Looking for a one-stop shop in the Eastern Townships? Head to Bromont.
Located 70 minutes east of Montreal, this family-friendly resort has 141 trails, 30 glades and five terrain parks, spread across seven slopes. City slickers and students can even practice their night moves on the 99 runs underneath floodlights.
Bromont’s also well known for its Nuits Blanches evenings where guests can demo the latest snowboards, take part in on-hill events and ski until 2 a.m..
Olympic snowboarder Max Parrot is no stranger to the resort. “I grew up in Bromont and this is where everything started for me,” he says. “I used to go ride every evening after school. I travel a lot now for snowboarding and still have never seen another mountain you can ride at night. I think this is something very special that Bromont has. I still love to go ride there in between trips with my family and friends. I also equipped myself with a bike last summer to ride at Bromont. They have a big map of trails that allows me and my dog to have a lot of fun.”
With over 50 km of downhill and enduro mountain biking trails, plus the Oberson Learning Zone there’s no reason not to get out and ride. Bromont also has a pretty fun waterpark right at the base the resort complete with waterslides, a lazy river and four swimming pools.