OPENING FOR THE 2019-2020 SEASON THIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30!
It is confirmed! Mont SUTTON will be open this weekend, November 30 and December 1! A beautiful season is starting this Saturday with the opening of the Cascade and Alouette trails, catered by the small chairlift II West. Just enough to stretch your legs!
Ski schedule starting Saturday
The mountain will be open this Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and the weekend after (December 7 and 8), and probably 7 days a week starting on December 14.
Mont SUTTON’s team is ready for you!
During this first weekend of the season, the Snow School team will be on site for those who wish to book their lessons.
The repair shop will be open, and a tune-up is an early season ritual that is worth adopting. Our experienced technicians will be able to advise you. Furthermore, if you are the type of person who does a lot of “mileage” on your equipment, choose a “Multiple tune-up package” or a “Seasonal package”.
The rental center will be open at 8 a.m., and take good note that you have until December 15, 2019 to book your seasonal rental and take possession of your equipment.
The main chalet’s restaurant and Bar Le Tucker will also be open! Come enjoy the welcoming atmosphere!
Sale and 4@7 show this Friday!
Our Black Friday sale starts this Friday, November 29, at the Boutique Expérience SUTTON and ends on Monday, December 2. Deals on everything in shop, even the new arrivals! In addition, get a $20 BALNÉA SPA gift coupon with any bill over $50 or more before taxes.
A show to mark the beginning of the season will also take place on the same day, at the Bar Le Tucker. From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., the singer Barb Diab and her musicians, the Smoked Meat Band, will perform.
Early season rate
Take advantage of the very affordable rates on this first weekend of operation: daily adult ticket at $20 + tax, and other category ticket at $15+ tax.
Would you like to get a season pass? There is still time! Visit montsutton.com/seasonpass, and you will find a pass according to your needs! It should also be noted that during the first weekend of the season’s launch, all passes will be accepted: 5-Day Pass, Monday Pass, Friday Pass, Little Pass and all others except the rando-ski pass, which never gives access to the chairlift.
Take the opportunity to buy your season pass now and go down your first slopes this weekend! Do your math: the Monday Pass and the Friday Pass are each $171 + taxes and the Ped Day Pass is $99 + taxes.
Mont SUTTON has invested $1.3 million this season to improve the snowmaking and maintenance system on the trails, for a total of $3.5 million invested since 2016. Among other things, there is a new Prinoth snow groomer, an acquisition in addition to last year’s groomer with winch tower. Check out the Mont SUTTON’s blog to know what’s new this season.
The snowmaking team works vigorously to offer the best snow conditions. The ski terrain changes fast at this time of the year, and additional slopes and chairlifts will be accessible as soon as the weather conditions and the snow conditions allow it.
Updates and progress on the number of trails and chairlifts at montsutton.com/snowreport.
You like our mountain? Why not work at it?
There are still a few jobs available, especially for weekend shifts. Whether you are a student, a retiree, or in search of new challenges, Mont SUTTON needs you! Check our list of job offers at montsutton/jobs.
Wishing you all a great season!