2018-2019 ski season eclipses 1998 record
Saint-Sauveur, May 27, 2019 – Proud of carrying on the tradition of the longest ski season in Quebec, Sommet Saint-Sauveur will open its doors for a final weekend of skiing on Saturday, June 1, and Sunday, June 2, 2019. Since our opening back on October 26, exactly 185 days of skiing will have been offered to our customers this year.
Thanks to excellent snow coverage and meticulous maintenance of the slopes, the resort will operate its lifts one last time to the delight of its loyal skiers and snowboarders. To celebrate this unique event and the end of the ski season, Sommet Saint-Sauveur will hold a special event entitled “The Last Quebec Ski Lift” on Sunday, June 2. We’ll officially conclude our 2018-2019 season by giving everyone an advance taste of summer. Visitors will be treated to music, entertainment, door prizes and a retro atmosphere.
Parc F.U.N. open
In addition, we celebrated the opening of our Parc F.U.N. on Saturday, May 18. For the occasion, children were able to enjoy the rides in both a snowy and grassy setting! As for our sister resort, Sommet Morin Heights, the campsite and Acro-Nature trails also opened last weekend.
Opening of Water Park June 8
In parallel with the extension of the ski season, our teams are working hard to prepare the Water Park for its opening on Saturday, June 8, a mere five days after the closing of the ski slopes.
Sommet Saint-Sauveur is once again proving itself as an industry leader by offering the longest ski season in Quebec. Recent investments in snowmaking and the quality of our equipment allow skiers to enjoy impeccable ski conditions for as long as possible. The Sommet Saint-Sauveur “glacier” will soon be replaced by the summer entertainment of the Water Park, which will welcome its first visitors of the year on June 8.
2018-2019 Sommet Saint-Sauveur opening and closing dates:
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