Crisp mountain air, the feeling of snow beneath your skis… It’s coming! But we’ll have to wait just a bit longer. Given the warm weather, it will come as no surprise that our 2020-21 ski season opening is postponed by a week. Opening day is now scheduled for November 27, conditions permitting.

The past few days were abnormally warm, with temperatures reaching +17 °C at night at the summit, so we used this time to fix some minor problems on our snowmaking system. Now a new cold front is coming in and we’re still following our original snowmaking plan, which is: top to bottom, full width trails on the North and South sides. Our goal is to have the most chairs and terrain open by day one to help maintain distance between skiers.

Fear not, at the entrance of P’tit Bonheur and elsewhere there’s still snow left from our snowmaking efforts at the end of October. Help us out at home by dancing your snow dances, while we keep working hard over here!


We look forward to seeing you on the slopes November 27th.