|Location||Chelsea, Quebec, Canada|
|Nearest city||Gatineau, Quebec|
|Vertical||590 ft (180 m)|
|Top elevation||650 ft (200 m)|
|Skiable area||95 acres (0.4 km2)|
|Lift system||2 surface lifts
1 double chair
4 quad chair
1 triple chair
|Snowfall||up to 60 in (150 cm)|
Ryan Tower, was a 228.9 metre (750 feet) tall guyed mast that was built in 1961, was located at the summit of the Clifford slope. The tower was taken down on Sunday, November 4, 2012 and its functions were transferred to a new, nearby replacement tower.
Camp Fortune is composed of 5 slopes: Pineault, Clifford, Alexander, Meech, and Skyline. The first three slopes are jointly referred to as The Valley and are considered to host the easier slopes of the ski centre.
During the summer, Camp Fortune is open for mountain biking and its new outdoor Aerial Experience.
A few years ago, the tenants of Camp Fortune acquired Mont Ste. Marie, another ski centre 'nearby'. Because of this purchase, 'combo' season passes can be purchased that are valid at both ski centres.
Camp Fortune Ski Club  operates at the hill and provides competitive and 'house' ski racing programmes for children and young adults aged 5 to 18 based on the Nancy Greene  and Snowstars  approaches.
- Skyline: 590'
- Valley: 360'
- Meech: 512'
Number of runs: 20
Number of lifts: 8
- Mont Ste. Marie
- Mount Pakenham
- Calabogie Peaks
- List of ski areas and resorts in Canada
- Tallest structures in Canada
- List of masts
-  - Mountain statistics
- Official Website
- Trail Map
- The Weather Network Ski Report
- Diagram of Ryan Tower
- Camp Fortune Ski Club
- Nancy Greene Ski League
- Husky Snowstars
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