The Tonga Lumina illuminated trail is a sensory experience in the forest. This 1.5-km nocturnal walk takes place on a stone dust pathway at the heart of nature. To start off, visitors show up at the bottom of the Flying Mile chairlift that will take them up to the midway station where they will be led to the entrance of the trail. After taking visitors on a brief ascension, the trail slowly weaves its way down the hill through the woods, crosses streams and clearings. Participants can anticipate being on the pathway an average of one hour. Departures are continuous from sunset to closing, with a maximum of 150 people admitted per quarter of an hour on the course.

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COVID-19 Sanitary Measures

The well-being of our employees and guests is our main concern at Tremblant. Therefore, the activities currently open conform to the guidelines established by Quebec public health officials. Your cooperation being essential to the responsible relaunch of the summer season, sanitary measures have been carefully developed and represent the procedures you must follow before and during your trip to Tremblant. Please review them carefully.

Specifically for Tonga Lumina, we:

  • Limit the amount of access per time slot to 200 people every 30 minutes.
  • Installed signs of the sanitary measures to be followed along the path.
  • Increased the frequency of public space cleaning, particularly that of surfaces most frequently used as well as the amulets.
  • Installed hand sanitizing stations in multiple places.
  • Put in place a daily validation to make sure our employees do not present any symptoms.
  • Trained our employees on the sanitary protocols related to COVID-19. All our employees will wear protective equipment (mask, visors, gloves) required.
  • Require the use of bank cards as payment method.
  • Put in place specific measures for the Flying Mile chair lift, which is part of the activity.

Your collaboration is expected in order to respect the following requirements particularly:

  • Reserve your ticket online ahead of time.
  • Respect your selected time slot. If you arrive ahead of your time slot, you will have to wait and stay away from the start area in order to maintain social distancing.
  • Respect the recommended social distancing measures at all times.
  • Wear a mask is in the line-up and in the lift.

Is the course and experience the same as last summer’s?

After the first season, a few areas of the course have been modified to improve spectator experience. The course and experience themselves remain mostly the same.

What are the opening dates?

Tonga Lumina is open:

  • every evening from June 18 to September 6, 2021
  • Fridays and Saturdays from September 10 to October 16, 2021
  • Sunday October 10, 2021

What is the length of the trail?

The trail runs 1.5-km long.

How long does the activity last?

Varies according to participant’s walking speed. 1-hour walk on average.

Why do we have to book in advance?

The number of people for each start and on the trail is limited. We recommend booking your ticket online to access your preferred time.

Where do I pick up my tickets?

If you purchased your tickets online, you will receive a purchase confirmation and your tickets directly via email. Please have them available to show either in a printed format or on a smart phone when you show up at the start of the activity. If you don’t have your tickets with you, you must pick them up at the Johannsen ticket office. Please allow enough time to pick them up since we will not be held responsible if you are late due to any delay that may be caused by the line-up at the ticket office.

Where and when must I show up for the activity?

Upon purchase, you picked a starting time. For example, if your ticket is set for 9:30 p.m your start will be anywhere between 9:30 p.m and 10 p.m.

From the base of the Cabriolet lift, walk up Rue des Remparts to get to the course’s start at the bottom of the Flying Mile chairlift. See parkings around the resort

Accès au parcours

Access to the trail

Can I get a refund if I can’t make it to the start on time?

Tickets purchased in advance can be reimbursed up to 24 hours before the activity. Tickets purchased on the day are not refundable and non-modifiable (date and starting time).

What is the preferred dress code?

Since the trail is fully outdoors on dirt trails, we recommend closed shoes suitable for walking in the forest. Clothing adapted to the weather is recommended while insect repellent could be of great use. The activity takes place after sunset, so please plan accordingly.

Are there restrooms available on the course?

Restrooms are available at the start and at the exit of the course.

Can I go back on the course more than once with the same ticket?

No. Your ticket is valid for a single entry at a given time.

What can I do if I miss my start?

We cannot ensure your access to the course if you are late. Please note that we cannot move your start earlier if you are in advance.

What to expect in case of bad weather?

The activity is held rain or shine so please dress accordingly. In case of high winds or thunderstorms, Mont Tremblant Resorts and Company reserves the right to delay starting times or to cancel the activity for the safety of staff and visitors. In case of cancellation, you will receive a confirmation 2 hours before your starting time. A red banner will appear on the website and a cancellation notice will be posted on the activity’s Facebook page. For all cancellations made by Tonga Lumina or Tremblant, you will automatically receive a full refund of your cancelled activity.

Do I need to get a ticket for my toddler?

Access for children under 5 is free, but you must get your free Peewee ticket to enter the course.

Can I take a stroller on the course?

The experience takes place entirely outdoors on a levelled but non-asphalted trail. The trail includes hills and the access to the start is done via a chairlift. You can take a small stroller or a backpack-style baby carrier up the chairlift for children unable to walk the entire trail. Note that the use of a front baby carrier is mandatory to take your infant up the chairlift.

Are pets allowed on the course?

Pets are not allowed on the Tonga Lumina course.

Can I take pictures and video footage of the experience?

You can film or take pictures without using the flash.

Can I eat on the site?

New food service. A cart will be waiting for you at the end of the course, on Fridays and Saturdays.
On the menu: cold and hot beverages, frozen treats and snacks.

Does Tonga Lumina offer access to people with reduced mobility?

The experience takes place entirely outdoors on a leveled but non-asphalted trail. The trail includes hills and the access to the start is done via a chairlift. Please enquire about reduced mobility access at 1-866-787-8920.