Hi there gang. I posted in this forum earlier with some questions about the Mt Tremblant resort versus the town. And I mentioned briefly in the ensuing thread my concern around conditions at the time at which our family is thinking of visiting. But I thought I would re-post specifically about that question. I am trying to ascertain what logic the resort uses and terms of how they determine their closure date so I know whether there’s a real possibility that we could show up there and there would be no skiing. So I apologize in advance to any of those who have already Seen a similar question
I am planning to take my family for my kids spring break to do some skiing. They have long wanted to visit Canada so I thought I could check both boxes. It would be last week in March or the very beginning of April. I see the resort has a projected closing date of April 15.
So just like here in the states I know it all depends on the weather conditions. All that said, in peoples’ experience based on prior years, the last week of March and first week of April, what are the daytime high temperatures like? will there be Any slopes open?
I should mention that being from the southern United States we have skied primarily in North Carolina and Virginia. Therefore the conditions are not very good most years. You may get two weekends a year. We are novice skiers And would not be looking to do expert slopes. I mention all that to mean that we are not very picky about the conditions. We are used to slush. Or ice.
But I am concerned about buying airline tickets and booking lodging if it’s possible that they might just close up the resorts early. As long as there are a handful of intermediate slopes open, that’s fine for us. Does the resort to continue to operate as long as there any skiable slopes? Or is there some logic like a certain percentage of the slopes have to be skiable or they just decide to close the resort? I hope that makes sense. We are kind of boxed in on the dates based on the kids school vacation. Thanks for listening!