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Bromont Ski Area

Bromont, Quebec, Canada
+1 866-276-2226
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first time snowboarder

I took my wife here for her first snowboard experience, the slops were good and the teacher was... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Ben S
Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Ski Bromont! Snowboard, too...

Not a huge hill, but for it's size there's lots of terrain and lifts - AND, they groom ALL DAY, so... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2017
Susan from Taranna
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Ski Bromont is a great 4-season resort waiting for you to discover it! In winter, we offer: 450 acres of skiable terrain with 155 trails and glades covering 7 hillsides, the largest lit skiable area in America, 6 snow parks, 9 ski lifts, more than 1,200 snow guns, and guaranteed excellent snow conditions day and night. In summer, our magnificent Water Park offers more than 20 activities for the whole family, including swirling slides, a heated wave pool and thrilling alpine luges: the whole family will enjoy a tidal wave of fun! Also on site are 21 downhill mountain biking trails for all levels (accessible by chairlift), a superb bike park, wallrides... and much more!
  • Excellent40%
  • Very good44%
  • Average8%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible4%
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“slopes” (16 reviews)
“lifts” (21 reviews)
Bromont, Quebec, Canada
+1 866-276-2226
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I took my wife here for her first snowboard experience, the slops were good and the teacher was excellent.

Thank Ben S
Reviewed 29 March 2017

Not a huge hill, but for it's size there's lots of terrain and lifts - AND, they groom ALL DAY, so you can get fresh tracks at 2 in the aft if you're in the right spot! Weather had turned very bad the week we...More

Thank Susan from Taranna
Reviewed 18 March 2017

Loved this hill!. Lots of chairlifts, lots of different skills of hills.....there is truly something here for everyone! Please make sure you read the website clearly. We went for the Ontario march break, if you buy you tickets on their website you only pay 40$...More

Thank jlemaire9
Reviewed 18 March 2017

The ski resort has the best season passes and hills and mountains are suitable for all-level skiers or snowboarders. It has more than 100 trails and half of them open at night. It's only 1.5-hour driving distance from downtown Montreal.

Thank JennyMTL514
Reviewed 17 March 2017

Lots of choice of terrain for families, easy or difficult glades, lots of every level of run. Great night skiing. My one complaint would be that there was not a lot of options for lessons for children who were experienced skiers.

Thank Christa M
Reviewed 13 March 2017

This is a great ski area! There are so many trails and lifts, something to please everyone and all ski levels. While there are quite a few expert trails on the front facing slopes, there are many intermediate and easy trails on the back slopes....More

Reviewed 11 March 2017

When you advertise a spring break special price, sell it as that. if the deal is only available online then say its a sping break internet special!. After driving a hour and a half to take advantage of the discounts advertised for spring break we...More

Thank nagnagnag2017
Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

Loved it! I lived in Switzerland 13 years. I'm difficult when it comes to skiing. But I must say I was happily surprised! Lots of runs, lots of tough ones, but great easy runs too. Conditions were perfect. Had an awesome day!

Thank Papchoum1976
Reviewed 20 February 2017 via mobile

Speaking from a snowboard beginner they have amazing long easy trails. I could only go twice on it and I was done for the day. A skier told us Brome is easier than Toronto as Toronto has a lot of flats so you have to...More

Thank Jj J
Reviewed 14 February 2017

A hour from Montreal, Bromont is a great skiing destination with enough pistes to keep you busy. The ski rental place was friendly but it took sooo long to get skis and boots. There has to be a better, more efficient system. When you come...More

Thank Mikael C
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Ben S
me and my wife (both beginners) are visiting friends in Montreal and we are thinking of going to bromont to try a bit of snowboarding and skiing, we would like to stay on the site or near by for one night but are unsure about are options, what's the easiest way to get from Montreal to bromont we wont be driving so I assume coach. looking at the ski bromont web site I guess we can rent boots and boards. Its our first time to Canada so if any one can give us some tips it would be appriciated
5 February 2017|
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Response from Benjamin I | Reviewed this property |
I can speak to the rentals portion. My wife and I recently went to Ski Bromont on December 30th. The rentals may take a long time in line, but at the very end, once you have everything, you can by the lift pass then! That... More
Benjamin I
Do ski rentals come with a lock for the skis, or do you have to arrive with a lock already in-hand if you're renting?
27 December 2016|
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Response from GinLi7rg | Reviewed this property |