Mont Orignal is a well-known ski mountain in the region of Bellechasse, near the village of Lac Etchemin, at approximately 100 km/62 mi south of Quebec City, Canada. The spot is ideal for those who want to escape from the daily routine and feel the adventure at the highest level.
- ABOUT THE SPOT
Snowboarding in Berthoud Pass, Idaho Springs, Colorado USA
The top of the pass is at 11307 ft/3446.4 meters and has access to a wide array of backcountry stashes. It is one of the earliest snowboard areas in Colorado with an annual snow fall of 300 in/762 cm.
It is a historic ski resort as it works from 1937, but did not operate every year in period. The lifts are separated to the ones pre 1989, which are 1 Constam T-Bar and 1 Heron-Huntington Double and post 1989, which are 1 Borvig Triple and 1 borvig Quad (1 Borvig double was removed in 1991). Summit elevation is 12051 ft/3673.1 m, base elevation 11022 ft/3359.5 m and vertical drop 993 ft/302.6 m.
Typical snowboard season is October to early June. Trails are 40% for beginners, 40% for intermediate snowboarders and 20% for advanced snowboarders. Services include base lodge with restaurant, ski patrol, ski shop and cafeteria.