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24 hour Tremblant event approaches

24  hour Tremblant event approaches Canada is preparing for its winter ski season and one resort in particular looks set to kick off the term with a bang.

If you plan on taking your ski holidays in Tremblant before Christmas you will be in time for the 24 hour Tremblant extravaganza.

From December 7th to December 9th the event, called 24 hour Tremblant, takes place. It is a skiing marathon which raises thousands of dollars for charity in the space of a 24-hour period.

People taking ski holidays in Tremblant over this period can enjoy three days of festivities, concerts, skiing and a great feeling that comes with supporting a good cause.

Many elements of the festival are yet to be confirmed but those on Tremblant ski holidays can be sure to see parades, live music and ski races.

Meanwhile, those heading off on early season family ski holidays in the region may be in time for the resort's Halloween fun night, taking place on October 27th.

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