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It is confirmed! Mont SUTTON will be open this weekend: November 30 and December 1. A beautiful season starts this Saturday with access to the trails Cascade and Alouette (lower section), both catered by the double Chairlift II W. Skiers and snowboarders will have the opportunity to enjoy their first runs of the ski season.




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.

During this first weekend of the season, the Snow School’s team will be available on site for those who want to book their lessons. The teams from the repair shop, the rental center, the restaurant and the ski shop will all be ready to welcome the customers.




Sale and 4@7 show this Friday

Although skiing is starting this Saturday, the Black Friday sale will start November 29, at the Boutique Expérience SUTTON, and will end on Monday, December 2. Deals on everything in store, even on new arrivals!

A show to mark the beginning of the season will also take place this Friday at Bar Le Tucker from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. with the singer Barb Diab and her musicians, the Smoked Meat Band!




Early season rates

Very affordable rates will be in effect for the first weekend: adult daily ticket at $20 + tax, and other tickets at $15 + tax. It should also be noted that all the SUTTON 2019-2020 passes will be accepted (5-Day Pass, Monday Pass, Friday Pass, Little Pass, Ped Day Pass and New Parents Pass).




Snowy investments! 

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.

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



Mont SUTTON is a major ski resort located in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, known across North America for its unique glade concept for every type of skier and its many junctions creating endless possibilities for every run. Mont SUTTON also sets itself apart with its authentic ambiance, awe-inspiring nature and its exceptional snow conditions