Ski Bromont: a mountain of experiences, and not the least ones!

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Certainly one of the most popular ski resorts across Montérégie, Ski Bromont is located, as you might have guessed, in Bromont, within the Brome-Missisquoi region, only an hour and fifteen minutes away from Montreal via Highway 10. As the largest centre in North America for illuminated alpine skiing since the 2009-2010 season, Ski Bromont has nothing to envy its competitors!


Ski Bromont, a skiers’ paradise


Ski Bromont offers 141 trails spread over 7 hillsides of Mont Brome, Mont Spruce and Pic du Chevreuil, as well as 32 glades, 101 lit runs and 6 snow parks. The ski resort also has 9 chairlifts to make your climb easier and 1,275 snow guns to guarantee perfect ski conditions at all times.

Are you a beginner? Note that Ski Bromont has a full equipment rental service and hires more than 250 passionate instructors to teach you the basics of skiing or snowboarding.


A very accessible mountain


The mountain’s total area adds up to 1,000 acres, of which 450 are skiable, leaving visitors all the space they need to indulge in their favorite winter hobby without being bothered by other skiers or snowboarders. Reigning 550 meters high above the city, the mountain has a vertical drop of 358 meters, which allows for ski slopes of various styles, catering to beginners looking for a steady descent and thrill seekers alike.

Each hillside of the ski resort has numerous trails intended for skiers of all levels. With 36 easy trails, 54 intermediate trails, 24 difficult trails and 26 very difficult trails, beginners and experts will both find their match.


Something to please everyone


Ski Bromont is the preeminent place to enjoy downhill skiing and snowboarding, obviously, but there is more to it than meets the eye. Are you more of the alpine hike type? Well, like any proper ski resort, Bromont has hiking trails! A total of 4, they are scattered around 3 hillsides – Versant du Village, Versant des Épinettes and Versant de la Côte Ouest – and are of various durations and difficulty levels. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced skier, looking for a long or not-so-long hike, one of these hiking trails will certainly please you.


More than an alpine resort!


Known as an outstanding mountain during wintertime, Ski Bromont transforms itself completely when summer comes around. If you wish to cool down while having tons of fun, its water park is totally worth the trip. If you are more of the adrenaline-fuelled, athletic type, you might be tempted by its various mountain bike trails, totalizing more than 50 kilometres of routes.


4 in 1


Bromont Water Park gives you the opportunity to dip your toes in 4 heated pools and enjoy 13 slides of varying thrill levels, but the park has many more activities!

Once you have access to the Water Park, you also have access to a free introduction to mountain biking on a trail for beginners. The free session includes all necessary equipment - bike, helmet and protective pads for elbows and knees.

You can also indulge in alpine luge when you visit Ski Bromont in the summertime. With its easy circuit, known as the Tortue, and its difficult one, the Lièvre, you hurtle down the mountainside as if you were in a bobsleigh.

Finally, Bromont is an absolutely charming region that deserves to be appreciated for its beauty. In this sense, nothing beats a short chairlift ride. Imagine looking down at the fall colours while enjoying a panoramic view of the area!


Plan your visit


Whether you are visiting for a day or staying for the weekend, Ski Bromont has everything you need, both in terms of food and accommodation.


Where to eat


Enjoying a winter sport can whet one’s appetite! The good news is different food options are made available to you directly on-site. Actually, a new food court located at the top of the Versant du Village, Chalet du Sommet, just opened this year. Get a taste of local foods from Quebec at Daffy Café-bar, L’Escale and Le Comptoir, while also making sure to stop by the bakery area where specialized coffee and small dishes, such as croque monsieur, quiche, toast, flammekueche or pasta, are served.

Additionally, Ski Bromont officially launched on December 21st 2019 its Hors-Piste Archibald microbrewery—Archibald being a widely known brewery in Quebec whose reputation is well established.

You may also find other gourmet stops on-site at Ski Bromont:

  • Bistro-bar La Débarque: You will be presented with a vast selection of pizzas, various appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, salads and pasta. A good bistro with a versatile menu located in the Chalet du Village, at the Versant du Village.

  • Halte-resto Le Refuge: Choose from Asian-inspired dishes, burgers, hotdogs, poutines, panini sandwiches, salads or soups. Also located in the Chalet du Village, at the Versant du Village.

  • Halte-resto Chalet du Lac: A lovely space where you can easily stop by for a moment to eat a burger, spaghetti or pastry on-the-go. You will find it in the Chalet du Lac, located at the Versant du Lac.

  • BeaverTails stand: Savour a sweet and delicious beaver tail between runs! You will be able to locate the stand near the Express du Village, at the Versant du Village.


Where to stay


Evidently, Bromont abounds with hotels to accommodate winter sports enthusiasts who wish to spend time on Ski Bromont’s ski slopes. The Saint-Martin Bromont offers stay and ski packages, whether you want to spend 8 hours on the mountain or enjoy it for the evening only. The Domaine Château Bromont also offers similar stay and ski packages.

If you would like more affordable options and are not looking for all-included packages, know that there are lodges and hostels nearby.


Save at Ski Bromont with Powski!


Spending a wonderful day in the outdoors, at one of the best alpine resorts in Montérégie, is as enjoyable the first time as it is the 25th time. That is why Powski wishes to contribute to your perfect day at Ski Bromont by offering your exclusive deals. Learn how you can save on your ski tickets at Ski Bromont on Powski’s website.


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