Winter

Geocaching

 Ever try geocaching? Did you know that there are as many as 68 caches in and around the Park? Try it out, winter or summer.

It’s a free outdoor activity; all you need is a GPS and a keen eye. You can find information on cache locations at http://www.geocaching.com/ and use the postal code E3N 4C9.  

Sliding hill

Sliding hill with tube rentals available during skiing hours - $5/tube/2 hours

March 13 to April 1

Ski shop opening hours are:  Tube rentals hours

Monday & Tuesday closed

Wednesday & Thursday  5 pm to 9 pm

Friday & Saturday 10 am to 9 pm

Sunday  10 am to 5 pm

 

 

Skating


Natural lighted outdoor pond - OPEN

 

Snowshoeing

More than 1,100 hectares to discover! With kilometres of marked trails and more than 1,100 hectares of mountain terrain, forest and lakes to discover,
Snowshoeing is probably one of the best kept secrets of the Park.

 
SNOWSHOEING TRAILS

The Park has two snowshoeing trail networks.

THE WHITE PINE TRAIL

starts / penetrates the forest at the entrance of the camping, slow climb going East along the campground then North on a small hill that presents a beautiful view of Mount Sugarloaf.

• ACCESS: left after the campground gate

• # OF TRAILS: 1

• LENGTH: ± 3km

 

THE MONTAGNARDS SNOWSHOE TRAILS starting from the Montagnards shelter. There is a network of 6 km of marked snowshoeing trails. Snowshoeing enthusiasts will discover a beautiful mountain scenery as well as the magnificient Prichard Lake [trail #6].

• ACCESS: ± 2km driving from the main lodge to the X-Ski shelter

• # OF TRAILS: 2

• LENGTH: ±6 km

CONSULT THE SNOWSHOEING TRAIL MAP

Snowshoers are not allowed on cross-country ski trails.
 

Thank you for your collaboration!


 SEASON PASSES INCLUDING THE MONTAGNARDS MEMBERSHIP CARDS

Point-of-Sale PARK TICKET OFFICE:

Sugarloaf Park: Please contact the Park for the Ticket Office opening hours at (506) 789-2366.

GET YOUR SNOWSHOEING TRAIL MAP AND DISCOVER YOUR PARK

Cross Country Skiing

Sugarloaf Park’s 20 km of cross-country ski trails are among the most panoramic in New Brunswick.

 Comments from a Canadian Champion

“I started skiing at age 4 with Les Montagnards Jackrabbit program. Since then, I x-skied at many locations across Canada and Sugarloaf Park remains one of my place of choice because of its scenic beauty, the diversity of trails and most importantly the unique trail around Prichard Lake.”

Étienne Richard, training on the  Dachstein glacier in  Austria

Étienne Richard [Originally from Saint-Alexis-de-Matapédia. (2007-2008, Canadian Junior B Champion - 16-17 yrs.

    
Description of X-Ski Trails

• 20 km of a wide variety of trails

• from beginner to expert trails

• for classic or skating

• professionally groomed Two X-Ski Trails Networks

THE TERRY FOX TRAIL circumvents the base of the Magnifique Sugarloaf mountain.

• ACCESS: take a left after the main entrance of the Park (after crossing the small bridge)

• # OF TRAILS: 1

• LENGTH: 4km

• STYLE : Classic and skate

• LEVEL: Beginner and intermediate

 
 


 

THE MONTAGNARDS TRAILS located on the Parks forest plateaus around the Magnifique Pritchard Lake (Trail #3):

• ACCESS: ± 2km driving from the main lodge to the X-Ski chalet

• # OF TRAILS: 4

• LENGTH: 17.6 km

• STYLE: Classic and skate

• LEVEL: Beginner to Expert

    
THE X-SKI SEASON PASS is compulsory at Sugarloaf Provincial Park.

For the rates of the X-Ski Season Pass at Sugarloaf Park GO TO THE RATES SECTION.

Points-of-Sale:

• Sugarloaf Park TICKET OFFICE:

X-Ski in Restigouche

Put a little variety in your X-Ski. Discover the other excellent X-Ski trails available in Restigouche:

CHARLO LES AVENTURIERS X-SKI CLUB (Site Web)

SAINT-QUENTIN HUSKY CLUB (Information : T. 235- 2665 or by e-mail : Club Husky de Saint-Quentin

   
THE MONTAGNARDS Outdoors Club is a member of:

Cross-Country Ski NB Consult their Website to find the clubs, trails, training activities and the loppets scheduled in 2009-2010.

Cross-County Canada

Follow the following link to find the Web site of the 2011 Halifax Canada Winter Games.

VIEW THE X-SKI TRAILS MAP

Alpine Skiing / Snowboarding

FACEBOOK: Parc Sugarloaf Park

We will open (see below for change of scheduling):

Wednesday March 28th - Closed

Thursday March 29th - Closed

Friday March 30th - 10 am to 7 pm

Saturday March 31st - 10 am to 7 pm

Sunday  April 1st - 10 am to 5 pm

Sunday will be the last day for this season.  Thanks for your patience last week and again this week with only the Big T-Bar and the Rope Pony Lift operational.

1 0 0 %  N A T U R A L  S N O W !

12 Alpine Ski & Snowboarding Trails From Beginner to Expert

- Terrain Park Including a Half-Pipe
- Ski School • On-Site
- Certified Instructors for Alpine Akiing and Snowboarding

The longest run: 1070 m (3510 feet)
Vertical Drop 155 m (507 feet)

One Double Chairlift, Two T-bars and One Pony Lift

** Rental Shop and Ski School On-Site **

 


 
Relax at the Main Lodge with its Unique Architecture
Full service cafeteria • «  Bar / Restaurant » • Ski Rental Shop/Ski School
Ticket Counter • Patio • Accessible to wheelchairs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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XC-Ski Trail Conditions

Snow Report and Weather

XC-SKI TRAIL CONDITIONS

Updated Tuesday, May 2, 2018
Trails:

Open

Terry Fox/ Campground: Open

Not Tracked & Not Groomed

Trail #1

Not Tracked & Not Groomed

Trail #2:

Not Tracked &  Not Groomed 

Trail #3

Not Tracked &  Not Groomed 

Trail #4

Not Tracked & Not Groomed 

Condition: Spring conditions

 

Ski/Snowboard Trail Conditions

 

SKI/SNOWBOARD TRAIL CONDITIONS
Updated

Monday, April 2, 2018

Trails: Close
Lifts: Close
Hours: Close
Condition: Close for the season

View Trail Map

 

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