Terrain Park:

The Alpine hill features a 250-foot vertical drop and 9 alpine trails serviced by two lifts - a quad chair, and our newest addition, a Magic Carpet Lift. The longest run is approximately 2,400 feet and the lift capacity is approximately 4,800 per hour.

Regular Hours of Operation Schedule:

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 1:30 pm 9:30 pm
Thursday 5:30 pm 9:30 pm
Friday 1:30 pm 9:30 pm
Saturday 9:00 am 5:30 pm
Sunday 9:00 am 5:30 pm

Hill Ratings:

Easy Moderate Difficult
Hill Name Hill Length (feet) % of Slope Rating
Bunny 500’ 12% Easy
Double Trouble 1900’ 10–18% Easy
Cruise Control 2400’ 6–24% Easy
Winter Green 1800' 10-15% Easy
Express 1500’ 12–40% Moderate
Wild West 2000’ 6–24% Moderate
Front Lawn 1300’ 12–40% Difficult
Flying Circus 1400’ 12–32% Difficult
Chute 1550’ 12–32% Difficult
Shotgun 2000' 12-40% Difficult
Powders Playground (Freestyle Terrain) 200' 10-18% Difficult
Glades (Freestyle Terrain) 800' 12-32% Difficult
West End Glade (Freestyle Terrain) 900' 12-24% Difficult
Border Crossing (Freestyle Terrain) 1500' 12-40% Easy
Express Park (Freestyle Terrain) 600' 12-24% Easy
T-Bar Lane (Freestyle Terrain) 1300' 12-40% Easy

The Hills in order from east to west. * The vertical drop at Brookvale is 250’

Helmet Policy

Brookvale Provincial Ski Park has introduced a mandatory helmet policy for all users of the downhill facility. Brookvale has invested in additional rental helmets to ensure guests who do not own a helmet will be able to enjoy the slopes.

It is important to note that helmets do not guarantee someone's safety in a crash, but they do provide additional protection and help reduce the likelihood of serious brain injury. Skiers and snowboarders are required to educate themselves on the benefits and limitations of helmet use. The primary safety consideration and obligation under the Alpine Responsibility Code is to ski and ride in a controlled and responsible manner.

For information about how to choose and properly fit a ski helmet visit

Rules of the Area 

Rules made by ASSQ are in force in present area. These rules apply to all Apline skiers and anyone practicing a sport indended to be practiced on an Alpine ski slope. View Alpine Responsibility Code.

Every skier is required to comply with the following:

  • You must at all times be in control of your speed and direction;
  • You must at all times be able to stop and to avoid other skiers as well as all obstacles of any nature; 
  • You must ski on trails corresponding to your degree of ability. You must at all times ski within your limits and capabilities;


It is forbidden to:

  • Ski under the influence of alcohol, drugs, narcotics or any substances impairing your faculties. If found to be under the influence, you must immediately remit your ticket to any representative of the area operator upon simple request.


Important Notice - Lift tickets:

  • 1st infraction: Warning issued
  • 2nd infraction: Skiing/riding privileges suspended for 24 hours
  • 3rd infraction: Skiing/riding suspended for 7 days
  • 4th infraction: Skiing/riding suspended for rest of the season


Enjoy skiing and please be careful!


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