A dream itinerary with your Mountain Collective pass

The Mountain Collective multi-resort pass can take you to the ends of the earth and to some of the best ski destinations in the country. But did you know that it can also take you to 3 destinations within easy driving distance?

Imagine your 2024-2025 ski season…


Bromont, montagne d’expériences (Bromont, Quebec)

Start your season with 2 days of skiing at Bromont. With its 97 fan guns, Bromont stands out for its snowmaking capacity and is a sure bet for December in Quebec. Less than an hour’s drive from Montreal, the Eastern Townships resort offers perfect corduroy morning, noon and night. With the Mountain Collective pass, enjoy evening skiing on 104 lit trails, experience the ambiance of Nuits Blanches when the mountain is open until 1 a.m and dance during outdoor concerts at the foot of the slopes. Want to extend your stay or come back another weekend later in the season? No problem, you can purchase additional daily tickets at a 50% discount!


Le Massif de Charlevoix (Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Quebec)

Head east for a weekend in Charlevoix and discover one of Quebec’s most beautiful mountains, with its breathtaking panoramas. Le Massif de Charlevoix has something for everyone, including the highest vertical drop in Eastern Canada. Take the opportunity to explore the resort and its magnificent region, as your 2 days of skiing at Le Massif are included with your Mountain Collective pass!


Sugarloaf (Carrabassett Valley, Maine)

Snowstorm in the Northeast! Head for Sugarloaf. It’s well worth the drive to discover Maine’s largest ski resort. Approximately 3.5 hours by car from Montreal and Quebec City, Sugarloaf offers 1,360 acres of skiable terrain. With 176 trails and glades, over 500 cm of natural snow every winter and a vertical drop of 860 metres, Sugarloaf will quickly become one of your favourite playgrounds for your next winter adventure.

Want more? Your Mountain Collective pass also takes you to Western Canada.


Banff Sunshine (Banff, Alberta)

It’s finally time to travel! Let’s start in Alberta and ski one of the province’s iconic resorts, Banff Sunshine. Located in the Canadian Rockies, you’ll experience a fairytale landscape. At an altitude of 7,200 feet and with skiable terrain spread over 3 mountains, you’ll get the most out of the 2 days of skiing included with your pass.

Lake Louise (Lake Louise, Alberta)

Move on to Lake Louise for 2 more days of incredible skiing. Lake Louise is one of the largest ski resorts in North America, with over 4,200 acres of skiable terrain and spectacular views of mountains, glaciers, lakes and forests. Enjoy even more by staying an extra day and buying your day ticket at 50% off.

Revelstoke (Revelstoke, British Columbia)

After your 5 days of skiing in Alberta, head a little further west to explore the mountain of Revelstoke. The Revelstoke ski resort is world-renowned for the diversity of its terrain. With large bowls, perfectly spaced glades and well groomed runs, there’s something for everyone! One advantage of having the Mountain Collective pass in Revelstoke? You can put your credit card on the pass and go straight to the lifts, without having to go to the ticket office to get your ticket at 50% off for the extra day. Efficient, if your legs aren’t too tired to keep skiing!


If you’re a real ski fanatic, there are still plenty of resorts to discover in the American West, including Jackson Hole (WY), a master of powder, and Aspen Snowmass (CO), Colorado’s 4-mountain destination.

Otherwise…you might be tempted by a summer trip to Chile!

Mountain Collective is definitely a must for ski and snowboard enthusiasts. Plan your next adventure and come back with incredible skiing memories!