Tremblant Camp June 2-3-4
We are very excited to announce that the annual OTC Tremblant spring training camp is a go! This year, we are very fortunate to secure accomodations at the JB Ski Club. This co-op club is one of the last remaining privately owned residences to be situated within throwing distance of the main village. The lodge features right-of-way access to the Ironman swim course, a private bridge with direct access to the upper village, and a gorgeous forested surrounding.
You will be responsible to bring and/or pay for your own food.
OTC coaches will be leading group rides, runs and swims right on the Tremblant course and providing expert advice along the way. As well, OTC coaches will be hosting sessions to highlight key points you need to know to execute a successful race at the Tremblant 70.3, 140.6, or 5150 including:
- Proper Pacing
- Key points of the course
- Pre race and race day nutrition
- Mental Preparation
Even if you aren't doing a Tremblant race this year or even any a race at all, feel free to come on out and take part in the activities...or just hang out and be inspired by your fellow clubmates.
JB Ski Club Co-op Chalet
We are incredibly fortunate to have acquired an incredible nightly rate for this intimate chalet. Features include:
- 2 min walk to upper Tremblant Village
- Direct private access to swim course
- Direct access to T-Zone, Finish line, bike and run course
- Outdoor ice bath!
Quick note on the accomodations: We have 10 rooms (20 spots) reserved for us, but will likely be able to get more space if we put in our deposit early enough. For this reason, we will be starting a wait list immediately.
1. Pay Camp Fee: Paypal $175 (taxes included) to reserve your spot.
3. Allocation: We will respond with the best fit based on availability.
Significant Others and Little Ones are welcome!
Significant others will count as an additional registration. Email us to inquire about bringing children
All rooms are double occupancy. There are 2 twin beds in each room. In exeptional circumstances single room occupancy may be permitted.
Itinerary (Subject to change)
Over the course of the weekend the coaches will guide you through all the key points you need to know to execute a successful race at the Tremblant 70.3 or 140.6.These include:
• Proper Pacing
• Key points of the course
• Pre race and race day nutrition
• Mental Preparation
Itinerary (Subject to change)
Friday is a travel day in which we will be leaving Ottawa and going to our lodges at Tremblant. We will have the opportunity in the afternoon to do some training, which you will arrange, either on your own or with a group. We usually do a potluck for dinner on this night as well as it provides leftovers for the rest of the weekend.
Morning: Depart Ottawa, Car Pool.
Afternoon: Arrive at Mont Tremblant; Afternoon training (self-guided; your choice of disciplines & distances)
5:30pm: Pot Luck Dinner: everyone at chalet
6:00pm Presentation covering nutrition, pacing, course profile during pot luck
Saturday will feature a group ride led by an OTC coach, with tips and tricks at various portions of the ride. Great opportunity to learn the ins and outs of the Tremblant course.
We will also be featuring a group swim or run on Saturday following the bike ride (split into two groups; your choice).
8:30am: Group ride leaves the chalet. Athletes are free to do distance of their choosing; however, the coaches-led ride will be 90km, plus option for additional 25km (repeat Duplessis and add the casino climb)
Afternoon (post-ride): Choice of swim at Ironman course or run on multi-use path around resort.
6:00pm Pizza Dinner or dinner out at upper village. Socializing
On Sunday we will have the opportunity to swim again as well as do a run on the Ironman run course.
10:30am: Run on IM course, leaving from main chalet on Chemin du Village. Athletes are free to do the distance of their choosing.
3pm: Check out