Camp Fortune is one of the oldest Alpine ski resorts in Canada with a history dating back to 1920!

Camp Fortune is a full-service ski area, located only 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa-Gatineau, in the heart of the Gatineau Park. The history of Camp Fortune’s development showcases the impact this resort has had on skiing in the region from as far back as 1910 to present day. Camp Fortune often won the praise of Governors General in the past who commended the Ottawa Ski Club for their part in promoting active living in the region. Camp Fortune is one of the oldest alpine ski centres in Canada, dating back to 1920. Camp Fortune was the early training ground for Olympians Betsy Clifford, Anne Heggtveit, Patrick Biggs and Crispin Lipscomb Former Olympian Patrick Biggs is current President of the Camp Fortune Ski Club as well as a coach. We branched out 10 years ago, adding aerial park and zipline courses, offering customers year round active adventure
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Current conditions

Closed for the season

Last accumulations

24h 0 cm
48h 0 cm
7 days 0 cm
Season 377 cm

Snow type

Base N/A
Surface N/A
Cover Bare patches

Trails open

Day 0/20
Night 0/12
Off-trail 0/5
Snowpark 0/1

Chairlifts

Day 0/7
Night 0/4

Technical specifications

Mountain 20 trails 167m of elevation
Chairlifts
1 Triple chair
4 Quadruple chair
1 Tbar
2 Carpet
Difficulty degree
5 Easy
12 Difficult
4 Very difficult
2 Extremely difficult
Services Snowpark Locations Bar and restaurant ski school

Opening hours

Regular schedule
Holidays 25 décembre fermé 26 décembre 9 h – 16 h 27-28-29-30 décembre 9 h – 21 h 31 décembre & 1 janvier 9 h – 16 h
Spring break