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Ski Season 2021-22 - Openings


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The end of last week saw the opening of Killington Vermont, once again positioning itself as the first in the East.

Sommet Saint-Sauveur mounted a good defense with heavy snowmaking along Cote 70 Ouest, but the return of milder weather put a quick end to those efforts. Current forecast calls for a mild week so we may not see much action for the next few days or week until things once again cool off.

One thing is for sure, it won't be long now...

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I am hoping it will be soon! It was a very late start for me last season, December 24th was the first day. The past few years before were either late October at Sauveur or early November at Gleason, or Orford. There is a chill in there air at night but doesn't seem to be enough to get the guns going full tilt. Bromont last weekend was a bit white but with the warmth it probably has since melted, or close to it.

Here's a photo taken last Saturday of Bromont. Looks like a test run though.

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Sommet Saint-Sauveur is opening today!!!!

Exclusively to les Sommets members

Here are the details of the opening:

Sommet Saint-Sauveur, l'Étoile lift, trail 70 (expert)
See the complete schedule here

Friday, November 19, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (official photo at 1 p.m.)
Les Sommets members only until Sunday, November 21 + Nov. 27-28
No tickets on sale
Controlled capacities
Vaccine passport validation required to activate season passes

Attention: No day tickets will be on sale for this period. Access to the mountain will be reserved to 2021-2022 season pass holders and according to the respective terms of their pass.

Furthermore, ASSQ products, such as provincial passes and Passe-Partout will unfortunately not be accepted during these first two weekends of exclusive operations for members.

Operation of the first days

Only members wishing to ski will have access to the lift and the terrace in front of the main lodge. Control will be made to manage the entry/exit to the site.

The capacity of the site will be controlled. It is, therefore, possible that there will be a wait before accessing the site, depending on the number of visitors.

For the first few days of operation, the main lodge will not be open. Members must arrive ready to ski. It will not be possible to change clothes or eat inside the lodge.

T-Bar 70 will be open as well as the cafeteria in bring-your-own mode.

The customer experience, the boutique and the washrooms will be open to all.

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