As the closest resort in the townships to Montreal, Bromont attracts the masses. Given its unique setup with 111 trails, 32 glades and six terrain parks located across seven slopes, visitors can ski or ride in a complete 360 degree circle. Plus, by being the only resort in the region to offer night riding on 99 runs, Bromont has become the largest lit ski area in North America. Your best bet for tackling all the trails here is to go around the world, from Anaheim to Whitehorse, as each run is named after an international city.
Two things all summer visitors at Bromont should do are hit up the water slides and wave pool, then tackle the bike trails. Bromont has over 20 downhill trails spread across 42 km catering to riders of all skill levels. This summer they also opened two new Enduro circuits, which combine a mix of downhill and cross-country features offering 30 percent climbs and 70 percent drops.