Our three snowparks

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Our three snowparks: guaranteed fun!

If you’ve ever had the opportunity to experience one or all of our three snowparks, whether you’re young or old, an expert skier or just starting out on a snowboard, it’s thanks to Today’s Parks. This company is dedicated to the art of developing snowparks for all levels, to ensure skiers and snowboarders have fun while developing their skills in a safe and secure environment.

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Our three snowparks: guaranteed fun!

If you’ve ever had the opportunity to experience one or all of our three snowparks, whether you’re young or old, an expert skier or just starting out on a snowboard, it’s thanks to Today’s Parks. This company is dedicated to the art of developing snowparks for all levels, to ensure skiers and snowboarders have fun while developing their skills in a safe and secure environment.

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Optimal inspection

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Every feature and jump are inspected daily by our team of park rangers, who work closely with our snow groomers to give you the best quality terrain!

*** Helmets mandatory: Don’t forget to bring your helmet before heading out to enjoy the parks

Main Park

Mont Giroux, at the bottom of the Magog Trail.

Our main park will satisfy the most adventurous riders, from intermediate to expert. Its design was thought out to the very last detail. All the features were designed to provide fluid and energetic descents.

Intermediate to expert level.

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Expert riders who know their way around prefer the line that offers a more challenging level, while less experienced riders can choose to go down the less challenging features found running parallel to the expert line. The park has a series of three jumps of 20, 25 and 30 feet, with a stop line to allow riders to prepare for the upcoming challenge.

Family Park, this is where it all starts!

Mont Orford, at the bottom of the 4 KM trail, in the Connection.

This is where it all starts! To become a pro, ride the features and get familiar with the various jumping and sliding motions, ideal for both young and old alike, and even for a teenager who started skiing or snowboarding at a late age. And if you are accompanying someone, don’t just sit back and watch – try the smaller features, and the whole family can do the run side by side!

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The Family Park offers two separate lines for two runs at different levels. The features are smaller on one side, while the parallel run offers medium-sized features. The mini-rails, boxes, half-moons and jumps are marked by an orange sign that indicates the size of each feature – pay attention to them! They are all spaced out to allow enough room on the side to safely stop and watch the skills of the other future champions.

Intro park, designed as a playground

At the foot of Mont Giroux, in front of the chalet’s terrace.

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This particular park, designed as a playground, is perfect for young riders who are just starting to learn how to master the joys of snowboarding. All the features are small and the climb back up is by foot, so it’s great for an initiation and to learn slowly but surely! Plus, it’s close to the chalet, which makes it an ideal place to take a break while waiting for the rest of the family out on the slopes, or just enjoy relaxing on the terrace.

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