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Mont-Comi - Une station une passion!

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Welcome to the Parc du Mont-Comi!

The SKIDOO TRAIL IN NOW OPEN AT THE PARK MONT- COMI UNTIL "PAIN DE SUCRE"

Restaurant, bar and accommodation are available at Mont-Comi.

 

Schedule

 

February 2017

 

February 12th: Journée d'initiation Maneige - Ski classes and free equipements for children between 5 and 8 years old.

February 18th: Demo Vélo Plein Air - All benefit go to the "Club Alpin du Parc du Mont-Comi".

February 19th: Téléfestival - Télémark clinic in the morning and a race in the afternoon, in the Chrono.

February 25th : Demo Vélo Plein Air
                         Chinese fondue with the Well & the C'S at 5h45 pm

February 26th: La gang de Jeunes Snowboarders - Boarder cross for fun

 

March 2017

March 4th: La gang de jeunes snowboarders - Outing at Val D’Irène, Amqui.

March 6th to 10th: Springbreak (the station is opened Monday to Friday 9 am to 3h15 pm)

March 12th: Tournée Maneige - Kiosk on mountain safety pratice, platform of initiation of ski or snowboard into, etc.
                   Demo Vélo Plein Air

March 17-18-19 : SnowmissionCompetitions, initiation, musical evening, tournament and many other activities make up the programming

 

March 25-26th: final Race of the Est-du-Québec ski Zone

 

 

 

TO SEE THE INTERACTIVE TRAIL MAP CLIC HERE 

Lives up, to expectations !

Located 30 kilometers south of Rimouski, Mont-Comi is unquestionably the biggest ski resort throughout the 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, the Maritimes and also the United States come here to practice their favorite sport and enjoy the longest ski season in the region.

The ski resort is also host to major events such as the Snowmission, a must for Snowboard lovers, held 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 the Mont-Comi as often as possible!
 

Specifications

Appalachian mountain 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

3 sides

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 the 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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