Park offers skiing, snowboarding and tubing

At this park a short distance from Angrignon Metro, kids can take skiing and snowboarding lessons and practice jumps at the snow park

For the first time in more than a decade, Montreal children can learn to ski without leaving the city. La Pente à Neige at Ignace-Bourget Park is a winter sports playground just a short walk from Angrignon Metro, with a small ski and snowboard slope for children, as well as an all-ages tubing slope, heated yurt and tobogganing area. All slopes are groomed, with artificial snow added as required.

Families can purchase an introductory ski or snowboard lesson online starting at $23 for a 45-minute class — equipment rental included. Those who want more practice can also book a series of three or six lessons. Private lessons are also available. A 15 per cent discount is available for participants living in the South-West borough, and low-income families can apply for discounts of up to 50 per cent.

Pricing to access the kids-only beginner slope is $10 for up to two hours, or $12 for more than two hours. The slope is exclusively for children under the age of 14 (and the hill’s ski instructors). An unlimited season’s pass is $50. Complete gear rental is $12 for up to two hours, or $15 for more than two hours. Kids who already have some gear can also rent just the pieces they need.

A snow park is also on site with a down rail, down box, flat rail, jump and up rail where all ages can practice jumps and other tricks, as well as a Riglet flat box, which is a tool for teaching snowboarding to beginners. Helmets are required, and are available to rent.

The tubing area (pictured right) offers both a beginner slope for young children as well as a 240-metre ride for older kids. Tickets start at $6 for a child or $8 for an adult per hour. Half-day, full-day and unlimited season’s passes are also available. Families buying tickets for two parents or for more than two children qualify for a 25 per cent discount on the additional tickets.

The installation is funded by a $25,000-grant from the South-West borough as well as sponsorships from Sommet St. Sauveur and other partners. The nonprofit facility opened in December, and will remain open to the end of March, weather permitting.

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