Parking

P1

Step out of your car, strap on your skis and hit the trails! Already have your ski ticket or your season’s pass? This is the place for you! Leave your car at P1, accessible from chemin Boulanger, and hop onto the Alleghanys trail to Chair I. Check on status of operation before you go.

 

P2A

This parking lot is located at the resort’s main entrance and gives immediate access to Mont SUTTON’s main chalet Alt. 400 m., the Boutique Expérience SUTTON, the Bar Le Tucker, the daycare, as well as the rental and repair shop.

 

P2B

Parking lot P2B gives direct access to the main chalet, chairlifts I and II West, which services the Family Zone. This parking lot’s secure drop-off area eases your arrival at Mont SUTTON, providing you with somewhere to drop your equipment off close to the chairlift. It can also serve as your meeting point at the end of the day!

 

P2C

This parking lot is located across the street from parking lot P2B, giving direct access to the main chalet Alt. 400 m. It also serves as the parking lot for buses for group ski outings.

 

P3A

Snow park enthusiasts that already have their daily ski ticket or their season’s pass can park at P3A and start the day riding up Chair III, which services the Mohawk Snow Park. Please note that no tickets are available for sale at Chair III.

 

P3B

This parking lot gives access to the main chalet, up stairs. A free shuttle service is often offered from P3B to the main chalet on busy weekends.

 

P5A – P5B – P5C – P5D

For skiers and snowboarders who wish to spend most of their time in the very difficult to extreme trails and glades found between chairlifts IV to VII, it is possible to access the mountain via Chalet Alt. 520 m, at the end of chemin Réal. This chalet has a ticket booth and a restaurant where one can enjoy French onion soup and delicious stone-oven pizza (Chalet Alt. 520 m’s opening status is found on the Snow Report page). This parking lot also serves as the main access to the Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton‘s hiking trails all year long.

 

Consult our trail map