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Bromont Ski Holidays

Most ski areas see 6 or 7 skiing hours each day. At Bromont, expect to double that. The largest network of floodlit trails in the US stays open till 10 each night and when the resort feels that’s not late enough, it’ll hold a Nuit Blanche ski extravaganza until 2. Not to be outshone by the floodlights, the picturesque town is one hell of a place to recuperate.





At a glance: • Huge night skiing scene • 1 hour from Montreal

Great for: • Intermediates • Non skiers • Night skiing

Most ski areas see 6 or 7 skiing hours each day. At Bromont, expect to double that. The largest network of floodlit trails in the US stays open till 10 each night and when the resort feels that’s not late enough, it’ll hold a Nuit Blanche ski extravaganza until 2. Not to be outshone by the floodlights, the picturesque town is one hell of a place to recuperate.

Bromont Resort

Bromont is one of 4 resorts among Quebec’s Eastern Townships - east of magic Montreal and, of the quadruplet, the largest and liveliest. It’s linked to the picture-pretty village of the same name, where locals enjoy the good life. The town is the starting point on the region-wide “Wine Route” and the ways are stuffed with delectable patisseries and bistros. After a day on the hill you can stroll about on Rue Shefford, dropping into fine boutiques, art galleries, even a chocolate museum. If you’re worried about a language barrier, don’t be. English is spoken all over and where it’s not, lovely locals will encourage you through any broken requests for “vin chaud” and “pommes frites”.

Under a blue sky, Bromont sure is a looker, shrouded in thick pine forests, with slopes spanning 3 mountains. But cameras are at their most frenzied at night when half the hill lights up like a Christmas tree for night skiing. This is the resort’s biggest claim to fame - it’s home to the largest lit ski area on the continent, with 98 trails (that’s 75% of the piste map) open every single night till 10pm. And if you come during a Nuit Blanche, you’ll ski until 2am to the tune of live DJs and skiers sashaying in their gear… On an average day you’ll ski all day, dine on fromage and wine, and get back out on the hill again (if you’ve got the legs for it), or sleep late and not feel terrible about missing ski time.

Stats & FAQ

Location: Quebec, Canada

Established: 1964

Open: December - April

Downhill: 450 acres / 141 runs

View our detailed Bromont snow forecast or snow report and see all live webcams, piste maps, road and travel maps and lift pass prices. For a picture of historic snow conditions see the snow depths month by month with our Bromont snow history.

Nearest Airport & Transfer Time:
Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport (YUL)101km, 1 hour 40
  • Beginner
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  • Advanced
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  • 21%

Top Altitude:565m / 1854ft
Bottom Altitude:180m / 590ft
Resort Altitude:180m / 590ft
Longest run:2.2km
Slope Orientation:N E
Vertical Drop:384m / 1260ft
Skiable Vertical:
Night Skiing:Yes

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Downhill Runs:450 acres / 141 runs
Beginner slopes:30%
Advanced slopes:21%
Lift Pass Price: $68 (adult single 8 hr day pass)
Nearby resorts: Owl's Head

Skiing/BoardingSkiing in Bromont

Bromont’s 450 acres span 7 different mountain faces, across 3 mountains (Mont Brome, Mont Spruce and Pic du Chevreuil), a wintery realm of adventure where the runs are named after US and Canadian cities (always fun to find your favourite). Piste bashers whir 22 hours a day here and most runs are groomed twice, meaning corduroy is flawless and hasn’t turned into porridge by the time you come back for night skiing.

A mountain to yourselves never goes amiss for a first-timer, and here Mont Soleil is reserved for beginners, with a magic carpet, 2 quads and lots of pretty trails that run past forest bound condos. Mont Soleil also contains its very own beginner glades, great for introducing yourself to the wonders of tree-skiing early on. The best bit about Bromont is that there are green runs on every one of its 7 faces, and beginners can get a real sense of cruising between them. For a thigh-tester, check out Brome from the summit all the way down to base.

The grooming here means even the black diamonds are manageable, so intermediates have a real smorgasbord of terrain. Most start on the main mountain face, Versant du Village, with the highest 380m vertical. For a bracing start to the day, enjoy the undulating pitch on Cowansville and ramp up the speed on Knowlton, or simply get cruisey on Brome. With 5 other faces to ski next, whether you seek glades and natural snow, poker straight pistes or winding, dipping rollercoasters, ye shall find. And when much of this is open after dark, the adventures can be epic.

As these hills are always so gorgeously groomed, experts in search of adrenaline sometimes come up short. Montreal is a thrill, and the double diamond glades around this run require extreme concentration. Even if you aren’t pushed to your limits here, night skiing this wonderful is worth experiencing. Try visiting during a "Nuit Blanche", hit the slopes till 2am, enjoy the party, then venture out to greater Quebec challenges at local Mont Orford or Mont Tremblant.

Floodlit like the rest of the mountain, up to 5 snow parks offer jibs and jumps for all abilities, making Bromont big with boarders.

Bromont Apres Ski

Coming here and not night skiing would be like eating the cake and not the icing. People do it, but it will get you funny looks... Once dinner plates are cleared, it’s almost obligatory to clip the skis or board back on and slide till 10. Nuits Blanches are some of the best nights here, when DJs and live songstresses hit the bars, marshmallows toast on open pits and special fun like snow volleyball keeps everyone energetic till 2am. If you’re a dab hand with a drum set, look out for musical instruments lying around for impromptu jam session. To warm you up sufficiently to make musical magic, there are outdoor fireplaces, an ice bar and stiff drinks at La Débarque…

On a non-Nuit Blanche, consider hanging up the skiwear for a few evenings in town. Le Cellier du Roi is known as the best restaurant in the Eastern Townships for dreamy dishes like caramelised scallops and pistachio-crusted lamb and you can head to the Macphereson steakhouse to toast meat on volcanic rock in a historic hotel. The town saves turbo-charged parties for Nuits Blanches, but you can enjoy late night brews with the townsfolk at some great bars and pubs like Pub Macintosh or the Edgar Hyperlodge. Alternatively, hop on the luxury wified shuttle bus for a 60-minute ride to the action in downtown Montreal.

If you’re left feeling frazzled by a few too many late nights, you simply need to slink away to one of the area’s natural spas. Spa Bolton is a world of wellness with Nordic baths, natural waterfalls and often special après rates for Bromonters. If you’re on a health-trip, check out the Balnea Thermal Baths’ Lumami restaurant for “nature” food like rabbit tagine and vegan chocolate mousse.

Best time to go

Best time to ski Bromont

Best time to visit & ski Bromont

Piste bashers are hard at work any 22 hours of the day at Bromont, a resort known for tip-top conditions and excellent grooming. While night skiing elsewhere often involves suffering through sketchy, day-old snow, runs here are groomed twice daily, ensuring they’re on top form AM or PM.

A healthy average 190” (480cm) of snow a year and first-class snowmaking on 80% of runs means conditions are probably going to be good any time in the season. In fact, Bromont is so determined for you to have a good time, if you aren't satisfied with conditions in your first 30 minutes, you can usually exchange your lift ticket for another day.

Just be sure to come prepared for cold weather, which Canada is so very good at. January (usually the very best month for snow here) averages (-9°C), and even in March temperatures tend to remain in the minuses (-1°C). Hand and feet warmers are your friends, balaclavas your besties.

Peak Dates

The slopes still stay open late for Christmas in Bromont and a Nuit Blanche during Christmas week is always extra animated. Santa and his elves have so much fun they tend to stick around for the week, giving out gifts at the bottom of the slopes.

Special dinners and brunches traditionally flood the town for New Years in Bromont, while schussing after dark is the perfect way to work them off.

Fit more slope time into an all too short Half Term in Bromont, where you can technically ski 13 hours a day. The young ones have amusement parks and kids’ cafés, grownups have restaurants and boutiques, while night skiing brings everyone together for an evening of mountain merriment.

Even if the snow doesn’t hold up for Easter in Bromont, you won’t feel too bad about it - floating at the area’s natural spas, taking wine and heritage tours and scoffing eggs at the chocolate museum.

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Families in Bromont

If anything keeps a tween happy, it’s telling them they can stay out till 10 on a terrain park. And here they have 5 to choose from. In fact all ages will adore skiing under the stars as a family on a choice of 98 trails.

This ski area couldn’t be better for kids if it were specially designed for them – and parts of it have been. The SAM zone is fitted with the gentlest, man-made rollers and banked turns so beginners can get a feel for moving downhill in skis. Initiation packages, if still on offer, are an economical way for them to learn the ropes, while older ones enjoy private classes, previously with a good discount for ages 3 to 14.

You may not want to ski from 9am to 10pm every day (though lots do), so Bromont makes sure there’s plenty to occupy their downtime. The Grimpe et Partou family amusement park is full of indoor fun and the town even has a kids café, Les Z’Enfantillages. Meanwhile, a drop-in daycare service is on hand to look after all from the age of 2 for an hourly fee.

GroupsGroup Holidays Bromont

Whether you spend evenings on the States’ largest network of night skiing trails, going big on a Nuit Blanche or cosying up together in one of the town’s restaurants and bars, it’s safe to say Bromont has the makings of a fantastic group trip. Travel as a pack or divide and conquer to experience everything from “ice wine” tours and natural spas to snow biking and an alpaca zoo... And then downtown Montreal is an hour away with even more excitement. Making itself yet more enticing, this resort has previously offered discounts on tickets, rentals and lessons to groups of 20 or more, with every 21st lift ticket free.

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