With 17 percent beginner terrain of the resort’s 94 trails and an outstanding and conveniently located “learn to ski or ride” zone, the Mont Tremblant beginner skiing qualifies as exceptional
ont Tremblant is unlike many ski resorts in that it offers first timers a secluded learning zone. Equilibre is located just above the main base area to looker’s left, and features a surface lift (magic carpet) and a small chairlift, ideal for learning to ride. The slopes are gentle in this area and first timers will love the fact that the only trail the area intersects with is a green one, in fact that entire left side of the Versant Sud (South) side is green runs. Newbies don’t have to worry about speedsters zooming by thanks to innovative Mont Tremblant beginner terrain.
If you have a little more exerpeince under your belt, but still prefer green runs, you’ll be pleased to know that you can enjoy the two main areas of Mont Tremblant, Versant Sud (South Side) or Versant Nord (North Side). The best Mont Tremblant beginner terrain is decidedly locates on looker’s left of the Versant Sud. In fact, the resort’s longest run Nansen is located in this area and is a don’t-miss green run.
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