Today, Sunday, May 19

Water Park opening June 10, 2024

Season passes presale until June 30, 2024. The season pass also gives access to the Hisséo Adventure Park. See the season passes

Joining The Mountain Collective group

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Mountain biking is now open

Season passes presale until June 30, 2024. See season passes

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Lifts opening

We are open all weekend to season pass holders and Apex multi-day card holders. P1 is closed, so head for Versant du Lac (P5). Thank you and enjoy!

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SnowPrks

Jumps, ramps, rails, modules, burms… our snow parks have everything needed to give adrenaline junkies a thrill, but also to allow curious riders to learn freestyle.

To have a positive SnowPrks experience, it is important to be familiar with the basic rules, safety measures and techniques (logical style). Discover also the 3D plans of the 2023-24 snow parks, the events and much more!

MAX PARROT

The two Max Parrot snow parks offer more than 700 meters of continuous jumps and modules, making it the largest park in the region. It has two lines adapted for intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders.

With several modules and jumps from 15 to 30 feet, everyone can create their own course and develop their skills. This is definitely a must for freestyle enthusiasts!

Versant du Village

Access by the Varennes trail
Features
23 Total
Jumps
5 Total
Location
12 Max Parrot
21 Max Parrot
Level
Intermediate and advanced

ZONE DÉFI

Known for hosting the Zone défi, its courses will change throughout the season! This unique trail offers a variety of snow modulations and contoured turns that the whole family will enjoy.

Versant du Village

Access by the Mystic or the Bedford trails
Features
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Jumps
- Total
Location
32 St-Jean
Level
Beginner and intermediate

HERO PRK

With medium and large modules, this park can be described as semi-progressive. It is designed for those who are already initiated and wish to improve their skills. Its gentle slope allows the participants to walk back up to maximize the number of repetitions. This park is easily linked to the Max Parrot park to extend your descent.

Versant du Village

Access by the Mystic or Bedford trails
Features
6 Total
Jumps
- Total
Location
52 St-Armand
Level
Intermediate and advanced

P'TIT PRK

After learning at Victoriaville snow park, develop your skills further at St-Hubert park! It’s the perfect place to learn your first jumps. Fun guaranteed!

Versant du Village

Access by the St-Hubert trail
Features
2 Total
Jumps
2 Total
Location
14 St-Hubert
Level
Beginner

EVO PRK

This space is the ideal playground to learn or practice freestyle. It offers consecutive jumps as well as a series of varied box modules. It has everything you need to embark on a snow park adventure without fear!

Versant des Cantons

Access by the Calgary or Vancouver trails
Features
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Jumps
- Total
Location
96 Calgary
Level
Beginner and intermediate

INI PRK

It’s back! Located in Mont Soleil, this park is ideal for learning the sensations of the different modules and modulations that can be found on a larger scale in other snow parks.

Mont Soleil

Features
3 Total
Jumps
1 Total
Location
2 Victoriaville
Level
Initiation

Questions about Snowprks?

Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about SnowPrks.

When do SnowPrks open during the season?

It all depends on the weather from one year to the next. The colder the temperature is at the beginning of the season, the faster we can snow the slopes. Normally, all SnowPrks are open in mid-January.

 

Are there different parks for different levels of users?

Yes, the snow parks offered will be designed to allow users to progress. The Victoriaville, in the Mont Soleil, is intended to be an introduction park for the practice of freestyle where you will find ramp modules and a specially designed jump for progressive learning. You can also find the Calgary Snow Park which is intermediate, then Brossard and Candiac which are for the more advanced.

 

Why is there no XL module?

The station already had an XL park in the early 2000s. However, the number of users was quite low. The station therefore favors the installation of L infrastructure to make our parks more accessible. However, some jumps offer more pronounced angles of attack and a longer landing area so that the more experienced can go for more amplitude.

 

Are the parks redesigned every year?

Yes, with the collaboration of Today’s Park, the parks are redesigned every year using the modules we already have and adding 1 or 2 new components.

 

Is there a risk of collision in the SnowPrks?

Anyone skiing or snowboarding in a ski resort must know the Skier’s Code and those who practice freestyle must know the Logical Style (Smart Style).

In order to avoid potential risks, we take the following safety measures:

– Adequate signage at the entrance of each park
– Indication of the level of difficulty of each module
– Presence of a team of Park Rangers every day to make users aware of good freestyle practices.

 

How often is park maintenance done?

All parks are maintained mechanically and manually on a daily basis. Adjustments and/or modifications will be made on a monthly basis.

Our Park Rangers team ensures that all facilities are safe and functional every day.

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