The Eastern Townships Ski Areas in Quebec is comprised of four ski areas, Bromont Ski Area, Mont Orford, Mont Sutton and Owls Head.
The Eastern Townships is an area of small towns, cities, rural communities and wide open county-side that is located approximately 86km/54mi southeast of the city of Montreal, Quebec, and just a short distance north of the Canada-US Border. The biggest thing that all of the four Eastern Townships Ski Areas share equally is their family-friendly atmosphere and the sense of freedom that only a day on the slopes can offer.
If you were to ski or snowboard at all of the four Eastern Townships Ski Areas, the drive would cover a distance of approximately 160km/100mi. If you choose to take on the challenge of the four Eastern Townships Ski Areas, you will have the opportunity to enjoy over 314 total trails serviced by 35 total lifts. If you want to experience the area at night, you can extend your day on the slopes as the Bromont Ski Area offers skiing and snowboarding under the lights every night on over 100 trails. Mont Sutton near Sutton, QC is well known for its glade skiing and snowboarding, as well as great overall terrain suitable for all to enjoy. Owls Head offers magnificent views of Lac Memphremagog and the surrounding country-side as well as a back-country experience. Next, Mont Orford near Magog features terrain on three skiable mountain peaks, which when added together equals one great skiing experience. As you complete your journey through this special place, you will discover why so many people love to call the Eastern Townships home.
Eastern Townships Ski Areas… four amazing ski areas equals one great memory.