Restaurant, bar and accommodation are available at Mont-Comi.
OPENING WEEKEND : Depending on snow conditions.
Holiday Season : December 21, 2019 to January 5th, 2020 from 9 AM to 3:15 PM
Christmas (December 25, 2019) : Open from noon to 3:15 PM
New Year's Day (January 1st, 2020) : Open from noon to 3:15 PM
February 9: Snow open air challenge in the Mont-Comi chalet. Come and encourage the "Fondation de Prévention du Suicide du BSL" by buying tickets.
February : Moonlight snowshoe hike
February 5: Défi Plein Air des Neiges - Snowshoeing expedition in the mountain (7-10-15-20 km) for the benefit of the "La fondation prévention du suicide BSL".
February 11: Demo Sport Expert - Salomon, Atomic and Vokol
La Gang de Jeunes Snowboarders - Jump practice in the snowpark
Clair de lune en raquette - Night time hike in the mountain (Departure at 7 pm at the chairlift)
February 12: Journée d'initiation Maneige - Ski classes and free equipements for children between 5 and 8 years old.
February 18: Demo Vélo Plein Air - All benefit go to the "Club Alpin du Parc du Mont-Comi".
February 19: Téléfestival - Télémark clinic in the morning and a race in the afternoon, in the Chrono.
February 25 : Demo Vélo Plein Air
February 26: La gang de Jeunes Snowboarders - Boarder cross for fun
March 4: La gang de jeunes snowboarders - Outing at Val D’Irène, Amqui.
March 6 to 10: Springbreak (the station is opened Monday to Friday 9 am to 3h15 pm)
March 12: Tournée Maneige - Kiosk on mountain safety pratice, platform of initiation of ski or snowboard into, etc.
Demo Vélo Plein Air
March 17-18-19 : Snowmission - Competitions, initiation, musical evening, tournament and many other activities make up the programming
March 25-26: final Race of the Est-du-Québec ski Zone
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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!
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
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
The team at the Parc du Mont-Comi is happy to welcome you in this wonderful area developped for skiing. Our region offers the best ski conditions East of Quebec, with 306 meters of slope, 30 slopes distributed on 3 sides, 4 lifts and more!