Cross Country Skiing in Ski Mont Orford, Orford, Quebec Canada

Vertical drop:
589 m/1932 ft
Base Elevation:
261 m/856 ft)
Top Elevation:
850 m/2790 ft
Mont Orford is a mountain, ski resort and a provincial park in the Eastern Township of Quebec, Canada. The fact that it is located just a few minutes away from the town Magog and within one hour away from Montreal, makes Mont Orford always busy both in summer and winter season. The ski resort consists of three summits: Mont Giroux, Mont Orford and Mont Alfred Desrochers.

This place is ideal for those who want to escape and enjoy themselves in all fields. Mont Orford offers a variety of summer and winter activities and  amazing natural beauty. So, the best thing to do is to visit this area and perform one of the most  popular activities,cross country skiing.

Mont Orford offers a vertical drop of 589 m/1932 ft, a base elevation of 261 m/856 ft and a top elevation of  850 m/2790 ft. Cross country skiing can be enjoyed by both experts and amateurs, as the 61 trails are tailored to cover all levels of difficulty. 33% of trails are for beginners, 26% for intermediate athletes, 13% for advanced athletes and for those who need something more extreme, 28% of trails are available. All trails are formed by 85% of snow-making. You also find 9 lifts, 1 gondola, 2 quad chairs, 1 triple chair, 1 double chair and 4 surface lifts. For beginners, a school is available to help them in whatever they need. Unfortunately, there is no access for disabled persons.

Bear in mind that if you want to enjoy an activity as a group, you should first make a reservation. In Mont Orford you also find free outdoor parking, rental shops, picnic area and vending machines. After an adventurous day, you can enjoy yourself in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you easily find nearby.