Mount Orford has 3 snow parks, which all include a wide range of modules, ramps and jumps for all levels skiers and riders. Whether to learn about freestyle, develop new skills or simply for the fun of taking jumps, our snow parks promise intense experiences for skiers or snowboarders, beginners or experts, all in a secure setting.
Designed and built by the well-known company Today’s Park & Creations, all of our snow parks are free and open to anyone. You must wear a helmet though.
MAIN PARK – INTERMEDIATE TO EXPERT LEVEL
Located on Mount Giroux at the base of the Magog trail, the Main Park is recognised for the quality of its installations, the range of modules and its unique design. Its different challenges were carefully chosen and built to provide an experience even the most daring will love.
Offering two lines of modules (an intermediate series and an advanced series) the Main Park also stands out for its series of 3 jumps (20’, 25’ and 30’) which follow series of modules with a starting line to better prepare for the jump. Day after day the quality of the park is ensured thanks to the meticulous maintenance undertaken by our team of “Park Rangers” and teams of groomers who work 7 days a week.
JUNIOR PARK – THE LARGEST OF THE SMALL PARKS
Designed specifically to help all skiers develop and progress, the Junior Park is located on Mount Orford in the Connection trail just below the 4 km and the Familiale. The whole family will find a challenge and have fun learning about the joys of Freestyle in a secure setting
Separated into two distinct lines, the Junior Park has 15 modules, ramps and boxes ranging in size from small to medium, and also includes a series of 3 small jumps that every member of the family can try.
INTRO PARK – INITIATION
A playground with small-sized modules and boxes is found near the ski chalet, on the Giroux side, just below the terrace. Because you always have to start somewhere and there is no better time than now to try out “Freestyle”, the Intro Park is specially designed to allow a first experience with the use of modules. You can refine your moves between two runs or two hot chocolates!