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Old 01-24-2012, 04:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Tremblant during reading week, who's interested? Feb21-23

Another Tremblant thread, bear with me guys.

Situation A:I'm planning to hit up Mt.Tremblant Feb21-23rd which is during Ryerson's and Humber's reading week. So far it's just me and another friend and the cheapest hotel is $200/per night. Now that's $100 per person for per night,so way too much. Can't go any other days cause my friend has work.
If any 2 of you guys are interested, the room is up to 4 people so it would be $50 per night for a total of $100 for accommodation. Using your Blue Mountain season pass you can get 40% off Tremblant lift tickets. Other cost would be to chip in for gas.

Situation B:If I don't find 2 people to want to come with, then I have to look for alternative accommodation. What are the closest hotels to Tremblant but not actually part of the village? I don't mind driving 20min-ish to the slopes if it means cheaper place to stay.
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Old 01-25-2012, 08:55 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I just booked our room through Campus Vacastions, 249$ for 4 people + 2 days shred pass comes up to 223$ Each..

We got the suite with 2 bedrooms , should be cool (it is pretty $$$).. but you can find a hotel that's not part of the village. Probably your best bet
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Probably something in St. Jovite. It's the small town near Tremblant where people get groceries, booze, etc.
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Old 01-25-2012, 07:46 PM   #4 (permalink)
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sorry for the offtopic, quick question:
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Using your Blue Mountain season pass you can get 40% off Tremblant lift tickets.
can't find anything on their site about it ...
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Old 01-25-2012, 09:32 PM   #5 (permalink)
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In the middle of the page:
2011-12 Passholder Benefits

Save Up To 40%*off Tremblant Lift Tickets All Season Long!
As a Blue Mountain season passholder, receive 40% off mid-week regular priced lift tickets and 5% off Saturday lift tickets.
*Valid Sunday through Friday with the exception of the Christmas Holiday (December 26, 2011 to Jan. 1, 2012). Offer expires at the end of the 2011/2012 season and cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion. The passholder must show their current Blue Mountain Seasons Pass to redeem.
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Also, thanks guys I'll check those out. We changed the date to Feb.18-20 so more people can come = less cost. Still definitely going to look for something about 5-10mins away from resort, as prices are significantly cheaper.
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You should join UofT or other school clubs that offer trips to Tremblant for four days, including transport, passes, food for around $500 total
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You should join UofT or other school clubs that offer trips to Tremblant for four days, including transport, passes, food for around $500 total
I go to Humber and they don't got a snowboarding/skiing club =S

Also I booked my hotel ... so pumped to go =D
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Old 01-29-2012, 09:48 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Oh I'm just saying you can join any school snowboard club, they welcome all people even if they don't go to their school, here's a link if you're interested in going again, it's a lot cheaper because they get group discounts

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Ahh shit! That would have been a good option! Too late though since I already booked the hotel, well thanks anyway I'll keep it in mind next year =D
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