The ski season is at our doors!

The ski season is at our doors!

With the pandemic’s arrival in Quebec last March, the 2019-2020 ski season was sadly disrupted. Fortunately, the town of Mont Tremblant announced that the 2020-2021 ski season was to begin as expected on November 20th! Of course, the Mont Tremblant ski station had to adapt to the situation and put in place measures to respect Public Health Standards.

Purchase of Tickets

This season, it will be necessary to purchase your tickets in advance for a precise date by phone or online at www.tremblant.ca, because the quantities are limited. Therefore, the Latitude cards, tickets sold at Costco and corporate tickets (Ski Max) that allowed you to ski at the date of your choice won’t be available this year. Season Ikon and Tonik pass holders will have priority and won’t have to reserve their ski days. This year, the sale of the Tonik passes ended on October 13th, 2020 and won’t be on sale anymore for the 2020-2021 ski season, but it is still possible to buy your Ikon pass on the Mont Tremblant website.

Ski and Snowboard Rentals

You will still be able to rent your ski and snowboard equipment, which will be disinfected between each use. You won’t be able to put your personal effects in a locker or in the common spaces, so you will have to leave them in your car.

Lifts and Gondola

The capacity of the gondola has been reduced by 50% and the 2m social distancing will have to be respected. In green, yellow or orange alert, it is recommended to take the lifts with the people who share the same household, but it will still be possible to take the lifts with other people too. On red alert, only the people sharing the same household will be able to take the same lift and the 2m social distancing will have to be respected.

Chalet and Catering Service

The capacity of the chalet has also been reduced by 50% to respect the 2m social distancing inside the premises. The catering service will remain open, but if the Town of Mont Tremblant passes on red alert, you will be able to go in the chalet only to warm up and the catering service will close.

Mask or face cover

The mask or face cover is mandatory in closed spaces, in the lifts and in the waiting lines, but it can be replaced by a neck warmer or a hood covering the mouth and the nose while skiing and in the lifts.

Don’t wait up and reserve your ski days as fast as possible and take the opportunity to reserve your Kasania property at the same time!

If you wish to have more information about our properties, you may communicate with our customer service directly by phone at 514 437-4000 or by email at info@kasania.com at all times during our opening hours, being every day from 9AM to 8PM. It will be our pleasure to answer your questions!

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