Stoneham Mountain Resort

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Stoneham Mountain Resort
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Location Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, Quebec,
 Canada
Nearest city Quebec City
Vertical 345 m (1,132 ft)
Top elevation 593 m (1,946 ft)
Base elevation 248 m (814 ft)
Skiable area 333 hectares (820 acres)
Runs 42
Longest run 3.2 km (2.0 mi)
Lift system 3 quad lifts, 1 double chair lifts, 3 surface lifts
Lift capacity 10 550 skiers/hr
Terrain parks 3
Snowfall 380 cm/yr (150 in/yr)
Snowmaking 86%
Night skiing 19 runs
Web site Ski Stoneham

Stoneham Mountain Resort is a ski resort, located north of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, in the municipality of Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury. It has a peak elevation of 593 metres (1,946 feet) above sea level and a vertical drop of 345 metres (1,132 feet). There are 42 trails covering 333 hectares (820 acres) on four mountains. 19 trails are available for night skiing, consisting in the largest network of night skiing in Canada.[1] The resort is owned by Resorts of the Canadian Rockies.

Notable events[edit]

Since 2007, Stoneham has been the host of the Snowboard FIS World Cup Finals, held yearly in March. In January 2013, Stoneham hosted the FIS Snowboarding World Championships. In 1993 the mountain hosted a slalom event of the alpine skiing World Cup, won by one of the most dominant alpine ski racers in history, Alberto Tomba of Italy.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mountain Stats, Stonahem". Retrieved 2007-12-17. 

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Coordinates: 47°01′48″N 71°23′018″W / 47.03000°N 71.38833°W / 47.03000; -71.38833