In which style (classic or freestyle) is the cross-country skiing event?
It’s up to you. The tracks will be prepared for both classic and freestyle cross-country skiing.
Must I pay a fee to access the trails?
No. Access to Ski de Fond Mont-Tremblant trails is free for participants.
What time does the event begin?
The site will be open to participants and the public starting at 7:30 a.m. on Sunday. See the Schedule page of our website for all the details.
Where can we park?
You are invited to use the main parking lot (free) in front of the Wheeler pavilion, located at the end of the driveway leading to Domaine Saint-Bernard. A parking attendant will be on site to guide you.
Is it possible to rent equipment on site?
It will be possible to rent ski equipment on site at the Ski de fond Mont-Tremblant boutique. The boutique’s brand new Rossignol experience centre will display the brand’s range of products and make its line of classic and freestyle skis available to participants. First come, first served!
The boutique also rents regular hiking snowshoes.
To rent race snowshoes, we suggest you visit La Cordée store or the COURIR store in Montréal.
Will there be a designated area for ski waxing?
Yes. Participants will have access to the waxing room located next to the Ski de Fond Mont-Tremblant front desk. The Club de ski de fond Tremblant Nordique will also a classic and freestyle ski preparation service (around 15 minutes per pair) on Saturday, from 3 to 7 p.m, at Le Grand Lodge and Sunday, from 7:30 to 9 a.m at the Wheeler pavilion of the Domaine Saint-Bernard. This activity is a fundraiser to support the club’s competitive and development programs.
Will it be possible to leave a bag at the start line and pick it up upon finishing the race?
There will be no bag drop-off service, but it will be possible to leave a bag inside the Wheeler pavilion.
Will there be aid stations along the race?
There will be an aid station in the transition zone with:
- Hot and cold beverages
- Granola bars (which may contain peanuts)
Please bring your own reusable containers.
Can I use poles for snowshoeing event?
Yes, poles are permitted.
Is there a time limit for each stages of the triathlon?
You must have completed the race and cross-country skiing events no later than 2 hours after the start to be able to pursue the third event (snowshoe).
Will food be offered after the race?
Yes. A hot meal will be served to all participants at 12 p.m, in the Laurentian lounge of Le Grand Lodge Mont-Tremblant. You will also receive a coupon for a hot drink at the Bistro Saint-Bernard (hot chocolate, coffee or tea).
What are the post-race meal options?
Choice of the following: Chicken cutlet, maple and lime sauce, potatoes and vegetables of the day OR Penne pasta with tomato sauce, bun and butter. Dessert, coffee, tea or herbal tea will also be offered.
If you have any food allergies or intolerances, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I view the results?
Results will be available on ms1timing.com.
Will there be an award ceremony?
Yes. There will be an award ceremony presented by Desjardins at 12:30 p.m, in the Laurentian lounge of Le Grand Lodge Mont-Tremblant.
With the collaboration of the a href=”http://www.pentathlondesneiges.com/en” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Pentathlon des Neiges presented by MEC, the winners of the competition will get a free registration to the ITU Winter Triathlon World Championships to be held in Québec on the Plains of Abraham in February 2021 and free access to the baths at Scandinave Spa Mont-Tremblant. There will also be a medal ceremony (medals awarded to winners in each age category).
Where can I have access to photos taken during the event?
Photos of the event will be posted on our Facebook page.
I plan to visit the Mont-Tremblant region during my stay. What are the musts in the area?
Discover the range of activities available on mont-tremblant.ca.