JANUARY 27 Open Moguls Community Day presented by Toyota
DAYS TILL THE WORLD CUP
2019 FIS Mackenzie World Cup Moguls presented by Toyota
Join us for one of the most exciting events on Canadian soil this winter! On Saturday, January 26th at Tremblant Quebec, we will welcome the world’s best freestyle moguls skiers to compete in the 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski Moguls World Cup. Over 100 athletes from 15 different countries will challenge Team Canada in men’s and women’s single moguls.
FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup: how to access the competition site
During the 2019 FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup that will be held on January 26 at the top of the Flying Mile run, spectators will have two options to access the competition site :
Walking Lane (free access):
A walking lane will be set up with signage for pedestrians. To reach it, spectators will be required to follow the path from the south base to the top of the Flying Mile via Roy-Scott—luge track—bottom of Curé-Deslauriers—Promenade—Flying Mile (see map below). An estimated 30- to 45-minute walk (covering 900 metres) will be required to reach the top of the hill and it is highly recommended to use snowshoes or crampons to ensure everyone’s safety.
Flying Mile lift (paid access):
Skiers and snowboarders will be able to purchase a ticket valid for the Flying Mile lift only. It is for sale at the ticket office for $17.73 (+ taxes and royalty). The chairlift to the competition site can only be accessed on skis or snowboard.
Note that it will also be possible to view the live broadcast on a giant screen at Place Saint-Bernard