Mont Tremblant is groomed on four sides of the mountain. Some complain the resort overly grooms, but these tend to be powder hounds who grew up skiing on Coastal or Rocky mountains. Either way its 875 meters of vertical and 95 trails, some of which follow the meandering river flow, and set among magnificent forests and Laurentian lakes, have helped keep Tremblant at the top of best skiing in the northeast lists. Skiers and riders here like to follow the sun, starting on the north side, and, at the sun's peak, head to the Versant Soleil (the sunny side). Mid mornings Tremblant regulars take a break at the Refuge warming hut where they can take a swig from a flask in front of a fire. Parents can ski easy when kids are enrolled at Tremblant’s Snow School. Under 12s are equipped with a Flaik GPS system that records skill and progress and also let's you know where they are on the mountain at any given moment.
Photo : Courtesy of Station Mont Tremblant/ Peter Wyslouzil