Tremblant’s 24h: one location and three different , simultaneous sports challenges – skiing, running or walking. Teams of 6 to 12 participants sign up for one of the three and relay each other for 24 hours.
Now more accessible than ever. Last year, nearly 1,600 skiers took to the slopes, while nearly 700 runners and walkers did their laps over the 24-hour period. The Walk & Run portion saw the number of participants double last year and organizers are confident that this aspect of the challenge will continue to grow in popularity and even match the number of skiers within a few years.
For an outline of registration options and for more information about the entire Tremblant’s 24h event on Dec. 9-11, please click here.
Hope to see you in December!
About the Event
About Tremblant’s 24h
Each year Tremblant’s 24h event attracts more than 30,000 people, including close to 3,000 participants, sponsors, celebrities, musicians, and journalists. Tremblant’s 24h is a sporting team challenge with three components, skiing, walking, and running. Registered teams collect donations and all profits go to three major foundations working for children’s causes. Each team has between 6 and 12 people, who relay each other over 24 consecutive hours. The event also features major concerts and a vast array of outdoor activities throughout the weekend. Tremblant’s 24h is an unforgettable experience for all who attend.