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DESTINATION FEATURE ON THE SNOW MONT TREMBLANT MOUNTAIN STATISTICS The mountain certainly stands out as a top skiing and snowboard- ing destination with its hefty 95 runs with 14 state-of-the-art lifts, Elevation at the summit: 875 meters / 2,871 feet but there are plenty of other winter activities to discover. Vertical drop of the south side: 645 meters / 2,116 feet Number of trails: 95 First Tracks: If you like to be the first to dig in, board the express gondola at 7:45 a.m. for a chance to carve the first tracks on skis Skiing area or board. Skiable ground: 654 acres Artificial snow coverage: 465 acres Total trail length: 78.9 km / 49 miles Ice Climbing: Challenge yourself by scaling a frozen cliff after a Longest trail: Nansen (6 km / 3.75 miles) qualified instructor teaches you the basic top-rope climbing tech¬ Undergrowth: 79.8 acres niques. Incline: up to 42° Classic Delights: Sit back and enjoy the incredible scenery on a horse-drawn sleigh ride. Or strap on a pair of ice skates and twirl Trails classification around at the ice skating rink. Beginner: 17 % Intermediate: 3 3 % Cross Country Skiing: Take a private lesson then experience the Expert: 50 % Domaine St-Bernard trails. Lifts Family Fun: Hit up the tubing park, just a 10-minute drive down High-speed 4-passenger chairlifts: 5 the road from the village. Fly high over the village and ski runs in a 4-passenger chairlifts: 1 3-passenger chairlifts: 2 helicopter tour of the Laurentians. Try your hand at ice fishing or suit Gondolas: 2 up for a game of paintball. Magic Carpet: 3 Cabriolet: 1 Mush!: Drive your own team of dogs through the forested trails and over frozen lakes during the dogsledding experience. Lift capacity: 27,230 skiers/hour Snowmobiling: Go exploring aboard a snowmobile. Snow conditions Average annual snowfall: 395cm / 156 inches Number of snow guns: 1,066 88 NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2012


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