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Skiing in Ottawa circa 1926

We found this silent film from 1926 titled “Where Snow Time is Joy Time,” produced by the Canadian Government. It’s a fun film which illustrates the popularity of skiing in the region some 94 years ago.

Mountain Coaster

The Camp Fortune team celebrated the installation of the Mountain Pipe Coaster and tested this exciting new ride. We are now open to the public!

Anne Heggtveit

Anne Heggtveit, one of our most famous skiers and the namesake of our favourite double black diamond, Heggtveit, shared these personal photos with us as Camp Fortune is where she learned to ski.

John Clifford, the father of popular skiing

Incredible conditions and limited lift tickets for this week: In an effort to offer our season passholders the best experience, we have limited lift tickets available for this week. Day tickets, valid 9 am to 4 pm: available. 4-hour tickets: SOLD OUT. Night tickets, valid from 4 pm to 9 pm: very limited quantity, WILL SELL OUT. Tickets must be bought in advance, online. Once tickets are sold out none will be sold on site. Season passholders and customers with MaNeige ASSQ and Canada Ski Council products are always welcome.