Bromont in Midst of Transformative Capital Improvements

Bromont in Midst of Transformative Capital Improvements


Bromont in Midst of Transformative Capital Improvements


The Altitude Project for Ski Bromont in Quebec is transforming their ski resort into one of the best destinations in Eastern Canada. The project, which started in 2017, commits $111 million Canadian dollars towards the revitalization of the ski resort through 2026. A couple of weeks ago, the resort announced that a high-speed quad will service the Versant des Épinettes terrain, and will open in time for the 2023-24 season. The current lift is a fixed-grip quad, and services easy, intermediate, advanced, and expert terrain. New snowmaking pipes and a lighting system will also be added. Other future plans include a new 120 room hotel, the renovation of their convention areas, and further mountain activities for the off-season.

The following projects have been completed over the past couple of years as part of the Altitude Project:

  • The Village Express: A chondola that features a mix of eight-person gondolas and six-pack chairs. The Doppelmayr lift services the main base area and takes four minutes and twenty-five seconds. The lift services beginner, intermediate, advanced, and expert terrain.
  • New Summer Activities: Disc golf, a waterslide, hiking trails, a trampo-bungee, and a climbing wall.
  • The Summit Chalet: A contemporary design with a restaurant in 12,000 square feet of living space.
  • Chalet Sun: Features a warming hut for skiers, a multifunction convention space, a ski patrol hub, and a ski learning center.
  • Other Improvements: Snowmaking upgrades, an improved uphill skinning experience, the introduction of RFID systems, trail maintenance, and improvements, new beginner surface lifts, a new rental shop, and renovated restaurants.

Mountain Stats: 

Trails: 144 Trails(including 33 glades)

Lifts: 11

Vertical Drop: 1174.5 feet

Terrain Parks: 8

Night Skiing: YesImage Credits: Bromont

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