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4/1/21 #Tremblant Conditions

Posted: Thu Apr 01, 2021 7:29 am
by T360
T360 Prime Time Evening Apres Ski Edit, Under Construct @ 9:27 P.M.

How Many Of These Will It Take To

Convince You What Kind Of A Great Day

We Had At Tremblant Today?


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We hope you’ve figured it out by now...

Duncan Is Only One Example Of Several Extraordinarily Fine
Descents At Tremblant Right Now.

Despite some really warm, wet, whacky weather gyrations that have reduced the available
terrain recently, Tremblant Mountain Op’s delivers some truly spectacular conditions
on what is open. They have the resources, skills and abilities to pull “optimized" out of
less than ideal weather. It was both a thrill and a privilege to have such outstanding quality,
especially when many regional areas are struggling to remain open.

While there are some wild cards in the remaining days, we are carefully monitoring
the evolving weather, just about by the hour, and we think there are adequate support
factors for positive ski days to follow, starting with what you see above. More in the morning...

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34(*) Open Trails on Sud/South and Nord/North Sectors at #Tremblant .

The Big “if...”

For Ski Resorts, The Weather Is Always The News...

Mother Nature has quickly evolved her immediate weather influences and
the metrics of the cold weather system moving in today are considerably
different than was suggested by the models of just 24 hours ago. What we
have is the “Cool”, but with less of the forecast snowfall.

You can review all of the yesterday weather forecast data by using
the “Previous Topic” buttons, either top/bottom of this page, to go back
and see all the promise the forecast suggested, but here below is what it
has all evolved to this morning on the left side of this graphic.

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Weather Notes:

If you look at the graphic on the right side above, it shows a forecast
temperature pattern over Eastern North American that includes “Cool”
over Quebec. That seems to be a direct conflict with the long-range
local models below. What you see below in the 14 day long range
forecast would only be considered cool in Fort Lauderdale, certainly
not at Tremblant in the beginning of April.

We are not sure which way it will end up going.... the data seems “iffy”...
but of course, what we want for the integrity of trail base quality is
definitely the models lean towards the cool side to keep everything
“firmly” in place.

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Conditions Notes:

4.1.21 @ 7:15 A.M. Summit-To-Base Weather Observations/Data.

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Every second of “Cool” counts, especially after all the recent warmth.
Any sub-zero c temperature reset helps preserve and perpetuate
groomed trail base quality and durability.

With such a rapid drop in temps from “+” to “-“, there will be icy bits
and very firm surfaces, so you will need good ski/board edges, but
one thing is for sure, it will be “Rocket-Fast”, so fun will absolutely be
a big component. What you need to be able to do is harness all the
energy associated with velocity, with an equal measure safe turning
capability, and that is a direct extension of edge control.

34/102(*) Open Trails on the Archival Copy of Official Open Trails,
Grooming, Snowmaking, Lift Status and Mountain Conditions
for April 1, 2021, Courtesy of
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Thanks for your visit!

Please Note:

Skiing attendance is by reservation or seasons pass only.
a la Carte Ticket-Window sales are not permitted at this
time due to COVID-19 health and safety protocols.

Please Goto for applicable detail.

Please Note(B):

There was an upgrade to the Covid-19 Level in this area to
“RED ZONE” status effective 12.14.20. We do not know exactly
how this could impact any future Mountain utility beyond the
provisions of the currently available Red Zone behavioural
protocols and/or current Press Releases.

Attached below are the Quebec Ski Area’s Policy
and the current Press Release.

The status of active or available participation may possibly
change with short or no notice for public health and safety.

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