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Terrain

6 runs, 430′ vertical feet, advanced glades and expert runs and a terrific fall line. Mont Chilly offers the kind of terrain one finds in the big mountain resorts of the Rockies – in a micro resort in the Laurentians. With six runs, Mont Chilly offers everything from a gentle groomer, to un-groomed glades skiing, to steep bump runs. With an excellent fall-line, Chilly boasts 430′ of vertical served by a single T-Bar. Typical descent time on the longest run […]

Services

All the services you would expect from a resort, warming lodge, restaurant, washrooms, ski patrol hut, grooming equipment, ample parking, rental and tuning shop….    

The T-Bar

Taking you 430′ up in just under 8 minutes. Hand built by Larry Hernberger in 1964  

Lodge – Laurentian Charm

The lodge, built in 1977 by the Hernberger family (get correct date) Features an expansive deck and interior dining hall with full-service rental shop downstairs and casse-croute. The lodge may(?) also be rented for special events.

Snow Report – Updated Weekly!

Call 819-683-3595 for hours of operation and snow report. Mont Chilly is typically open weekends from Christmas Holidays (depending on snowfall) through to the end of March. Typically, cars start to fill the parking lot from 10am to 11am. Once there is sufficient capacity, Larry will fire up the T-Bar. Hours may be posted here on a daily basis at a future date with a simple – OPEN TODAY or CLOSED TODAY graphic on the homepage.

Snack Bar – Yummy Burgers and Fries!

Mont Chilly’s kitchen offers your typical and delicious made-to-order food, for our casse-croute menu – see menu below!

Full Service Rental Shop – Boards and Skis

With a huge selection and great rates for children and adult skis, snowboards and safety equipment of every size, there is no excuse not to get out on the hill. Post rates board image here.

Retro Mountain Charm – A Blast from the Past!

Authored by a visitor and new resident to the Pontiac, Andy Thomson. When I was a kid (circa 1973+), my father used to take us skiing at a local hill called ‘Tally Ho’ near Dwight/Huntsville somewhere in the Muskoka region. For me, it was the thrill of a lifetime, after of course what seemed like an eternity of misery trying like hell to do up my own leather ski-boot buckles. There was, as I recall maybe a single Poma lift […]