The Alpine hill features a 250-foot vertical drop with the longest run at approximately 2,400 feet. The Alpine park has nine trails serviced by two lifts - a magic carpet lift and a quad chair - with a lift capacity of approximately 4,800 individuals per hour.
Hours of Operation
|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 name||Hill length (feet)||% of slope||Rating|
Powders Playground (Freestyle Terrain)
|Glades (Freestyle Terrain)||800'||12-32%|
|West End Glade (Freestyle Terrain)||900'||12-24%|
|Border Crossing (Freestyle Terrain)||1500'||12-40%|
|Express Park (Freestyle Terrain)||600'||12-24%|
|T-Bar Lane (Freestyle Terrain)||1300'||12-40%|
The above hills are listed in order from east to west.
Rules of the Area
Any Alpline skier or visitor who are practicing a sport that is intended to be practiced on an Alpine ski slope at the park is required to comply with the following rules at all times:
- you must be in control of your speed and direction;
- you must 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 and must ski within your limits and capabilities.
Enjoy skiing. Please be careful.
It is forbidden to ski under the influence of alcohol, drugs, narcotics or any substance(s) that may impair your faculties. If found to be under the influence, you must immediately remit your ticket to any representative of the park operator upon simple request.
- First infraction: a warning is issued.
- Second infraction: skiing and/or riding privileges are suspended for 24 hours.
- 3rd infraction: Skiing/riding suspended for 7 days
- 4th infraction: Skiing/riding suspended for rest of the season
The park applies the rules of the Association des station de ski due Quebec.
Use of a helmet is mandatory for all downhill facility users. Rentals are available to ensure that all visitors may enjoy the slopes.
Note: A helmet does not guarantee an individual's safety in a crash, but does provide protection and helps reduce the likelihood of serious brain injury. As a skier or snowboarder, it is your responsibility to learn 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.