Alpine Touring

Alpine Touring

Alpine Touring

To access the alpine touring trails, it is mandatory to register and pay a daily access fee, at a cost of $ 25 taxes included. By acquiring your right of access, you will obtain the opportunity to make one (1) lift by chairlift or gondola during your day. Access rights are available at Chalet Summit or Chalet Base customer services.

 

To obtain your daily access, you must complete the following release: Alpine Touring Waver (paper version also available to customer services). Acquiring your access rights allows us to increase your security and ensure your search or rescue in case of emergency.

Map of Alpine Touring Trails



INFORMATIONS - ALPINE TOURING

The ascent trails are marked with blue and white rectangles as follows

or with blue ribbon:

 Rando -alpine

 



FROM THE BASE

Name KM of ascent Start Finish Elevation Estimated time Level
La Promenade / La Crête 5.75 Bottom of La Charlevoix Summit Maillard Sector 680 m 3h

Promenade:Easy

Crête:Very hard

Le Forestier / L’Aventurière 4.85 Bottom of the sledding run Summit of 550 (off trails 4-5) 666 m 2h30

Forestier : Easy

Aventurière : Very hard

 

FROM THE SUMMIT

Name KM of ascent Start Finish Elevation Estimated time Level
Le Lugeron 3.75 Sledding reception Summit of Liguori (off trails 1-2-3) 145 1h30 Easy

 

FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE CAMP-BOULE CHAIRLIFT

Name KM of ascent Start Finish Elevation Estimated time Level
Liguori 550 0.82 Bottom of the Camp-Boule chairlift Sommet 550 (hors-piste 4-5) 100 m 20-30 min Easy
Liguori 800 2 Bottom of the Camp-Boule chairlift Summit of 800 (off trails 1-2-3) or back to the summit lodge 338 m 1h Very hard

INSTRUCTION FOR SEASON SUBSCRIBERS (if you already have a lift ticket)

It is essential to register via the discharge  even in possession of a subscription or a regular day ticket. This allows us to increase safety and provide search or rescue in case of an emergency on the trails.

SAFETY NOTICE


-Circulate only on designated places on the map. Respect signs, wildlife and the environment. Respect at all times the Mountain Code of Conduct.

-Never go down by a path of ascent. Plan your descent. Get off by one of our open trails or designated off-piste areas.

-Exit trails and alpine touring trails at the respective closing times of the station.

-Make sure you are physically fit and have appropriate clothing, food and equipment. Knowledge of first aid and related equipment is an asset.

-The conditions, the temperature and the difficulty of the ground can vary. Ask our staff or get a guide if needed.

-Do not venture alone on a hike. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Bring a charged cell phone. A cellular GPS application is an asset in case of emergency

Securite _rando Alpine

* The Massif s.e.c. reserves the right to charge a fee (minimum $ 250) for any request for assistance, assistance, evacuation outside of its operating hours, marked and open trails, off-piste areas or of his trails.
February 21, 2019

Tomorrow at Le Massif

-5 °C max.

Hello everyone, 

Snow conditions are at their best with a cumulative of 500 cm of snow received since the beginning of the season. The entire ski area is open from 8.30am. 

In order to carry out preventive work, the Grande-Pointe Express lift will be off for the day. We invite you to go to the gondola and the Maillard Express. 

Have a lovely day everybody!
Snowfall
11cm 24 hours
11cm 48 hours
58cm 7 days
Surface
Groomed powder
Open trails
53/53
Open lifts
  • open Camp-Boule Express
  • closed Grande-Pointe Express
  • open Maillard Express
  • open Massif Express (Gondolas)
  • open Tapis Magique
  • open Téléski secteur débutant
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