Mont Orignal

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Mont Orignal
Location Lac-Etchemin, Quebec, Canada
Nearest city Quebec City, 100 km (62 mi)
Coordinates 46°24′43″N 70°35′12″W / 46.41194°N 70.58667°W / 46.41194; -70.58667 (Mont Orignal)
Vertical 300 m (984 ft)
Top elevation 612 m (2,008 ft)
Base elevation 312 m (1,024 ft)
Skiable area 110 acres (44.5 ha)
Runs 23 total
14% Easy
19% Intermediate
57% Difficult
10% Expert
Longest run 1.8 km (1.1 mi)
Lift system 3 total
1 detachable six packs
2 surface lift
Lift capacity 4,500 skiers/hr
Terrain parks Yes
Snowmaking 100%
Night skiing 11 tracks
Website Mont Orignal

Mont Orignal is a ski mountain about 100 km south of Quebec City, Canada in the region of Bellechasse near the village of Lac-Etchemin.[1]

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Mont Orignal is a winter resort located not far from Lac Etchemin.[1][2] It offers many winter activities like alpine skiing, cross-country skiing (54 km of classic / free skating trail) and snow tubing (three runs). Mont Orignal also offers the possibility to rent fully equipped cottage. Also, Mont Orignal is the only place in Quebec using a detachable six packs[clarification needed] to reach the summit. It maintains the largest snowpark in the province of Quebec. Several competitions were held in Moose Park (Mont Orignal snowpark) like the Jib Academy, a competitions for teens under 16 years.

A shuttle service links many cities of the south shore of the St.Lawrence to the station: the "Ski-Bus du Mont-Orignal".

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Mont Orignal". Mont-Orignal. 2014. 
  2. ^ "Mont Orignal". BonjourQuebec. 2014. 

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