Inventory sold out for some season passes

Inventory sold out for some season passes

We wish to inform you that the inventories for the following season passes are now sold out. All available quantities have been sold. Please note that our 2021-2022 season passes and program sale started on March 15th (more than 6 months ago). Our sales representatives at the mountain and over our call center have the same inventory offered online.

Sold out passes:

  • Evening Pass - 5 pm
  • 4 Sommets regular passes
  • Sommet Edelweiss regular passes, Weekday + evenings and Evenings passes

Other pass options are available for purchase in limited quantities.

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Preventive measures COVID-19

2021-2022 ski season

We are still waiting for the government’s instructions for the next ski season. This page will be updated as soon as possible.

Thank you for your understanding.

2020-2021 ski season

BEFORE YOUR VISIT

Be responsible!

If you have flu like symptoms, gastroenteritis or anything similar to COVID ‑ 19, do not present yourself to any of les Sommets activities or services and please call 1 877 644-4545.

Stay home if you experience any of the following symptoms: cough, fever, difficulty breathing, sudden loss of smell or taste.

Do not show up to one of the mountains of les Sommets if you have traveled outside the country in the last 14 days.

PRIOR TO YOUR ARRIVAL

Online purchase procedure to be followed

  • Because lift tickets are in a very small quatity, in order to guarantee your place, it is highly recommanded to buy your access tickets in advance on our online store. Otherwise, you may be denied access to the slopes if the maximum capacity is reached.
  • Please print or download on your telephone your tickets with a QR code via the link received in the purchase confirmation email.

Face-coverings mandatory

  • In the chairlifts and the chairlifts waiting lines for people 3 years old and +.
  • In all indoor spaces for people 10 years old and +.

Regional alert level to consider

In view of the new preventive measures by region, we ask you to check what color code your home address is in, and we ask you to comply with the rules issued by the government according to your color code before coming to one of les Sommets mountain.

A customer coming from a red zone cannot use a service that is not allowed in his zone (ex: restaurant).

RED ZONE
Interregional travel is not recommended, in accordance with recommendations issued by Public Health. The accountability of each with regard to instructions is requested and will be presumed.

Also in the red zone, access to the chairlifts will be authorized to:

- people from the same household
or

If the clients are not from the same household, the 2-meters distance applies:

-1 person per chair maximum in a triple or double chairlift.

-2 people per chair maximum in a quadruple chairlift and they must be seated at the ends.

- 3 people per chair maximum in a 6-person chairlift (Sommet Express) and two must be seated at the ends and one person in the center.

For more information on color codes.

Please consult the health instructions according to the alert zones in which les Sommets mountain you want to visit is located before going.

 

Les Sommets

Reservations in advance mandatory

A reservation will be mandatory in advance for the following services:

  • Equipment rental (reservation online).
  • Snow School for private lessons. (phone : 450-227-4671 or 514-871-0101)

The Resto-bar and cafeteria are closed and lunch boxes are not allowed in the pavilions.

 

List of activities open or closed and hours of operation

Consult our website to find out what is open or closed and what are the hours of operation.

 

WHAT TO BRING

Access to the pavilions will be restricted, so be prepared! Bring with you the necessary items to be the most autonomous possible:

  • Face covering is mandatory in the chairlifts and the chairlifts waiting lines for people 3 years old and + and in all indoor spaces for people 10 years old and +.
  • Be prepared with 1 or 2 face coverings per person as well as a neck warmer or other warm item that covers the nose and mouth.
  • Hand sanitizer.
  • Weather appropriate clothes to deal with all weather conditions and a change of clothes to always stay dry.
  • Water, snacks, a hot thermos, a full lunch etc…(in relation to the regional alerts, some services might be closed).
  • Plan to pay by card to limit contacts when shopping on site.
  • Also have your proof of purchase with you.

The Resto-bar and cafeteria are closed and lunch boxes are not allowed in the pavilions.

 

THE BIG DAY

At the slightest sign of symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, difficulty breathing) for you or a member of your immediate entourage you must stay at home, you cannot go to les Sommets.

Stay tuned for what's open and closed:

  • The activities and services open or closed evolves rapidly and differs from day to day. Consult our website and/or our Facebook page before coming.
  • Avoid rush hour on the slopes.
  • Arrive a little earlier.

Note that in the red zone, open services will be the equipment rental and the repair shop.

The Resto-bar and cafeteria are closed and lunch boxes are not allowed in the pavilions.

The Boutique and Snow School are closed. The 2020-2021 Snow School Programs are cancelled.

The 3 golden rules in place for the whole season:

  • Respect a distance of 2 meters at all times with other visitors as well as with employees indoors as well as outdoors.
  • Face covering* is mandatory on the chairlifts and the chairlifts waiting lines for people 3 years old and + as well as in all indoor spaces for people 10 years old and +.
  • Frequent hand washing.

And follow the visitor's signs direction indications as well as the instructions of the Public Health in connection with the gatherings.

* This could be a neck warmer, balaclava, or other tight-fitting clothing covering the nose and mouth. This garment should be made of at least 2 layers of close knit fabric and be large enough to completely cover the nose and mouth.

CLARIFICATION ON SERVICES OFFERED AND OPERATION

Parking

Arrive ready to ski:

  • Be dressed for the weather and put your ski boots on in your vehicle. Be ready to hit the slopes from the parking lot.
  • No personal items will be permitted in the pavilions (bags, lunches etc…) Please keep your personal items in your car.
  • Make sure to bring with you your face coverings as they are mandatory in the chailifts and the chairlifts waiting lines for people 3 years old and + and in all all indoor spaces for people 10 years old and +.

Ticket Booth

Go alone to the points of sale (Ticket Booth and food services). The people accompanying you must wait outside the points of sale.

Please print or download your tickets to your telephone. You can use the outdoor Ticket Booth or a GO PASSE ticket dispenser to check in.

Only payments by card at all points of sale will be accepted (debit and credit).

Access to the pavilions

Access to the pavilions will be restricted this season.

You wiill have access for the following reasons:

  • To warm up for a few minutes.

In the red zone, only outdoor take-out restaurant service areas will be available.  The Resto-bar and cafeteria are closed and lunch boxes are not allowed in the pavilions.

  • The layout inside the pavilions has been redesigned to comply with distancing standards.
  • You will have access at all times to the washrooms, boutique and Guest Service counter.
  • The disinfection of the premises is carried out several times a day and is adjusted according to the traffic.

Obligations in the pavilions

  • Sanitizing your hands when entering and when exiting the building.
  • Wearing a face covering* for everyone aged 10 years old and +.
  • Respect the 2-meter physical distance required.
  • Follow the circulation signs in place.

*Be sure to have a second face covering for when you enter the pavilions.

Note that in the red zone open services are the Boutique, the Snow School for private lessons, the equipment rental and the repair shop.

The Resto-bar and cafeteria are closed and lunch boxes are not allowed in the pavilions.

 

 

Chairlifts

Obligations

  • Respect the 2-meter distancing while in the waiting lines.
  • Wearing a face covering* in the chairlifts and the chairlifts waiting lines for people 3 years old and +.

* This could be a neck warmer, balaclava, or other tight-fitting clothing covering the nose and mouth. This garment should be made of at least 2 layers of close knit fabric and be large enough to completely cover the nose and mouth.

Boarding:

In the red zone, access to the chairlifts will be authorized to:

- people from the same household
or

If the clients are not from the same household, the 2-meters distance applies:

-1 person per chair maximum in a double or triple chairlift.

- 2 people per chair maximum in a quadruple chairlift and they must be seated at the ends..

- 3 people per chair maximum in a 6-person chairlift (Sommet Express) and they must be seated 2 people at the ends and i person in the middle.

 

 

Washrooms

  • The pavilions will be accessible at all times for access to the washrooms by following the instructions relating to the use of these.
  • Heated portable outdoor toilets have been installed.

Food Services

  • Several health standards have been put in place.

In the red zone, no indoor restaurant service will be open and lunch boxes are not allowed in the pavilions.

Only outdoor take-out restaurant service areas will be available.

 

Rentals

  • Reservation mandatory
  • Limited access to allow a distance of 2 meters.
  • The equipment is disinfected after each use.
  • The premises are disinfected several times a day.
  • Signage has been added to identify the rental space more precisely and to indicate the pickup and drop-off areas.
  • In the red zone, daily Equipment Rental will be open.

Obligations in the rental areas:

  • Sanitizing your hands when entering and when exiting the pavilion.
  • Wearing a face covering for everyone aged 10 years old and +*.
  • Respect the 2-meter physical distance required. 
  • Follow the circulation signs in place.

*Be sure to have a second face covering for when you enter the pavilions.

Snow School

Reservations are required to receive a private
lesson (phone 450-227-4671 or 514-871-0101)
We will start taking calls for reservation February 8, 2021.
An outside meeting point is clearly indicated on your arrival for your lesson, please go there.

When making your reservation, you received information in place for the Covid-19, please comply with it.

Know that at all times, we promote the formation of small, stable groups.

In the red zone, the Snow School will be open for private lessons.

Here are the conditions to be respected in connection with sanitary measures during a private lesson:
To come to the mountain and take a ski or snowboard lesson, the student (and his parent if he is a minor) must answer the following 4 questions in the negative:
  • Do you have symptoms of Covid-19?
  • Have you been in contact with an infected person?
  • Are you waiting for a test result or have you received a positive test result?
  • Have you returned from a trip abroad less than 14 days ago?

Otherwise, do not come to the mountain.

  • The student must wear a mask during the lesson to protect his health as well as the health of our employees.
     
    • Student of 10 years old or younger: for children 10 years old and under, it is strongly recommended to wear the procedure mask (blue medical mask) but it is possible to wear the neck warmer type face cover at all times during the lesson.
    • Students of 11 years old and older: wearing the procedure mask (blue medical mask) at all times during the lesson is mandatory.
  • The instructor will wear the procedure mask (blue medical mask) at all times during the private lesson (from welcoming students to the end of the lesson).
  • Respect of the physical distance of 2 meters:
     
    • The instructor must respect the physical distance of 2 meters with his student at all times during the lesson; without compromising the security of his student
    • However, and depending on the skill level of the student, the instructor can help the student who requires assistance:
       
      • Boarding the chairlift;
      • Help a student to get up off the ground who needs assistance;
      • Other situations requiring assistance from the instructor;
         
  • Using the chairlift with the instructor:
    • During a lesson with a student 10 years old and younger:
  • During a lesson with a student of 10 and under, the instructor can accompany his student regardless of the capacity of the lift
  • During a lesson with a student 11 years old and older:
    • The instructor can take the lift with his student in a chairlift for 4 people, that is to say one person at each end;
    • The instructor can take the lift with 2 students in a chairlift for 6 people, that is to say one person at each end one in the center.
    • The instructor cannot accompany his student in a chairlift for two (double lift) or three (triple lift) or a TBar which can accommodate only one person;
       
  •  Intro-Plus Learning Zone mats:
    • The 2-meter distance on the mat between the students and the instructor must be respected at all times.

Daily lockers

  • Daily lockers are available to rent only by those who have rented a ski or snowboard equipment for the day.

Obligations:

  • Sanitizing your hands when entering and when exiting the pavilions.
  • Wearing a face covering for everyone aged 10 years old and +*.
  • Respect the 2-meter physical distance required.
  • Follow the circulation signs in place.

Consult our new operational measures.

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