Back on August 18th, Tremblant became the latest ski resort to add a synthetic ski slope. The dry slope is located in the learning section of the Équilibre slope, which is near Tremblant’s Pedestrian Village. The Upper Équilibre section will have a mat with long fibers for softer turns, while the Lower Équilibre section will have shorter fibers for a firmer surface.

They shared a video of the seven-step construction process earlier in August, which shows the complexities of molding such a slope. The video is in French, but it includes captions for English viewers.

A couple of weeks ago, Tremblant shared a video of the skiing experience. Skiers, snowboarders, and even teleskiers can rip this slope. It’s obviously a small and relatively flat hill, but this is optimal for those who are trying to learn how to ski on a synthetic slope.

From September 5th through October 15th, the slopes will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am-6 pm. In terms of pricing, it’ll be $37 for adults, $33 for children aged 6-12, $23 for kids 3-5, and free for toddlers. This price tag includes the rental equipment, thirty minutes of preparation, and one hour of shredding.

Image/Video Credits: Tremblant

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