Ice Climbing in Mont Tremblant, Laurentian mountains, Quebec Canada

Annual snowfall:
395 cm (156 in)
Base elevation and top elevation:
230 m (750 ft) and 875 m (2871 ft)
High speed chairlifts:
Magic carpets:
Do you want to have fun, feel the adventure at the highest level and challenge yourself ? Then, the only thing you have to do is to visit Mont-Tremblant. It is a well-known ski resort in Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, Canada, at 130 km/80 mi of Montreal.

The mountain has a base elevation of 230 m (750 ft), a top elevation of 875 m (2871 ft) and a skiable area of 2.53 km²/0.98 mi². Mont-Tremblant is always busy thanks to the breathtaking view and a wide range of summer and winter activities. Ice climbing is one of the most popular sports that offers plenty of fun and adventure.

If you have never tried this kind of activity, don’t get scared, well-trained staff will safely teach you the protocol. You will need to climb the cliff  several times, in order to get accustomed to ice-climbing. This activity is also designed for beginners.

Bear in mind that you must make reservation 2 days before the start day. Don’t forget to bring your own ski boots, otherwise you can rent a pair from the rental shops that are available. Furthermore, you have to be at least 8 years old to take part in this activity.

The appropriate season for performing ice climbing is from November to April. In Mont-Tremblant you find repair shops, guided tours and kids club daily care. You can continue enjoying yourself in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you easily find nearby.