Mont Tremblant, Quebec
|The colorful base village at Mont Tremblant hosts lots of spring action. (courtesy, Mont Tremblant Ski Resort)|
Mont Tremblant has already received more than 100 inches of snow this season. That's not bad, especially considering the resort's annual average is 150 inches. Cold temperatures and a massive snowmaking system allow Tremblant to stay open as late as most Rocky Mountain resorts.
Telus Spin, from March 30 to April 8, is a concoction of ski events and parties that wrap up the Quebec resort's season. On-snow events include Skiercross and Boardercross, and the Urban Jib, a rail competition for skiers and boarders taking place at night in Tremblant's pedestrian village. The Trailer Jam McDonald's is a Big Air competition team event. Each team is comprised of two skiers and two boarders. Another competition, No Man's Land, calls for women boarders and skiers to showcase their skills. Telus Spin will also offer free concerts by Canadian bands and DJs.
Joining in on Tremblant's late-season fun won't break the bank as long as you book by February 19. The Ski, Stay, and Eat package consists of a minimum three-night stay for just $77 per person, per night. For $49 more per person, per night, the package includes two days of skiing and three full breakfasts and lunches. Add $65 per person, per night to get three days of skiing, three breakfasts, and three lunches. This offer is valid for stays through April 6.
Details mentioned in this article were accurate at the time of publication