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.
Trails: 144 Trails(including 33 glades)
Vertical Drop: 1174.5 feet
Terrain Parks: 8
Night Skiing: YesImage Credits: Bromont