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Yes its worth it. Way better than Blue IMO. It gets cold in Tremblant but the elevation and verticle drop is way bigger and way more runs. The resort was voted #1 again. I am hitting Tremblant in February for 5 days and can't wait.
im not a person who likes 2 carve I just like 2 ride im not the very best so I dunno if I would utilize the runs at tremblant. I was wondering if there were runs with greater elevation but not really increased verticle drop.


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road up there a bit last year, wasnt icy when i was there. I went up later in the season though.
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if you want to, try out sugarbush in vermont. It's about a 7 hour drive, so a little bit longer than tremblant, but I really enjoyed it a lot more than tremblant. There's so much hype about tremblant being so good, and while it was good, it just didn't do too much for me and didn't live up to the expectations

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if you have a passport make your way into vermont way better riding then in quebec...jay peak, stowe, sugarbush, killington...
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if you want to, try out sugarbush in vermont. It's about a 7 hour drive, so a little bit longer than tremblant, but I really enjoyed it a lot more than tremblant. There's so much hype about tremblant being so good, and while it was good, it just didn't do too much for me and didn't live up to the expectations
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if you have a passport make your way into vermont way better riding then in quebec...jay peak, stowe, sugarbush, killington...
I do have my passport but I was probably going 2 bus over 2 tremblant with a couple friends rather than driving so we could get messed up on the way 2 pass the time

anyone have videos from any of these places??? I youtubed tremblant and it looked decent


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I do have my passport but I was probably going 2 bus over 2 tremblant with a couple friends rather than driving so we could get messed up on the way 2 pass the time

anyone have videos from any of these places??? I youtubed tremblant and it looked decent
i know if you go to montreal jay peak has a bus shuttle i am not sure about stowe but look into it...stowe is a awesome place too, tremblant is good to but its very busy on a weekend.
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i know if you go to montreal jay peak has a bus shuttle i am not sure about stowe but look into it...stowe is a awesome place too, tremblant is good to but its very busy on a weekend.
hmmm I am gonna have 2 look into it because me + 3 friends so I will have 2 look at the costs of a car rental split and extras like lift tickets and what not


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Anyone going to Tremblant this weekend?
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hmmm I am gonna have 2 look into it because me + 3 friends so I will have 2 look at the costs of a car rental split and extras like lift tickets and what not
i know that from toronto - montreal is $140 round trip through via rail.
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Anyone going to Tremblant this weekend?
probably going to wait until they have more runs open would be a shame to drive 7 hours and ride 10 runs.
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