In addition to the Ikon Pass launched in February that grants unlimited access at Tremblant as well as 25 North-American ski destinations, Station Mont Tremblant proudly presents its Tonik Pass, which offers 118 days of skiing, including 28 weekend days. This new pass rounds out Tremblant's season pass offer for the coming season.
The Ikon Pass: unlimited access
The Ikon Pass provides unlimited ski access at Tremblant starting from $193.36* ($149 USD) royalty and taxes included for children and $777.32* ($599 USD) royalty and taxes included for adults. In addition, it offers access to some of North America's most iconic ski destinations. For more information about the Ikon Pass or to purchase a pass, visit . The first pass sale phase ends April 9.
The Tonik Pass: Tremblant, almost daily
The new Tonik Pass offers 118-day access to the mountain, including 28 days on weekends, 12 Saturdays and 16 Sundays, according to a fixed schedule. The Tonik Pass is available starting at $79 for children and $449 for adults, royalty and taxes extra. The first pass sale phase endsApril 9. For more information, visit tremblant.ca.
An add-on Tremblant Privilege Bundle is also available and offers first track access on pass validity days, a free gear tune-up, a $200 gift certificate valid at Boutiques Tremblant and many other benefits. This valuable package costs $55 for children and $75 for adults, royalty and taxes extra.
A comparison tool is available at tremblant.ca to help current and future pass holders select the right package from the new pass options available.
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*Taxes and royalty included. All CDN$ prices are estimates based on the current USD/CAD exchange rate according to Bank of Canada on March 5th, 2018. CDN$ prices are for information purposes only and are subject to change. The product will be invoiced in USD and will be subject to the then applicable exchange rate if paid in another currency. Banks and credit card companies may charge certain fees and/or use a different exchange rate for credit card invoicing purposes.