Already a week since the 22/23 ski season opening day!

We successfully opened the mountain on 2 sides from top to bottom with a total of 13 trails for the November 24 opening day after 12 consecutive days of snow making. Our snow team continues to work hard to open new slopes in the next days and weeks.

 

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Since the opening day, the weather has been rather marginal with spring temperatures and even some rain, which made snow making challenging. But we were still able to progress, especially at the top of the mountain and in certain trails at the bottom of the North side. Despite the rain on Wednesday, the team is positive in being able to deliver 7 additional trails by Sunday, for a total of 21 open slopes. The weather forecast for the next few days announces fluctuating temperatures, but we still have good time slots for snow making.

Our teams are currently working on putting in place the next snow gun start-up to be as efficient as possible. In view of the Tremblant 24h which will take place from December 9 to 11, our number 1 priority is therefore to finish snow making at the South base to ensure a memorable event!

Photo: Gary Yee (garyphoto.ca)

To know the live ski conditions, visit our mountain report on our website or download our new mobile app. Have a great weekend!