If you have a penchant for speed, steeps, moguls and especially challenging glades, then the Mont Tremblant expert skiing will meet your terrain preference and then some. With 39 percent advanced terrain (black diamond) and 11 percent expert (double black diamond), the Mont Tremblant expert skiing certainly packs a punch.
The Mont Tremblant expert terrain is well dispersed throughout the ski area, ensuring that seasoned skiers can easily access the goods no matter where they are. Most ski days start from Place St. Bernard, or the main village at the base of Verdant Sud (South Side). If you want to get the legs warmed up, head up Express Flying Mile and you have a couple challenging options, but Flying Mile under the chairlift will earn you some Hollywood points. When you’re ready for more, head up the Telecabine Express, which drops skiers at the top of Mont Tremblant’s 2,871-foot Grand Manitou summit. From here the options are endless: zoom down Versant Sud’s famed steeps, like Vertige to Zig Zag, or to Versant Soleil (Sunny Side) for some challenging tree skiing, or drop into Versant Nord for the resort’s best sustained blacks. The Edge, which is accessed via Versant Nord’s green run Letendre below Lowell Thomas chair, is another incredible glade zone you don’t want to miss.
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