 3.7 miles. Advanced and experts will find excellent mogul trails and some tree glades.