(eap) In Mont Tremblant, a popular ski region in Québec (Canada), it has recently become possible to also ski during the summer months. The destination has received a 4,800 square meter artificial slope from Italian manufacturer Neveplast. On that slope, beginners can learn to ski and more experienced winter sports enthusiasts can improve their technique. Two different types of Neveplast materials were used for the construction of the facility: the higher and wider part of the slope was equipped with Neveplast’s “NP30 FREESKI” product, while the lower and narrower part features “NP30 ALPINE”. Use of the slope including ski equipment rental currently costs 37 CAD (about 25 EUR) per hour for adults and 33 CAD (about 22 EUR) for children.
“We are honored that a resort like Mont Tremblant has chosen Neveplast’s technology, innovation, and quality to expand the skiing offerings even during the summer periods when natural snow skiing isn’t possible. I was present at the inauguration on August 18th, and I saw skiers and snowboarders of all ages and skill levels excited about this new experience. I am confident that the new slope will be successful: its central location, expert management, and Canadians’ passion for winter sports are all promising signs,” said Niccolò Bertocchi, CEO of Neveplast. ■