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Going to Tremblant, Any Info Please!

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I am going to Tremblant in late March. Anyone with information on everything related to Tremblant is greatly appreciated. How is the late season skiing? Any information you may wish to share would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Ty [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]
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Ty-

There should be a few other previous threads on Tremblant under this heading. I inquired about it in December as I visited in early January. I will add as needed. Enjoy-

-Eric
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It will be icy or icy and slushy and very busy on the weekends. If you do end up going and you find it too busy, you can get away from the crowds by trying one or more of the resorts in the eastern townships, about 1/2 hour SE of Montreal
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Now now Flip, you do have a preference for the Quebec Eastern townships I see, as this is not the first time you recommend that people head that way. While I am not a Tremblant fan, mostly due to my distaste for the "look at me" crowd that tends to hang there, it remains one of the good places to ski late March as conditions are usually better preserved due to the colder weather and massive snow making during season.

Avoiding week-ends is always a good idea, especially at Tremblant.

Mid
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I'm so disapointed in you, MFB!
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Originally posted by midfatboy:
Now now Flip, you do have a preference for the Quebec Eastern townships I see, as this is not the first time you recommend that people head that way. While I am not a Tremblant fan, mostly due to my distaste for the "look at me" crowd that tends to hang there, it remains one of the good places to ski late March as conditions are usually better preserved due to the colder weather and massive snow making during season.

Avoiding week-ends is always a good idea, especially at Tremblant.

Mid
Not, really, I'd rather ski at Mont-Saint-Anne and Le Massif, but if someone is heading for the Montreal area, I don't want to see them overpaying to wait in long lift lines to ski in icy conditions when they can have a better "ski" trip in the eastern townships. If they are going to Tremblant for the apres ski, then I would suggest staying in Montreal or going to New York City. And this is the truth.
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