Mont Tremblant, Canada

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About Mont Tremblant

Mont Tremblant is located on the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinabeg People. It is a four-season destination centered around a world-class ski resort village. In the winter it hosts FIS world cup events, and in the summer Ironman triathlon races and a popular jazz festival. It is situated adjacent to a large wilderness area within a provincial park approximately 125km north of Montréal. The pedestrian village features several boutiques, shops and restaurants. There are also many recreational opportunities including hiking, cycling, canoeing, boating, tennis, golfing and even a Casino.

Transportation

Unfortunately there is no viable public transport between Montréal and Mont Tremblant. We have arranged bus transfers from Pierre Trudeau airport and the schedule is below:

  • departing Saturday 20 July at 20:00 (look for Dr. Mark Brigham)
  • departing Sunday 21 July at 14:30 (look for Dr. Matt Regan)
  • departing Sunday 21 July at 19:30

There are no tickets or registration for the bus – just show up on time. Please meet at the information desk near door 28 on the arrivals level at least 15 minutes before the bus departs. A conference volunteer (named above), carrying the conference logo, will meet you there. Please note that the information desk staff will have no information about the buses; this is simply a convenient place to meet.

Return trips will depart from the Tour des Voyageurs hotel following this schedule.
  • Friday 26 July, 06:30; destination Trudeau airport departures
  • Saturday 27 July, 06:30; destination Trudeau airport departures

Unfortunately if you cannot make these buses car rental may be your only option (note; parking is not included in registration or hotel fees). If you can offer to drive people to/from Montréal please leave a comment in the Ride Share Discussion.

 COVID Information

You can find information about COVID in Quebec here. We urge all delegates to test before they travel. A supply of masks will be available at the registration desk. If you have tested positive, or are displaying symptoms you should not attend sessions.

Hotels

The newly-renovated “Camp de Base” conference center is in the heart of the pedestrian village, no more than 200m from the two 3-star hotels which offer preferred rates for attendees (for booking details see Accommodations). The deadline to get these preferred rates is 20 June. Breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks will be included in the registration fee. If you can offer to drive people to/from Montréal please leave a comment in the Room Share Discussion.

You can register now for the conference via this link.

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