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Calling all ski enthusiasts: come discover Mont SUTTON, a major ski resort located in Quebec's Eastern Townships. Whether on skis, snowboard or telemark, experience something unique through everything our mountain has to offer: glades for every...more
We were looking for a nice hick close to Montreal.
Did see reviews and decided to give a try.
Not very clear on where to go to registered.
Started from ski station. Sweet welcome, very helpful.
However, the trail are not very well indicated and...More
The mountain is wonderful. Natural settings and great trails when the snow is ample. However, be mindful that when ski conditions are not great, they will be terrible at Mont Sutton because they do not groom well. If the site says 60 trails are open...More
Late season ski trip. It was above freezing. We expected spring conditions but discovered great snow, well groomed and very skiable, right until the lifts closed at 4. Lots of different terrain for all levels of skiers.
A great place for local skiers and for those who know about this 'hidden' hill ( mountain)
Plenty of ski runs around and in the trees... for almost all levels of skiers....
If you are looking for a large resort atmosphere with plenty of apres-ski...More
The snow was awesome, the hills were not crowded (midweek) and the service was great. It does not have a casino, bars, shopping, etc like Tremblant, it's got snow and terrain. It's also about half the price. I went mid-week and there were no lines...More
Our group (7 adults, 5 kids, and one Teen) just spent 3 great days skiing Mont Sutton. The hill offered such a wonderful variety of terrain that there was something that thrilled every member of our group that had beginner skiers and strong skiers.
My wife and I have snowboarded most of the major resorts in Quebec and Sutton is the one resort we keep going back to. The glades are everywhere on the mountain and have some for all skill levels. The triple black glades rival some glade...More
Really enjoyed the various terrains. Our two teenage boys loved the parks and tree runs. Got over the ice and found some snow. Even on a busy Saturday we enjoyed many runs without crowds and hung out in the warm Quebec style summit chalets. Delicious...More