It is mandatory to have a valid access right to climb the alpine touring trails, whether you are a day client or a season pass holder. You can obtain it at the Versant du Village Ticket Booth or Location and at the Versant du Lac Ticket Booth.
2022-23 Alpine touring season pass
Valid for alpine touring and snowshoeing trails. Valid open one (1) hour before the opening of the mountainside on which they are located to one (1) hour before it closes.
(until Dec. 1, 2022)
(as of Dec. 2, 2022)
*This option is exclusive to 2022-23 ski season pass holders and effective until December 1, 2022. Add this option when you purchase your ski season pass. Taxes are not included.
Alpine touring daily ticket
On sale this winter.
Valid for a day and for alpine touring trails. Valid open one (1) hour before the opening of the mountainside on which they are located to one (1) hour before it closes.
Snowshoeing / Hiking
Note that the trails are the same for both activities.
It is mandatory to have a valid access right to climb the snowshoe and hiking trails, whether you are a day client or a season pass holder. You can obtain it at the Versant du Village Ticket Booth or Location and at the Versant du Lac Ticket Booth.
Snowshoeing / hiking trails daily ticket
On sale this winter.
Valid for the snowshoeing/hiking trails of Bromont, montagne d’expériences and Parc des Sommets. Valid from sunrise to sunset.
Free for Bromont residents.
Alpine touring trails schedule
All trails are open one (1) hour before the opening of the mountainside on which they are located and close one (1) hour before it closes.
Snowshoeing / hiking trails schedule
All trails are open from sunrise to sunset.
In case of an emergency
Ascent trails are not patrolled. For any assistance, please refer to a Bromont, montagne d’expériences’s staff
The patrol can be reached by telephone at 1-866-276-6668, option 5 during the station’s business hours. Outside of these
hours, call 911.
Bromont, montagne d’expérience reserves the right to charge a $250 fee for any request for assistance outside its business
hours and/or off marked trails.
- Check and respect the opening and closing hours of the trails before starting the ascent.
- Respect the mountain’s code of conduct.
- Climb only by the designated and marked places. Stay visible and climb in single file. The snowshoe trail is the only one in which descent is permitted. It is forbidden to descend on the alpine hiking trails.
- It is forbidden to access closed trails, or trails that are being snowed or groomed. If you encounter a motorized vehicle (ATV, snow
groomer), please stop at the edge of the trail. Snow grooming operations that require the use of a winch are a real danger to skiers who come into contact with the steel cable. The cable is 1000 meters long and difficult to see. Winches are marked with a blue flashing light. Never enter a trail in the presence of this flashing light.
- It is forbidden to go up the ski slopes intended for downhill skiing except when the signalisation authorizes it.
- Pets are not allowed in the trails.
Tips while in the mountain
Before leaving, make sure to be adequately dressed. It is often colder at the top.
Make sure you are in good physical shape and have the proper equipment. Bring a whistle, food, a change of clothes, a first aid kit and a headlamp.
Climbing alone is not recommended. If this is the case, inform someone close to you about your mountain trip. Carry a charged cell phone with you. Warning! The mobile phone network does not reach all parts of the mountain. Knowledge of first aid is strongly recommended.
Follow this sign to guide you in the trails
- Do not leave any waste or traces of your passage. Be respectful of the environment.
- Fatbike is forbidden in the trails.
- Pets are not allowed in our trails.
By using the alpine hiking and snowshoeing trails, you acknowledge and agree to respect the safety rules, the mountain code of conduct
and other instructions and measures in force at the resort. In case of default, access may be terminated and confiscated without notice
or refund. You also accept the risks inherent to the practice of winter sports (ski touring, snowshoeing, downhill skiing, snowboarding).
You assume full responsibility for any material damage or bodily injury resulting from such risks and dangers. Please be vigilant. This is your responsibility!