Tremblant?

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Benny Profane Benny Profane
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Tremblant?

I have five tickets to that mountain on my Maxpass, never been. Is it worth the drive?

Compare it to other eastern mountains for me, so I have a point of reference. Also, how about Mt. St. Anne? What's that all about?
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Tremblant is pretty much a French speaking version of Okemo.  It’s ok but nothing special and gets crazy crowded.

Go to Mt St Anne
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Tremblant is worth the drive , the ambiance, vibe  and the hill are fine,  avoid school break periods for both Quebec and Ontario provinces and you will be fine . skip St Annes ...boring . If you do that way DO Massif !
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My brother and his family enjoyed Tremblant when they went in the spring.  They liked the mountain, although they don’t look for really difficult terrain.  They enjoyed the base village.  They definitely think it was worth the drive, and they are near Philly.
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Benny Profane wrote
I have five tickets to that mountain on my Maxpass, never been. Is it worth the drive?

Compare it to other eastern mountains for me, so I have a point of reference. Also, how about Mt. St. Anne? What's that all about?
How many days are you thinking of spending in Quebec?  For me, going all the way up to Mt. St. Anne would only be worth it if I also spent a day in Quebec City.

Have only skied at Tremblant in early season.  Rather fun to ski 360 degrees.  Have friends who have season passes to Tremblant.  They are advanced skiers who enjoy the trees there when they are open.
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i'm looking to visit tremblant easter weekend. hoping for soft snow and lots of booze, so need accommodations walking distance to the village?  anyone ever stay at the condos that border the village? trying to get a sense of what the walk is like into the village. any info on accommodations would be appreciated.
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Doing massif for a day then eithe massif south or stoneham day 2 and planned st Anne for day 3.  Order depends on weather.  Why is st Anne boring?  Been there only once 15 year ago
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I skied there once....I enjoyed it and had a fun day. Not the steepest skiing, but it was a nice mtn, and unique in that you can ski three faces of it. Village is a bit commercialized but we had a couple beers over there and grabbed some food one night and it was good.  Stayed one night in the village cause I had Marriott points, then spent a couple nights in a condo that I found on Groupon, located in "old Tremblant" which is a couple miles away from the resort village.  I liked that area, there were a couple ski shops and a few restaurants, generally quiet...but the area surrounding the outskirts of the resort is pretty nice.  Snowed the whole time which helped.  The drive up there from NY is cool...after you pass Montreal the highway you take most of the way to Tremblant has many small ski areas right off the highway, totally visible.

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I spent the long new years weekend there this year.  It's like Stratton, only on a larger scale and much more of an international vibe.  Nice ride that takes you over the village and right to the base area.  Plenty to do at the end of the day, I recommend eating in town if you want a real meal though.

The skiing was excellent when I was there, especially on the nord side.
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Yeah, if you don't like 20-something French women dancing on bars, a beautiful little town with great restaurants, and a good sized mountain with solid terrain, stay away from Mont Tremblant.
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