Last Update: December 2, 2021
Vacccination Passport Check Procedures & On-Site Health Measures
Vaccination passport verification and identification bracelet
All participants registered in the "on site" section as well as all organization staff, volunteers, artists and media will be required to present their vaccination passport as well as a valid piece of identification at the time of their registration or accreditation. Therefore, contrary to previous years when the captain could pick up the participant's bag for his/her team, each member of a team registered in the "on site" section will have to present him/herself at the Registration Office to have his/her vaccination passport validated and receive his/her identification bracelet. This 24h bracelet must be worn at all times during the event to access the various facilities on site.
It will be possible to register and have your vaccination passport validated starting Friday, December 10, from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM, at the Registration Office (for participants) or at the Headquarters (for the rest of the organization) located at the Fairmont (Soutana Halls).
It will also be possible for all (accompanying persons, spectators, participants, etc.) to get a 24h bracelet by validating their vaccination passport at the 24h Info Centre (Café Johannsen) on Saturday, December 11, starting at 7:00 AM and continuously until 2:00 PM on Sunday, December 12.
What sanitary measures will Mont Tremblant Resort put in place?
Mont Tremblant Resort is implementing sanitary measures adapted to the summer and winter periods that respect the Public Health guidelines for this sector of activity.
As the rules and guidelines of the Public Health Department are constantly changing, we suggest that you consult the Tremblant sanitary measures page regularly to stay abreast of the most up-to-date information.
For further details about the Public Health Guidelines for Outdoor Activities and Events, click here (in French only).
If symptoms related to COVID-19 (e.g., cough, fever, difficulty breathing, sudden loss of smell or taste):
- Conduct a health self-assessment.
- Isolate yourself or the person with symptoms.
- Contact the hotel reception where the person, or yourself, is staying to inform them.
- From there, Mont Tremblant Resort will follow up with you, or the person in quesiton, by :
- Contacting the person to inform him/her of the next steps.
- Performing a quick-result COVID test on site,
- Forwarding the test results to the Public Health authorities who will conduct a traceability investigation if necessary.
When is the event taking place?
The event runs from Friday, December 10 to Sunday, December 12 at noon. The team relay challenge begins on Saturday, December 11 at noon and continues for 24 hours (until Sunday, December 12 at noon). The exact location of the 2021 start at Mont Tremblant Resort will be communicated at a later date.
How do I become a volunteer?
Fill out the Tremblant form by clicking here.
What is the average number of kilometers that the teams cover?
On average, teams ski 293 km, run 210 km and walk 115 km.
What is the registration deadline?
Teams and participants may register until November 26, 2021.
Can I get a refund if I can't attend?
Yes, a full refund regardless of the reason for cancellation will be available until November 15, 2021. After this date, there will be no refund.
If I want to change my participation category to another, what is the procedure?
To change your registration, please contact the organization directly at email@example.com
Will there be any changes to the programming offered during the weekend?
The priority remains the completion of the sporting challenges on site while respecting the health regulations in effect at the time, both on the courses and within the teams.
Are there discounts on accommodation for participants?
Yes, when you register your team online, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to reserve lodging at a preferential rate.
What is the minimum donation amount to raise?
We ask for a minimum of $300 per participant in order to make each team member accountable, but we look at the total raised by the team. So if one participant raises $4,000, he or she is covering all teammates.
Can my team still participate if they haven't raised the minimum required donation?
Teams that have not reached the minimum donation amount will have to pay the remaining amount at registration on Friday in order to receive their bibs and participate in the 24h.
I am a captain and I sent an invitation to a teammate, but the invitation does not appear on his or her profile page?
- Make sure your teammate used the same email address to create their account as the one you sent the invitation to. If the two addresses are different, you can simply send the invitation to the address they used to create their account.
- Are the addresses the same? Send the invitation again.
- The two addresses are identical, you have resent the invitation, and still nothing? Contact technical support at firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions Pertaining to the Walk/Run/Hybrid Disciplines
Does the ski event take place at the same time as the walk/run event?
How many kilometers is the walk/run course?
Approximately 5 km.
How many participants can be on the walk/run course at one time?
There can be more than one participant from the same team on the course at a time. See the official rules below for more details
How many laps must each participant complete?
This depends on your team schedule. The minimum is one complete lap, so about 5 kilometers.
How long does a lap take?
It depends on each person but the average is about 1 hour for the walk and 30 minutes for the run.
Questions Pertaining to the Ski Discipline
How many kilometers of ski slopes are there?
How many participants at a time can be on the trail (skiing)?
A maximum of two participants will be allowed on the course at the same time. Therefore, the team will be able to ask for an accompanying bib to ski with their teammate who is doing their relay.
Can I ski on the mountain if it is not my turn to do the relay for my team?
You will get a lift ticket valid Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with any Basic Package registration. These tickets will allow you to use all the lifts during the hours of operation for the general public.
Does my Tremblant ski season pass entitle me to discounts on registration fees?
No, Tremblant season pass holders do not receive a discount on registration fees.
24h Tremblant's Standard Rules
24h Tremblant's Standard Rules
- Participants must be at least 12 years of age to register and participate in the event.
- Emphasis is placed on participation, fun, respect for others, safety and sportsmanship.
- For your safety, and to ensure fairness for all, you must stay on the marked course at all times.
- The bib must be fully visible at all times.
- Before starting the relay, all new runners must wear their full gear and have their timing chip installed.
- Relays are left to the discretion of the teams and must be done in the transition zone.
- Each team is responsible for the timing chip and only laps recorded by the electronic system will be counted.
- No tampering with the chip is allowed. If the timing chip is lost or not returned, a fee of $125 will be charged to the team.
- Each team is responsible for keeping track of their results, ensuring their accuracy and notifying the timing center of any discrepancies.
- Only runs completed before 12:00 noon will be counted.
- Penalties (adding time) or disqualifications may be applied for not respecting the rules.
Penalties and disqualification
The race officials can give penalties to teams that do not respect the rules or the Mountain Code.
If a team does not respect the instructions issued by the organization, accumulates penalties, contravenes the smooth running of the 24 hours or demonstrates negative behaviour, the organization will determine the appropriate sanction for the act committed; this could go as far as the disqualification of the team.
Examples of penalized behavior:
- Without a race number or not fully visible.
- Not respecting a member of the organization.
- Any other behavior that compromises the safety and respect of others.
- Unsportsmanlike conduct.
The results of your donation collection will be the priority, and the winner of the 24-hour event will be the one who collects the most donations.
These rules are for information purposes only and details will be presented at the MANDATORY captains' meeting.
- The Transition Zone, located at Place Saint-Bernard, is an area reserved for participants of the 24-hour walk and run and their companions. It is here that the participants' relays must take place (exchange of the number and the timing chip).
- Participants who take the course between 5:00 p.m. on Saturday and 7:30 a.m. on Sunday must wear a headlamp.
- To facilitate the cohabitation on the course, walkers and runners will take the common course in the opposite direction. It will be easier to pass each other than to overtake.
- Participants, walkers or runners, who are walking or running in a group on the course should never block the course for a full width, in order to allow passing by faster participants.
- When overtaking participants on the course, you must verbally signal your presence and pass on the left.
- In the round trip portions (see map), participants must always ride on the right side of the course.
- Participants under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult participant or chaperone at all times and wear a junior bib.
Specific Rules – WALK DISCIPLINE
Walking discipline teams will be ranked in two different ways:
- CUMULATIVE RESULTS.
Electronic Chip – Team
This timing chip is used to calculate the total number of laps completed by the team and to classify the team in the RELAY results. Only one participant per team wears this chip.
Electronic Chip – Individual
Each team will receive a MAXIMUM of twelve (12) individual timing chips (in addition to the team chip). These chips are used to calculate the total number of kilometers run by all team members and to rank the team in the CUMULATIVE results.
Teams in the WALK DISCIPLINE may have a maximum of 12 walkers on the track at a time for the CUMULATIVE classification.
Specific Rules - HYBRID DISCIPLINE
Each participant of the HYBRID DISCIPLINE teams will wear an individual chip. The results of this section will be communicated individually only.
The results per team will be communicated for information purposes considering the differences in the composition of the hybrid teams.
HYBRID teams may have a maximum of 12 walkers and runners on the track at a time.
Specific Rules – RUN DISCIPLINE
Each team will receive one (1) team timing chip associated with their bib number.
This timing chip is used to calculate the total number of laps completed by the team and is used to classify the team in the different categories.
The teams in the RACE SECTION will be allowed to have a companion (participant) with the runner wearing the team chip and the bib number. The accompanying person must wear a number to be allowed on the course.
Two participants at a time per team may be on the course: one (1) wearing the timing chip and one (1) wearing the accompanying number provided by the organization.
- The first rider must have his or her full equipment with him or her at the start of the race.
- Helmets must be worn and properly fastened.
- Downhill suits or any other type of speed search clothing are not permitted.
- Specialized downhill and super-G skis are not allowed. Maximum length 190 cm.
- The downhill position is forbidden.
- Strict respect of the Mountain Code (see below) will be required in the common areas: slow down, Roy Scott area, transition zone and at the lift gate.
Penalties and disqualification
These penalties will take the form of waiting time at the top of the course. The amount of time to be spent "in penalty" will depend on the fault and will be at the discretion of the officials.
Examples of penalized behavior:
- No helmet or improperly fastened helmet.
- Not respecting the Mountain Code.
- Downhill on the trail.
- Downhill or speeding on Roy Scott trail, slow zones and transition zone.
- Jostling on the trail or at the lift boarding.
- Collision (due to lack of control or speed).
- Maintain control of your speed and direction. Make sure you can stop and avoid any person or obstacle.
- Yield the right of way to people below you and head in a direction that ensures their safety.
- Stop on a trail only if you are visible to people upstream (higher up) and are not obstructing the trail.
- Yield the right of way to those above you when entering a trail and at intersections.
- If you are involved in or witness an accident, stay at the scene and identify yourself to a first responder.
- Use and wear an appropriate equipment retention system at all times.
- Do not use the lifts or trails if you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
- Obey all signs and warnings and never venture off-piste or onto closed trails.