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Ski Bromont, Bromont

(3.6/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Ordinary day, one would expect a larger Park with most interesting slides. There is little choice and when we visited, some slides weren't open. We were very disappointed by the wave pool where the waves were barely present. We had a nice afternoon no more and quickly made the turn, we left early.
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  • The Park is clean and big enough to offer activities for all ages or according to the courage! The water is heated and this is a very good point! With the admission ticket, you have access to snow sledge for summer and the bike course. For the price, I preferred to buy a season pass, a past paired with the Safari Park so the purchase will pay for itself in less than 2 visits.
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  • On this site, you can do the water slides and mountain bike descents. There are also descents of sleds. A well organized on a wonderful mountain site.
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  • Bromont has the best downhill mountain bike hills in the area for all levels. There is many options! The ski lift is slow however. You are able to rent bikes here and equipment. There is also a water park at the bottom of the track where you can receive a discount on if you are also biking. In the winter the hill is well groomed and well lit for the night. Always a fun place.
  • I've been a summer season pass holder for a few years now and refuse to give the hill any more cash. I get the impression that they reluctantly open the mountain in summer and they have a pretty captive audience. The only other hill within day reach of Montreal is MSS, which is fantastic but very young. There are no half day passes, nor concessions for the fact that they now only use the slowest lift on the main hill with hooks that will scratch your bike. Added to that the trails are incredibly beaten up. Blame the weather? Well, we have ridden Burke, Killington and Highland who have obviously devoted more resources to maintenance despite being in the same climate. Step up Bromont and make the hill a welcoming place with fresh trails, for Quebec's sake. For now I'm going south of the border.
  • Mountain is amazing. Bike and ski shop staff are not. My friend rented a downhill bike. The first bike had under inflated tires and as a result he got a flat on his second run. They staff gave him a second bike that had a broken fork (oozing oil) and busted rear shock. We brought the bike back and asked if they would comp us since we discoveredhe was riding a busted bike all day. No luck. Very unprofessional
  • One of the best ski hills in the eastern township! Night skiing has amazing variety of trails.
  • The bike shop staff are rude, slow and generally don't know what they're talking about. The rentals are awful too. At least the base models are.