Tons of fun at Mont SUTTON!

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While at Mont SUTTON during school break, make the most of your stay by taking part in the different activities at the mountain! Here is the brief summary of the details.
 
Treasure hunt
During school break, take part in the SUTTON treasure hunt and you could win one of the three gift baskets from the Boutique Expérience SUTTON!
 
The challenges contained in the hunt will guide you to different locations around chairlift II. These challenges will allow you to discover the mountain from another point of view and will test your knowledge of Mont SUTTON.
 
You must fill out the coupon online, by Friday March 5th, 4 p.m.
 
Sculptures of les Arts à la montagne!
You may see them during your treasure hunt, on a ski run or a hike; our outdoor sculptures make Mont SUTTON an open-air museum.
 
The numerous sculptures that are on the Mont SUTTON’s trails are a made possible thanks to the non-profit organization, “Les Arts à la montagne” and in collaboration with Mont SUTTON’s management. “Les Arts à la montagne” raises funds to promote and support the work of local sculptors and promotes Sutton as destination where Nature and Culture meet.
 
You can find all the details, about the artists and the sculptures, on the page “Sculptures on the mountain” of the Mont SUTTON’s website.
 
Snow park, Fun park and Forest of wonders
Our thrill and adrenaline seekers will be excited to learn that Le Tomahawk Snow Park is welcoming its first riders this week!  Just in time for school break!
 
The Tomahawk Snow Park is a collection of thrilling sensations designed for enthusiasts of acrobatics! Located at the foot of the ABC ski trail, the snow park is the ideal place for skiers and snowboarders who want to try new freestyle tricks and improve their skills on our modules (boxe, rail, jump). Young and old alike will be able to give it their all and enjoy hours and hours of fun!
 
For the little ones or the less adventurous, it’s a rendez-vous at the Mont SUTTON “Fun Park” on the Cascade run.  Berms, jumps, stutter bumps…everything is there to have fun all day long. Don’t forget the Forest of wonders which consists of a trail in the forest in a beautiful enchanted setting (animals in the trees, tepee and many other things…)! Take advantage of everything we offer you as a family, savour each moment of pure pleasure, laughter and wonder…
 
Yooner…what is it?
Sliding easily down the hill, and experiencing big thrills! That’s a Yooner. It’s like a ski-bob/sled hybrid, you’re sure to have a blast on this new sliding concept.
 
Price of a 2-hour yooner rental for a season pass holder or a day ticket holder: 20$+ taxes.
 
Reservations are mandatory, via our online boutique.  Minimum age required 8 years old and 8 to 11 years old must be accompanied by an adult who practices the same activity.
 
Outdoor BBQ at Chalet Alt. 840 m
A new food service point is added at altitude for the entire school break, weather permitting! A BBQ will be in service outside the Chalet Alt. 840 m. On the menu are hamburgers and hot dogs, alternating daily, throughout the week.  Also available, water and Gatorade.
 
A tasty offer that will definitely satisfy skiers and snowboarders alike!  You can then quickly get back on the trails!
 
We remind you that no food is allowed inside the chalets. Take the opportunity to eat outside and admire the view!
 
Have a great school break amongst us and enjoy the skiing and snowboarding!

 

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