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The Laurentian Ski Museum, nestled in its new building in St-Sauveur, opens its doors to winter sports enthusiasts with an exceptional exhibition: the “Tremblant World Cup”.

The exhibition was launched on November 4 during a memorable evening chaired by Ms. Lucile Wheeler Vaughan, the first inductee into the Laurentian Ski Hall of Fame in 1982. More than 25 inductees and their representatives were present, thus creating a warm and friendly atmosphere. The event brought together around a hundred ski enthusiasts, all coming together to celebrate the history and heritage of skiing in the region.

The Tremblant World Cup Exhibition offers visitors an immersive dive into the thrilling world of the World Cup. Presented until November 26, it highlights the most memorable moments in the history of ski racing at Mont Tremblant. Thanks to unique objects, captivating photographs and moving testimonies, visitors will be able to relive the excitement of past competitions and go behind the scenes of the international event which will take place on December 2 and 3.

The Laurentian Ski Museum, located at 6, avenue de la Gare, Saint-Sauveur, is now open to the public from Wednesday to Sunday from 11a.m. to 5p.m.. Admission is free, but visitors are encouraged to donate $5 per person to support the museum’s mission. This contribution will allow the museum to continue to preserve and share the rich and fascinating history of skiing in the Laurentians.

Whether you are a winter sports enthusiast or simply curious about local history, the Tremblant World Cup Exhibition is a must-see experience. Come and immerse yourself in the snowy and captivating world of skiing in the Laurentians!