In total, the mountain has 94 runs and 13 lifts for downhill, as well as 18 acres of snow parks.

Of the trails, 16 are classified as novice runs and 31 as intermediate runs, with the remainder aimed at experts. There has been some criticism of Tremblant’s difficulty scale—some visitors have said some of the black diamond trails run more like blue squares at other sites. But that said, there is still plenty to challenge skiers of all difficulties.

Ski season typically runs from November to April, the time during which the mountain receives maybe 120 inches of snow per year. Snow making on almost all runs. 

Summer activities include water sports, beach activities, acrobrache, paintball, luge, golf, tennis, hiking, biking, bird watching, and dining. The clay tennis courts rank among the best in the world and provide a great variety of lessons and activities. We have great authetic French cuisine restaurants in Old Mont Tremblant and Saint Jovite with outstanding food and fair prices.