Downhill Skiing + Snowboarding

Downhill Skiing + Snowboarding

Please note: all Ontario ski hills are currently closed due to the province-wide lockdown. Please avoid all non-essential travel and consult your public health units for more information.

Come play in the snow in Northeastern Ontario! Whether you’re a downhill speed demon or a first-timer just trying to avoid a faceplant, Northeastern Ontario has what it takes to make your winter fun!

Strap on two skis or a single snowboard for the thrills—and maybe spills—of spending a day at one of our top-notch hills. Scenic settings, great runs, and lots and lots of snow capped off with a fine après-ski meal make for a mighty memorable day on the slopes.

Attention skiers, snowboarders and snowshoers: Northeastern Ontario offers pristine trails and runs at great prices, with a season that starts earlier and ends later than its southern Ontario counterparts. Here are some fantastic ski areas to consider. (Be sure to call ahead or check each venue’s social media or website for up-to-the-minute information on opening dates and snow conditions, as well as COVID-19 safety requirements.)

Call ahead for the latest status from each ski hill on opening dates, snow conditions, and safety measures in place.

Skiing at Antoine Mountain

With 15 groomed runs, including the longest run in Ontario (2.9km), as well as a true vertical of 630 feet, Antoine is a local favourite, and for good reason! Located just a ten minute drive from Mattawa and about 50 minutes east of North Bay, this resort in the Laurentian Mountains is located at the base of one of Ontario’s tallest peaks.  Antoine Mountain also features a Doppelmayr quad chair lift as well as a custom terrain park. Snowboarders can check out the Rossignol Experience Centre, home to the Burton snowboard fleet and professional snow school where guests receive lessons from CSIA ski and CASI snowboard certified instructors. The recently renovated chalet offers an elevated après ski experience with Canadian cocktails, local draft, and great atmosphere.

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Skiing Antoine Mountain Northeastern Ontario

Location: North Bay

Vertical: 350 feet

Number of Runs: Four moderate runs, two black diamonds and two double black diamonds.

Predicted Opening Date: December 18th

This hill also features a beginner hill, terrain park, with mini rails and a beginner box as well as a 30-foot jump, 30-foot DFD Hubba tube and 30-foot shotgun rail, along with its own dedicated lift. Licensed café in the Lower Lodge.

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Northeastern Ontario Ski Hills - Laurentian Ski Hill

Location: 30 km east of Kirkland Lake

Number of Runs: Five downhill runs

Predicted Opening Date: January 2nd, 2021 or earlier

Variety of ski and snowboard abilities, a T-bar lift, plus a sliding hill and 10 km of cross-country ski trails.

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Northeastern Ontario ski hills - Larder Lake Ski Hill

Location: Sudbury

Vertical: 240 feet

Runs: Two beginner, five intermediate and one advanced

Predicted Opening Date: Mid-December to mid-January

Located in the New Sudbury Conservation area, Adanac has a new quad lift and magic carpet for beginners.

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Northeastern Ontario Ski Hills - Adanac Ski Hill

Location: Moonbeam, 20k east of Kapuskasing

Runs: Three – beginner, intermediate, advanced

Vertical: 138 feet

Predicted Opening: December 20th

Toboggan hill, fat biking and snowshoeing complete the fun.

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Northeastern Ontario Ski Hills Remi Ski Club

Location: 20k NW of Timmins

Runs: 18 runs for beginners, intermediate or experts

Vertical: 400 feet

Predicted Opening: Late November to Early December

The longest run is almost a kilometer. Two quad lifts, a T-bar or a rope tow. Tube park, bar and cafeteria .

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Northeastern Ontario Ski Hills - Mount Jamieson Resort

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