Mont SUTTON is at the crossroads of nature, with long runs that offer breathtaking views, cozy moments in one of our four rustic chalet-restaurants, a bar that hosts some of the most welcoming après-skis, and infinite snow. With every other trail marked as a glade and 204 junctions, Mont SUTTON offers an almost unlimited choice of runs for all skiers and snowboarders to enjoy.
An environmentally responsible mountain
Over the last few years, many steps have been taken towards reducing and managing all of our waste as well as conserving and protecting the mountain’s natural resources. Here are a few examples:
At the mountain
- Development and maintenance of trails and equipment in a way to reduce negative impacts on fauna and flora.
- Adoption of a new water management plan: use of household wastewater, control system, etc.
- Purchase of new snow guns with lower energy consumtion rates than those of previous guns.
- Use of composting toilets for our chalets located at the top of the mountain.
- Establishment of a plan of action to raise skiers’ and snowboarders’ awareness of reforestation zones.
- Pieces of land sold to Nature Conservancy Canada to protect fragile areas and natural habitats.
- Reduction in the use of ice removal products.
For the community
- Participation in the development of a BioKit for Sutton in collaboration with the Centre local de développment Brome-Missisquoi, the Corporation de développement économique de Sutton, and Environment Canada.
- Member of the board for the Coopérative de solidarité Sutton en Haut.
- Rights of passage granted, support and resources lent to the Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton, responsible for hiking trail development and maintenance.
- Recycling of computer equipment.
- Donation of ski clothing to non-profit orgnizations.
- Donations to local fundraising events, as well as participation in such activities.
To reduce, recycle and develop?
- Program for sorting recyclables and compost.
- Bulk purchase of products when possible to reduce waste of wrapping.
- Waste oil recycling (kitchen, mechanical equipment, and automobiles).
- Use of equipment with low energy consumption and energy-efficient lighting.
- Reduction of clean water usage and regular inspections of installations in order to detect and repair water leaks.
- Use of responsibly sourced paper for informational and promotional documents as well as hygienic paper.
- Use of biodegradable and compostable dishes.
Protecting nature: the very essence of skiing at Mont SUTTON
Help us to protect the environment and to ensure our unique glade concept is preserved for generations to come! Together, we can protect our mountain.
Ski the glades. Save the woods.
Carpooling: easy, economical, and eco-friendly!
Skiers who are looking for or wish to offer transport to Sutton can place an ad in the section dedicated to carpooling. Enthusiasts can also connect via Facebook to plan their trips!