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Major Investment for Stoneham Tourist Resort

Stoneham, Juin 1, 2017 – The Stoneham Tourist Resort is proud to announce a major investment for the 2017-2018 season, the arrival of a new ski lift for the mountain. The new quad fixed chairlift will replace the double chair La Bordée and the crossbow (T-bar) The Chinook, equipment dating respectively 50 and 32 years. This new feature will increase the speed of recovery in this area, modernize the facilities of the resort and serve even better the ski area, to the delight of skiers and snowboarders.


The new Doppelmayr fixed chairlift 4-CLF will have approximately 14 laps and 138 chairs, as well as a boarding mat. It will offer a rise of 8 ½ minutes, for a capacity of 1,900 people per hour. For comparison, the lift of the double chair is 11 minutes.


The dismantling of the equipment is supervised by the Stoneham Tourist Station team. Doppelmayr, an Austrian company with offices and a factory in Saint-Jérôme, will proceed with the installation of the new lift, parts of which come from Europe, the United States and Quebec (Saint-Jérôme). The project began on May 29, allowing the lift to be ready for the opening of the next season in November. In addition, it will be possible to follow the progress of work on the station’s website through webcaméras,
as well as on the page Facebook of the mountain.


Following the installation of the Panorama-Express detachable quadruple lift at Mont-Sainte-Anne in 2013, this is a second new ski lift erected by the Stoneham and Mont-Sainte-Anne teams in recent years. This major project is a major investment of several million dollars for the station, which will also contribute to the economic growth of the municipality and the region. More than ever, Stoneham will be a must for a day of skiing in the nation’s capital.



Located just 20 minutes from Quebec City, the Stoneham Tourist Resort has 42 trails spread over 3 mountains, an Olympic half-moon and 3 snow parks. Skiers and snowboarders can enjoy one of the largest evening ski networks in the country with 19 lighted trails.


The Stoneham Tourist Resort has been owned by Resorts of the Canadian Rockies since 1998. RCR also owns four sister stations in Alberta and British Columbia, Kicking Horse, Fernie, Kimberley and Nakiska, as well as Mont-Sainte-Anne. , located in the greater Quebec City area. For more than 50 years, the Stoneham Resort has been growing according to the same values ​​established by its pioneers: passion, a desire to provide quality services and to convey the feeling of “home” to the mountains.