Gray Rocks





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Gray Rocks
Quebec
Canada
Phone: 819 425-2771


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About the Ski Resort

After first pioneering the all inclusive ski week concept, Gray Rocks has remained the #1 choice for everyone seeking to learn the sport of skiing or snowboarding in the area.

Our certified, enthusiastic instructors help develop a lighthearted group spirit that continues après-ski through a wide variety of festive activities. Alpine skiing, snowboarding, slowblading, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing are just some of the choices.

Everything you need for a terrific winter holiday is at your ski tips including fine dining, nightly entertainment, a fitness centre with indoor pool, a daycare and Ski'N'Play program, and an array of sports in a winter wonderland setting.


Ski resort area details


Alpine Skiing: Yes
Night Skiing: No
Heli-Skiing: No
Snowcat Skiing: No
Snowboarding: No
Snowshoe trails: No
Cross country: 60 km
Snow tubing: No
 

 Easiest:  18 %

 More Difficult:  45 %

 Most Difficult:  37 %

 Experts only:  --
AVERAGE USER RATING

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Pace of Play: Pace of play: 0
Money Value: Money value: 0
Tees: Tees: 0
Service: Service: 0



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Mountain Statistics


Base elevation:  830 ft
Summit elevation:  1,445 ft
Vertical drop:  615 ft
Skiable area:  200 acres
Annual snowfall:  170 in
Snowmaking:  95 %
 
Number of trails:  22
Number of lifts:  4
Types of lifts:  1 Magic Carpet,
 2 Double Chairs,
 1 Quad Chair


Ski Resort Services


Childcare  Yes
Adaptive skier:  Yes
Nearby lodging:  Yes
 
Ski lessons:  Yes
Snowboard lessons:  Yes
 
Ski rentals:  Yes
Snowboard rentals:  Yes


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Ski Resort directions


From Montreal:
By car: 90 min. / 120km / 75 miles.

Take Autoroute 15 North until it merges with route 117 North at Ste-Agathe.
Continue along route 117 and take the first exit for Ville Mont-Tremblant.
At the first traffic light St-Jovite Street, turn right on route 327 North for 5 km to Gray Rocks (on your right).
From Ottawa:
By car :

Ottawa to Hull
50 to Buckingham
148 to Montebello
323 to St-Jovite (Mt-Tremblant)
From Toronto:
By car: 7 hours / 670 km / 419 miles.

Take Autoroute 401 East. Before Montreal, take Autoroute 13 North towards Mirabel. (Follow the blue signs for Tremblant).
Take Autoroute 640 East to Autoroute 15 North until it merges with Hwy 117 North at Ste-Agathe.
Continue along route 117 and take the first exit for Ville Mont-Tremblant.
At the first traffic light St-Jovite Street, turn right on route 327 North for 5 km to Gray Rocks (on your right).