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It’s the 18th edition of Tremblant 24h and it’s better than ever. It’s the ultimate sports challenge.

Teams with between 6 and 12 participants relay for a full 24 hours. They can run, walk, or ski. The teams each average over 100 km of walking, 200 km of running and about 300 km of skiing!

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And, it’s all for a great cause.

Tremblant 24h is a fundraising drive and all the profits are given to three children’s foundations.

This is no joke, as last year’s record reach $3.8 million in donations. In an effort to top last year’s huge record, the goal this year is set at $4.125 million.

To make this all happened, there are tons of activities and shows happening all around the resort, which start on December 7 at 6:00 AM. This one all takes place at the Base Camp with a live show by Antoine Gratton featuring DJ Franky Selector.

December 8, the official launch of Tremblant 24h starts at noon at the Marriott roundabout.

There a ceremony and a parade to kick it all off.

Then there are outdoor concerts with live music and entertainment happening at the Rogers Stage. There’s even Igloofest to encourage all night partying.

The grand finale is at 12 noon on Sunday, December 9 where the sponsored children are featured. It all wraps up at 2 PM.

All the lifts at Mont Tremblant will be operational and open to all guests not in the fundraiser. So, everyone can ski and snowboard as much as they like.

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There’s still time to make a donation, so think about giving back.

Mont Tremblant’s 24h

When: December 7 to 9
Where: Mont Tremblant
Price: Varying registration prices. See here available online