A Guide to Skiing and Snowboarding at Mont Tremblant Ski Resort

Find all you need to know about Mont Tremblant Ski Resort for your Eastern Canadian ski holiday!

Mont Tremblant hasn’t been rated the #1 Ski Resort in the North American East for no reason! With a range of terrain to excite any level of skier and a charming European-style village, Mont Tremblant Ski Resort is a great ski holiday destination.
If you’re more inclined to explore the groomed nordic trails around the area, there’s plenty of space for that too. But don’t set out on your vacation without knowing the following insider information!

Mont Tremblant Ski Resort


Apres ski events in Mont Tremblant, QC

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Boasting the highest peak in the Laurentians, Mont Tremblant is Quebec’s most popular ski resort.
With 95 ski runs, two gondolas, six quad chairlifts and two triple chairs, this is the biggest ski resort in Eastern Canada. The view from the summit is breathtaking over the magnificent Laurentian Mountains, beautiful Lac Tremblant, and the resort’s colourful village. When skiing or snowboarding at Tremblant (as the locals call it), you’re almost guaranteed to have fantastic snow conditions. With 1,066 snow guns, this resort flexes major snow-making muscle! Plus, did you know that the Laurentian Mountains are one of the world’s oldest mountain ranges?

  • Skiable terrain: 654 acres
  • Artificial snow coverage: 465 acres
  • Elevation at the summit: 875 meters / 2871 feet
  • Vertical Drop (south side): 645 meters / 2116 feet
  • Number of ski trails: 95 ski runs
    • 17% beginner
    • 33% intermediate
    • 50% expert
  • Lifts: 5 high-speed quad chairlifts, 1 quad chairlift, 2 triple chairs, 2 gondolas, 3 magic carpets and 1 cabriolet
  • Average annual snowfall: 395 cm
  • Snow guns: 1,066

Mont Tremblant Ski Resort is a 30 minute drive from Labelle.

Ski de Fond/Cross-Country Skiing


Cross country skiing in Mont-Tremblant, QC

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At Blueberry Lake Resort, just half an hour from Tremblant village, you can step outside and explore the abundance of fantastic, cross-country skiing trails in the surrounding forest.
Additionally, in the nearby village of Labelle, there are approximately 25km of groomed, cross-country skiing trails. Five trails are rated easy, nine are intermediate and five are difficult.

  • Blueberry Resort provides free cross-country ski rentals
  • To use the Labelle cross-country trails, there is a fee of $9 per adult (17 years & older)
  • Facilities include a day lodge, a waxing room, food service and two warming huts

Blueberry Lake Resort
4801 Chemin St Cyr
Labelle, QC J0T 1H0
Labelle Cross-Country Skiing Centre is about a 10km drive from Blueberry Lake. The ski centre is west of Labelle on Rue de l’Eglise.


We offer a great selection of vacation rentals in the Mont Tremblant area. You can view our accommodations near Mont Tremblant and the surrounding area via our website. Or alternatively, call our highly knowledgeable Destination Experts who can answer any questions you may have about skiing and snowboarding at Mont Tremblant Ski Resort, or where to stay. They’re available 7 days a week!