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More than 20 ski trails for beginners, intermediates and experts. Are you into glades, groomed or moguls? We have something for everyone! When the snowy powder mixes in it is pure magic! The quality of the snow will impress you, one of the most beautiful in Quebec. At the end of the day, skiers, young and old alike meet up for après-ski at the warm and lively Pub Le Sommet.

You want more snow?

Ideal conditions, extraordinary landscapes, slopes for all levels, really, Mont Grand-Fonds is Charlevoix's best kept secret!

Monatgne

A BIG
335 meters!

Of vertical drop, offering incredible landscapes of the St-Lawrence river and the mountains of the "arrière-pays".

Wait? Why wait?

Enjoy your day to the max by going down our slopes and not waiting in line for the chair!

A Friendly ambiance

Our mountain offers you a warm and friendly ambiance, from the first time you hit the slopes to the après-ski!

Carte des pistes de ski alpin du Mont Grand-Fonds.

Technical information

LOCATION 144 km from downtown Québec City/14 km from downtown La Malbaie
BASE ALTITUDE: 400 m (1 312 pi.)
SUMMIT ALTITUDE: : 735 m (2 411 pi.)
VERTICAL DROP:  335 m (1,099 ft.) without false flats
NATURAL SNOWFALL: 500 cm (217 in.) annual average 
ALPINE SKI/SNOWBOARD TRAILS: 20 trails including 4 natural trails, 1 bunny hill and 5 forest clearings
SNOWPARK: 1
DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY: Beginner to Extreme
TRAINING RUNS: 2 trails (La Petoche, Les Braconniers)
LONGEST TRAIL: 2,5 km (8 202 pi.)
SITE PROFILE: 20% easy / 30% difficult / 25% very difficult / 25% extreme
SKI LIFTS:  1 quad lift (2,400 skiers/hour)/ 1 T-Bar (1,200 skiers/hour) / 1 T-Bar (600 skiers/hour)
LIFT CAPACITY: 4,200 people per hour
TUBING RUN: 1 trail
ARTIFICIAL SNOW: covers 35% of total surface
SEASON LENGTH: December to March
HOURS OF OPERATION: 9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. (last lift)
SERVICES OFFERED: ski school, resto-café, pub, ski patrol, boutique, equipment rental and maintenance

Vue de la piste Charlevoix, Mont Grand-Fonds

Mountain Code of Conduct

Code adopted under the Act Respecting Safety in Sports.
This code applies to all persons practising snow sports.

  • Conservez la maitrise de votre vitesse et de votre direction. Assurez-vous d’être en mesure d’arrêter et d’éviter toute personne ou obstacle.

  • Yield the right of way to persons downhill and choose a course that ensures their safety.

  • Stop on a trail only if you are visible from above and if you are not obstructing the trail.

  • Yield the right of way to persons downhill and choose a course that ensures their safety.

  • If you are involved in or witness an accident, remain at the scene and identify yourself to a first aider.

  • Use and wear a proper device to prevent runaway equipment at all times.

  • Keep off the lifts and trails if your ability is impaired by the use of alcohol or drugs.

  • Obey all signs and warnings and never venture off the trails or onto a closed trail.

The practice of winter sports involves potential risks.

For a rewarding and safe experience, you must abide by the Mountain Code of Conduct at all times and be courteous to others.

You must respect all other rules and signs issued in connection with particular activities and physically defined by the ski hill.  

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