We had a few cold weather windows over the last weekend that allowed us to produce snow in the upper part of the mountain. With this we were able to get ahead of our snowmaking goals in several trails at the top, since conditions still aren’t suitable for progress on the bottom of the mountain. Rest assured! From the very beginning of our snowmaking operations, we’ve paid particular attention to the construction of a sustainable base in the higher mountain areas and all necessary actions have been taken since then to maintain the current ski area. We expect to be able to offer three more runs in the upper North side by the end of the weekend.
During the last few rainy days, our team took the opportunity to prepare and adjust the equipment so as to create a massive snowstorm as soon as the weather permits. According to the current weather reports, we expect a return to mass production by Saturday night. We will then concentrate our efforts on the bottom of the South side in order to snow the trails used for the 24h of Tremblant as quickly as possible. The North base will be the next section to be worked on with the Beauchemin Bas and we are considering opening our Duncan Express chair for next week.