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Snow Parks



Olympic half-pipe

The province’s only Olympic half-pipe is at Stoneham! Because it was erected on permanent infrastructures in 2008 (subsequent to ground dynamiting), the season starts earlier – usually in time for the Holidays! Open 7/7 with night skiing too, its National Training Center also welcomes professional teams during training camps. Half-pipe maintenance includes daily grooming of tops and base, while walls are groomed twice weekly. View the ski resort’s online Snow Report for days when the half-pipe is fully groomed.

Technical specs:

  • 19 meters width
  • 6,7 meters heigh
  • 16.5° slope

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Parc XL 418

The 418 – Stoneham’s very first but now famous XL terrain park – offers quite a challenge with jumps of every size, stairs, assorted rails, a wall ride and so much more! Terrain Park access is controlled, and skiers and riders must first obtain a Park Pass from Customer services or online (see below), at the cost of $20 (+ taxes). Park Passes are valid for winter season at both Mont-Sainte-Anne, and Stoneham Mountain Resort. Helmets are mandatory in all terrain parks.

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Rail Section

You’re confortable on the Intro Park but not confident enough to give the Parc XL 418 a try? Head to the Rail Section in the #9! There, you can improve your jib skills on Medium and Large rails and boxes located perfectly on the trail so you can keep a nice flow riding down. The Rail Section is open for everyone wearing a helmet and you don’t need the Park Access Card top hop in. Just after the end of the Rail Section, turn right in #La Traverse or the #Shortcut to find yourself hundred meters away from the top of the Intro Parc so you can finish up your run on easier rails, boxes and jumps.


Intro Park

Before trying high-flying maneuvres in the XL snowparks, riders must first win their spurs on smaller, safer, user-friendly features. A beginner snowpark awaits you at the bottom of trail Rock’n’roll #4B, that you can see from the base of the mountain. This park offers 4 assorted features and is open to everyone. Helmets are mandatory in all terrain parks.

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