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22 June 2024

Skiing conditions

Complete details of today's ski conditions

TODAY, 22 June 2024



40, Chemin du Mont Owl’s Head
Mansonville (Québec) J0E 1X0 Canada

Be apart of the ski patrol


Your safety, our priority

Every day of the season, the patrol ensures the safety of skiers and snowboarders by focusing on prevention and providing first aid on the mountain.

Prevention and safety are at the heart of all our decisions. Among other things, the patroller intervenes with people who do not respect the mountain’s code of conduct. Each patroller is specially trained to respond to all situations, even in the event of a major intervention. If you have any questions about our safety rules, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re here to give you peace of mind and a break from everyday worries.

Mountain Code of Conduct


A few basic rules must be followed to create a safe environment for you and other users. Whether you’re downhill skiing, snowboarding, or alpine touring, it’s your responsibility to follow the rules! Here are the 8 rules that make up the Mountain Code of Conduct.

Rule #1 - The golden rule : Control

Keep your speed in check, and always control your direction. Make sure you can stop and avoid any person or obstacle at all times.


Rule #2 - Yield to Anyone Downhill of You

Yield to persons downhill, and choose a course that ensures their safety.


Rule #3 - Free up the trail

Only stop if you can be seen from above, and never obstruct the trail.


Rule #4 - At Intersections, Yield to Persons Uphill

Yield to skiers and riders uphill of you when entering a trail, or at intersections.


Rule #5 - Help the Ski Patrol

If you’re involved in or witness an accident, remain at the scene and identify yourself to a first-aider.


Rule #6 - No Runaway Gear

Always use and wear the appropriate device to prevent runaway equipment.


Rule #7 - No Drugs, No Alcohol

Do not use the lifts or trails when under the influence of drugs or alcohol.


Rule #8 - Obey the Signs

Obey all signs and warnings, and never venture off the trail or onto a closed trail.



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