Gray Rocks Ski Getaways
Long before Gray Rocks was acquired by its larger neighbor, Mont Tremblant, it pioneered the all-inclusive ski week concept in North America. Since then, its renowned Snow Eagle Ski and Board School (�cole de Ski et de Surf) has taught countless people the joys of winter sport while they enjoy the pleasures of a week of just plain fun.
Gray Rocks, like so many other alpine areas in the province, places much more of an emphasis on instruction than similar areas "south of the border". But that doesn't mean that it lacks in the amenities and creature comforts winter visitors have come to expect.
The hill itself is rather modest: 620 feet of vertical and 22 trails. A quad and three doubles provide uphill transport. But the trails are nicely laid out, there's a good choice for each ability level, a glade, and three mogul fields. And the Laurentian Mountains catch a lot of snow; Gray Rocks records an average of 165 inches a season, which is augmented by snowmaking on most trails.
Modest though it may seem the terrain is ideal for learning, with a good progression of difficulty and varied conditions to help you along.