Winter hiking

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Fill your lungs with a bowl of fresh air by discovering our trails now accessible for winter hiking, from November 1rst to May 1rst!

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Winter hiking is permitted from November 1rst to May 1rst in certain designated trails (see below), only from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. (last climb at 9:00 p.m.) You must have left the ski resort by 10:00 p.m.

It is mandatory to pay your access fee or your season pass to take part in winter hiking. They can be purchased online below. You must have them in your possession at all times.

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Season pass
(November 1rst to May 1rst)
Daily ticket
(1 visit)

All ages

$20,00
$5,00

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Free for Sepaq and ski season pass owners

Owners of a SÉPAQ* pass or a daily SÉPAQ access to Mont-Orford national park, as well as Mont-Orford 2020-21 ski season pass** owners will have free access to the winter hiking pass.
However, you must come and get yours at the customer service.

* The SÉPAQ pass must be valid during the permitted winter hiking period, from November 1, 2020 to May 1, 2021. Daily access remains free as long as the annual card is valid.
** Except for FLEX pass owners.

Terms and Conditions

Trails and map

At this time of year, as the resort is in operation or in preparation for the ski season, we ask hikers to respect the authorized trails for hiking. This allows our teams to continue their operations as well as the safety of everyone!

Do not forget at all times to check the Conditions page to validate the opening or closing status of each of the trails according to the conditions or the maintenance.

Conditions


Authorized trails

Giroux Noth and East hillsides

  • Slalom
  • Magog
  • Familiale
  • Jean-D'Avignon
  • Adams
  • Passe-Montagne
  • Pente Douce

Orford hillside

  • 4 KM
  • Grande Coulée

Alfred-Desrochers hillside

  • Grande-Allée
  • Ookpic
  • Toussiski

The uphill skier's pledge

Winter hiking is new this year! As there are several sports taking place at the resort, in addition to maintenance operations, it is important that everyone respect our hiking code to allow harmonious cohabitation on the mountain and ensure that the practice of winter hiking can last.

  1. I will have my pass with me at all times on the trails.
  2. My last climb will begin no later than 9pm, and by 10pm, I will be leaving in my car.
  3. As a group, like scouts, in single file we will climb.
  4. At the edge of the ski run, throughout my ascent, I will stay.
  5. My headlamp after 4 pm I will wear, with white visible on the front, and red towards the rear.
  6. The maintenance crews I will always respect. When they arrive, I will stop and let them pass.
  7. The Mont-Orford website I will always check, for the latest information on closed trails for snowmaking, grooming and maintenance work.
  8. Expert or not, in no black run will I ever venture.
  9. Up is the only direction I will go on uphill trails - on skis, never with crampons or snowshoes.
  10. Though my best friend he may be, my dog will never come with me.

Safety rules

Please respect the specific rules for winter hiking to allow harmonious cohabitation of all the sports practiced at the resort. Also note that the ascent trails are not patrolled. First-aid assistance must be requested. Expect a delay.

Outside station hours - before and after operating hours (6 am - 8:30 am and 4 pm - 9pm)

ATTENTION: LOW OR NO CELL RECEPTION ON THE MOUNTAIN.

No patrol services available.
Dial 911. You are responsible for your own safety.

ATTENTION: Low or no cell reception on the mountain.

  • Prohibition to use the trails intended for alpine hiking (click here for reference)
  • Descent and climb with crampons or snowshoes only.
  • It is forbidden to go down in sledges or slips.