It’s spring… but let’s stay vigilant!

The warm sunny rays are not only changing our trail conditions, but also the atmosphere and turnout at the foot of the trails, and in the pedestrian village We are once again requesting your collaboration in ensuring that health measures are being respected, including physical distancing in wait line.

For a detailed list of current Health Measures in place, please see our website.

Place Saint-Bernard Pop Up Lunch Zone
A special area to enjoy a take-out dish or your own lunch is created to compensate for the temporary closures of dining rooms, patios and cafeterias.

Curfew at 9:30 pm

With longer days and the arrival of spring, the curfew is extended to 9:30 pm since March 17, in the red zone. This shift means hotels can welcome guests later, while businesses and restaurants can now offer pick-up or take-out until 9:00 pm. Beyond this time, food delivery remains available.

Please note that since Friday March 19, the residential domaine shuttle service is in operation until 8:50 pm on Friday and Saturday, and until 5:20 pm on Sunday. Parking shuttles circulate from 6:30 am to 7:50 pm. Public washrooms will stay open until 9:30 pm and as usual, the pedestrian village security will remain on duty 24/7.

Measures for spas, pools, fitness rooms and certain activities

As per the new measures announced last week by the provincial government, spas, pools and certain indoor and outdoor activities can resume March 26. Here are the details:

  • Indoor and outdoor spas can reopen on the condition that strict public health guidelines are adhered to;
  • Indoor swimming pools at hotels can reopen on the condition that strict public health guidelines are adhered to;
  • Contactless outdoor activities are permitted in groups of up to 8 persons, plus a group leader if the activity is supervised;

Starting from April 8 :

  • Individuals who do not live at the same address who engage together in a sports or recreational activity must wear masks or face covers;
  • Hotels fitness rooms will be closed, except for swimming pools which remain open;
  • The indoor areas of spas must close, except for pools and personal care services. 

Red zone regulations still in place


  • The boarding of the lifts remains:
    • 1 lift (quadruple chair and gondola) = guests from the same household OR 2 single people seating at each end of the chair
  • The ski chalets are used as warm-up areas with restricted periods of use.
    • No food allowed inside.
    • Restaurant services closed.
    • All personal effects must remain in your vehicle, no bags can be left inside.
    • The washrooms will remain accessible. (From mid-April to mid-June only the Base Camp toilets will be accessible as others will be undergoing renovations.)
  • Ski school
    • Ski lessons will be offered to a maximum of 4 participants from different households plus the instructor, keeping the 2 meter physical distance.
    • Private and semi-private ski lessons are permitted. Details are available in the Snow School section on


  • Restaurants remain closed, with the exception of takeout and delivery service;
  • The boutiques located in the pedestrian village are open with limited capacity;
  • Organized outdoor activities are permitted with certain restrictions.

These measures apply to everyone, regardless of where you live (Quebec, Ontario or elsewhere).

We thank you for your loyalty and understanding during these unprecedented times. We are counting on you to comply with all health measures.

Looking forward to seeing you on the slopes.