Welcome to the Parc du Mont-Comi!
The downhill bike will begin June 29th.
Restaurant, bar and accommodation available at Mont-Comi.
June 4th: Journée internationale des sentiers - Come help us clean the National Trail du Mont- Comi Park to Chute Neigette.Different tasks are possible: paint or install tags, move or cut fallen trees, cut back, stacking wood, picking up litter, clear water drainage channels.
June 26th: The downhill bike season will start. This season, exceptionnally, there mountain will be closed for the bikers the 10th of september for the RAIN MAN RACE.
September 10th: Rainman race - this special event is a race for those who like to jump, climb, crawl in the mud and have fun with friends.
September 11th: It's the beginning of the Fine Fall Weekend every Saturday and Sunday from September 11th to October 9th
Challenge de montagne - with Vélo Plein Air is a 40 km race, it's start at Rimouski and finish at the mountain of Mont-Comi. Sushi and beer at the end for those who finish the
September 24th: Festival de la marche - This event is for all the family, it's the perfect day to try a 15 km distance to Chute-Neigette to the Park of Mont-Comi. Activities offered at the park!
October 30th: BAZAR - If you want to buy re-used ski equipment, there will be old equipment for sale all day. It's also the last weekend to buy your pass season and some ski classes with 10% off of the price.
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Lives up, to expectations !
Located 30 kilometers south of Rimouski, Mont-Comi is unquestionably the biggest ski resort throughout Bas-Saint-Laurent, Gaspesie and Cote-Nord. Appreciated for its abundance of natural snow and the quality of its ski conditions, skiers and snowboarders from Quebec, Maritimes and also United States come here to practice their favorite sport and enjoy the longest ski season in the region.
The ski resort is also host of majors events such as Snowmission, a must for Snowboard lovers, helds every year in March. If this is your first visit with us or even if you are a regular, you'll want to return to Mont-Comi as often as possible!
Appalachian mountains range
Summit : 575 meters (1881 feet)
Elevation : 306 meters
29 runs (from easy to extreme)
4 chair lifts
Steepest run : ''Le Mur" (35°)
Cross country skiing and snowshoe trails
6 undergrowth runs
Halfpipe and Snowpark
The Mont-Comi is the best view point in the area to see the Saint-Lawrence river. From the top of Mont-Comi there is an open outlook of whole La Mitis area.
On a clear day, you may see up to 10 church's bell-towers: Mont-Joli, Saint-Angèle-de-Mérici, Price, Saint-Octave, Saint-Gabriel-de-Rimouski, Saint-Jeanne D'Arc, La Rédemption, Les Hauteurs and Saint-Donat-de-Rimouski.
Photo: Suzy F. Bergeron
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May 31 2016 - Actual conditions
Open trails0 / 30
Snow Depth50 cm
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