Last update: June 30, 2020
The safety of our participants, volunteers, festivalgoers and members of our team is always a priority. With that in mind, Tremblant’s 24h will comply with all established measures to deliver a safe event in compliance with health and physical distancing standards issued by the Quebec government and the provincial public health institute (INSPQ) during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
This page will be updated regularly as we continue to put new measures in place.
Is the 2020 edition confirmed?
Yes, the 2020 edition is confirmed and will take place December 4-5-6.
The holding of the event is conditional on government directives permitting it and on the Tremblant Resort being operational.
When can I register?
Our website and online registration platform open on Tuesday, June 30, 2020. Teams and participants may register as of now and until November 22, 2020.
Can I get a refund if the event is cancelled?
Yes, a full refund will be granted if the event is cancelled due to the pandemic.
Can I get a refund if I’m unable to participate?
Yes, you may ask for a full refund at any time until November 22, 2020, regardless of the reason for the cancellation.
If the event is cancelled, what will happen to the donations I collected?
All funds raised will go directly to the 24h beneficiary foundations.
Can I book my hotel accommodations now?
Yes, you can. Our hotel partners are currently doing a gradual reopening and getting ready for their summer season.
Will there be a refund policy* for hotel accommodations if the event is cancelled?
Accommodations will be fully refundable until September 1. Hotel operators are currently drafting policies regarding cancellations and changes made after that date. You will be informed of those policies as soon as they become available.
*When booking your room(s), it is important to inquire about the hotel’s prevailing refund policy.
Has Tremblant Resort established any health measures?
The resort has put stringent health measures in place and is ready to welcome you for the summer 2020 season.
Nonetheless, knowing that the rules and directives issues by the province’s top public health agency are constantly evolving, we suggest you check Tremblant’s health measures page regularly for the latest updates.
Have changes been made to the weekend’s scheduled activities?
The health rules are changing daily, and the reopening is progressing well, but it is still too early to confirm the official program of events. For now, all gatherings are on hold, including the Friday night party and the participants’ breakfast. Our priority is still being able to hold the team sporting challenges whilst maintaining physical distancing on the slopes and courses as well as in the transition zones.
The event will definitely be different this year, but the goal remains the same: to hold a fun, festive and meaningful event.
Updates on scheduled entertainment will be sent to you periodically.