Bromont Travel Guide
Bromont Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Montreal
- Resort Altitude (metres): 180m (591ft)
- Ski Season: December to April
- Mountain Range: Adirondack Mountains
- Number of Lifts: 6
- Highest Lift (metres): 565m (1854ft)
- Lowest Lift (metres): 191mm (62ft)
- Number of Slopes: 72
- Snowboarding: yes: park and halfpipe
- Cross Country (km): 57km
Bromont Ski Information
Nearby attractions on offer, will suit any taste in activity. Visitors can explore Vieux-Montreal, an old city filled with old-world flavour. Do not miss the museums and the stunning architecture of the churches, or take a stroll along the revitalized waterfront. A favourite pastime of locals and visitors alike, is listening to Jazz at the Latin Quarter, especially in late June and early July during the renowned Montreal Jazz Festival. Visitors might opt to explore the local restaurants in Montreal. Experience all of French cuisine's permutations - traditional, haute, bistro, original Quebecois. Also sample the city's Cal-Asian hybrids and the legion of ethnic restaurants representing dozens of foreign cuisines, especially Italian, Mexican, Thai, Chinese, Greek, Polish, and Indian. Visitors can also browse the shops of world-class domestic designers, from the up-and-coming to the well established, search for Inuit (Eskimo) sculptures of the highest quality, and take in the dozens of eclectic antiques shops along rue Notre-Dame between rue Guy and rue Atwater.
- Languages: English French.
- Temperatures: 4.2°C
- Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road.
- Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies 911
- Religion: Catholic (45%) Protestant (36%) minorities from most of the world's major religions.
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Bromont has not much to offer concerning apres ski. There are two excellent mountain restaurants which guarantee to keep you satisfied during your time on the slopes. Both offer good deals on food and you are sure to find really tasty local cuisine on the menus. Each restaurant has its own specialty, and visitors can choose which one will suit their mood, and taste, the best. If you like to shop, it might be a better option to take a trip to Montreal, as items at the local shops can be a bit pricey and the variety limited.
Located just 45 minutes east of Montreal, Bromont Ski Resort has 72 trails ranging over 3 mountains and 4 versant slopes. Many of these trails are rated difficult to expert. 64% of the runs are equipped for night skiing, which also sets Bromont apart from other resorts in the immediate area. Bromont offers effective crowd control and manages to keep lift queues moving quickly. There is a 57km cross-country ski trail, a remodeled snowboard park, 2 Free Zone with jumps and guaranteed ski conditions. Chateau Bromont is situated on-site and there are other lodges located in the nearby town of Bromont. Overall, Bromont Ski Resort is a great place for skiers of all types, but it is especially geared toward expert and more experienced skiers. Tickets price : www.skibromont.com/en/ski-reguliers.asp Season pass price : www.skibromont.com/en/ski-abonnements.asp Schedule : www.skibromont.com/en/ski-horaire.asp Technical sheet : www.skibromont.com/en/ski-fiche_tech.asp
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