The organizers of Tremblant’s 24h are proud to announce that the 17th edition will go down in history as the one that allowed them to hit new heights. The initial goal had been to surpass last year’s total of $3.25 million. Mission accomplished! $3,868,742 will be donated to the three principal beneficiaries: Fondation Charles-Bruneau, the Ottawa Senators Foundation, and Fondation Tremblant.
- $3,868,742raised for the three principal recipient foundations
- 3,317 participants on 366 teams
- More than 18,000 ski runs
- 48,000 kilometres run or walked: four times the Earth’s diameter!
- 350 volunteers
- 11 ambassadors
- 9 sponsored children
- 3 recipient foundations
- Nearly 10 cm of snow bestowed on Tremblant
- 24 hours of physical exertion (1,140 minutes)
- Thousands of litres of coffee, words of encouragement, smiles and changed lives
- An 18th edition confirmed for December 7, 8 and 9, 2018
The mountain came alive
Big musical performances that included headliner Mélissa Lavergne and guests, as well as a memorable show by Simple Plan – ending its world tour on the 24h stage at the base of the slopes – helped motivate the intrepid participants as they braved winter conditions and fatigue.
A plethora of activities, which helped make the weekend an unforgettable experience for the thousands of participants and visitors at Tremblant’s 24h, included:
- The Boréale Party, where participants had a chance to relax and let loose before the mass departure and enjoy the official 24h beer specially brewed for the event;
- The participants’ breakfast, where everyone learned the touching stories of many sick or needy children and listened to the testimonials of survivors who have benefited from the funds raised;
- The concert at the base of the slopes, this year starring Mélissa Lavergne, Florence K and her sisters, Éléonore and Ariane Lagacé, Marc Déry, Ève Landry, Jérôme Couture, Jonny Arsenault, Boogat, Élage Diouf, Antoine Gratton, Stéphanie Bédard and Simple Plan;
- The moving and inspiring closing ceremony, where the impressive donation total of $3,868,742was announced, which will help fund the three principal beneficiaries: Fondation Charles-Bruneau, the Ottawa Senators Foundation, and Fondation Tremblant.