Freestyle Canada have reached an agreement to make the Tremblant resort the new host of their International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle Ski World Cup event.
The resort will host competition for the next five years, with the first event scheduled to take place on January 20.
It will be the last event before Freestyle Canada announces which athletes will be heading to the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics.
The venue has previously hosted moguls and aerials competitions from 1996 to 2005.
“The quality of our facilities and the expertise of our staff, both on the mountain and in the pedestrian village, will be of benefit not only to the athletes but also to their families and the organizing committee,” said Patrice Malo, President and chief executive of Mont-Tremblant Resort.
“We think these assets will contribute to international promotion of the event while nurturing the aspirations of young, local athletes, who can develop and train with us.
“It is all in line with our core mission and values.”
The relocation is end of a long-time World Cup event hosting partnership with the Val St-Côme ski centre.
“Val Saint-Côme was an important partner for the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup, but the venue no longer met the requirements of our main partners,” said Bruce Robinson, Freestyle Canada's chief executive.
“We believe this change will inject new energy into freestyle skiing in Quebec and generate new opportunities for Freestyle Canada.”
Freestyle Canada claim Val St-Côme will remain a key partner, particularly due to its centre of excellence.
Skiers on the national and development teams will continue to use the current venue for training, while competitions below World Cup will also take place there.