The largest lit ski area in America
With 450 acres of skiable terrain, 141 trails, including 32 glades and 101 lit trails, and 9 ski lifts spread over 7 slopes. With more than 1,500 snow guns, conditions are guaranteed, day and night.
A water park in the summer
Offering 25 water- and land-based activities, including a heated wave pool of nearly 24,000 square feet, rafting descents, kilometres of slides, and alpine luge on the mountainside.
The largest mountain biking area in Eastern Canada
From May to October, the site offers the largest mountain biking area in Eastern Canada with 24 downhill trails for all levels. In addition, it includes nearly 50 km of multipurpose trails for a wide range of mountain activities: hiking, trail running, enduro, or cross-country biking.
To create unique mountain experiences and moments of sheer joy.
Become a destination firmly attuned to its mountain environment, where the quality of life and having fun are front and centre!
Passion & fun
Ensure an organizational climate and a pleasant working environment that create a balance between work and pleasure, allowing our staff to feel productive and happy – all the better to serve our clients.
To have the ability to quickly accept and adjust to unexpected challenges (related to the weather, the season, visitors etc.) by questioning our customary way of doing things, in order to encourage innovation and make any necessary changes.
Maintain harmonious relationships with our employees through teamwork, by cooperating with different groups, listening to their concerns and creating an atmosphere of trust.
Demonstrate honesty and responsibility in your choices, actions and words. Consistency and transparency are essential to maintaining a climate of trust, respect and fairness among staff.
NEARLY 60 YEARS OF PLEASURE
DO BETTER SEE FAR
Do better, see far is a formal sustainable development approach encompassing various dimensions. With the support of Comité 21 Québec’s expertise in sustainable development, we present our strategic plan.
Our management team
"When the Express du Village with the gondolas was introduced in 2018. That's a moment I won't forget. I remember being proud, I thought we had just marked an important milestone for the skiers' experience and the development of the resort."
"Before the Chalet du Sommet was built, Charles wanted us to be involved in deciding where it would be located. So, with the help of a hydraulic platform at the top, the management team took turns climbing into the gondola to simulate, with the help of a GPS, the correct height of the view we would get when sitting in the new chalet. It was spectacular."
"I never imagined I would experience such a powerful moment when the Chalet du Sommet opened. I remember the party that followed and the beaming faces of all the employees. We were happy and, above all, proud of the result of our joint efforts."
"I'm still impressed to be able to ski in the evening after work and find the same conditions as when we opened in the morning! I've never experienced this before, the maintenance of the trails is one of Bromont's great strengths that never ceases to amaze me."
"When I realized that I really felt at home. I think that the sense of family is very present at the mountain and that, combined with the passion of the employees, we manage to make small miracles happen every day. I love it!"
"The day of Max Parrot's celebration and Fouki's evening show is probably my number one favourite day at Bromont. I felt so proud to be part of this historic moment and to contribute to making thousands of people happy. After two years of the pandemic, the timing of this day was perfect. It was incredible!"
"My first day of work! My colleagues found me boots and skis and said, let's eat at the top and ski back down. It was quite an adventure! It also says a lot about my colleagues who rallied to bring me with them!"
"What really took me outside the box was when a colleague invited me to go on a bike ride to get to know me when I arrived in 2020. It was a change from the traditional happy hour!"
"When I discovered that the plateau of the ski school hill was actually the wave pool filled with snow! I was impressed to see the cannons working and the other side of the story that the customers don't see."
"Last winter, we had a meeting of the executive committee at the summit. We all met dressed in our skis and boots, and then came down as a group to make the first tracks. I knew right away that I wasn't working in an ordinary environment!"
"It's hard to say, because everything here is a highlight! All the projects are different and the company's dynamics means that you never get bored!"
"A project I will never forget is the construction of the Chalet du Sommet. We had transportation and weather challenges. We had to bring up vehicles with grooming equipment. It was incredible. As part of the project, we even had to install a fire hydrant at the top of the mountain. Bromont must be the only mountain to have a fire hydrant on its summit!"
"The time we threw pumpkins in the woods..." Excuse me?! We need an explanation!
"Everyone keeps is always saying greeting each other on the site. You might say that's just being polite, but it's not like that in every workplace! The friendliness of the employees really stood out to me from the moment I arrived. It's so nice!"
"When I came to work at the mountain, I realized that after three years in accounting, what made me happiest was being back in the restaurant business,” says Marie-Ève. “I really missed the human contact. Now I’m back on familiar turf! My colleagues and I speak the same language and we’re all on the same wavelength. I felt at home right away….”
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