Mont Orford (ski resort)
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Mont Orford (ski resort)

4380, chemin du Parc
Orford (Qc), Canada
J1X 7N9
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Mont Orford is one of the highest ski mountains in Quebec and the highest in the Eastern Townships. Easy to access and only 5 minutes away from highway 10, it offers 4 hillsides and 3 mountains, one of which includes a hybrid gondola. Mont Orford has everything to provide you with an exceptional skiing experience! Located in the Eastern Townships, just 20 minutes from Sherbrooke and less than an hour from Montreal, Mont Orford is the perfect place to find tons of snow, slopes for all ski and snowboard lovers and the atmosphere to warm you up even when it's cold outside! This is certainly THE winter destination of the year!

Mont Orford (ski resort)
from November to April
4380, chemin du Parc
Orford (Qc), Canada
J1X 7N9

 
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