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Tremblant sits at 2871 feet in elevation in the Laurentians of Quebec, and is often referred to as the premier European Resort in North America. There's a decidedly Euro feel to the place, so much so that at times you feel much farther away from home than you are. Tremblant offers guests 654 acres of skiable terrain for skiers and snowboarders to enjoy. Fourteen lifts service 95 runs. The Duncan Express will take you to the top of the North Side in nine minutes; the eight-passenger gondola operates on the South Side. There's always something going on at Tremblant. Tremblant is known for its wide variety of impressive ski-in, ski-out accomodations as well as tons of world class dining in the village.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 22/11/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 14/04/2013
Projected Days Open: 146
Days Open Last Year: 140
Years Open: 74
Average Snowfall: 381cm
Pros: Trails, Lifts, Amount of powder, Nightlife,
Cons: Lodge food expensive
Pros: Good Variety of Runs,
Cons: Hand in your pocket Expensive
Pros: Most Runs are open without Ice.. Skiing is Great
Cons: Food is expensive in the Lodge, Parking on the South side is pricey !!
Pros: Big Mountain with lots of varied terrain, Conditions were great
Cons: Pretty Pricey, It`s time to cut back !!
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Enjoy the school holiday with a week on snow at Mont Tremblant and enjoy steep discounts on lift tickets and rentals.More