One of the most popular places at the New Brunswick Ski Resort is Mount Farlagne is a wonderful family orientated ski resort that has groomed trails of snow and friendly and fun environment . It is located just west of Edmonton and offers activities such as inner tube sliding, night skiing, ski boarding, and a day care service.
Mount Farlagne as part of the New Brunswick Ski Resort in January of 1969 under the direction of Edmonton Ski Limited. Construction had begun in the fall of 1968 after a fundraising campaign in the community and at the time the New Brunswick Ski Resort could boast of its modern trails, lift, and lodging. When it first opened it had four trails that were named Family, Rice, Casse-Cou and Fraser. The latter one was the only one lit up for night skiing. During the early years the main activity was the Bar and it had some activities like the races that were organized. The memberships for the Bar were very important revenue for the hill and the status in the community was renowned. As for skiing, in its fist years of operation, a lift ticket costs eight bucks for adults and six bucks for students and the year membership for skiing was 110.00 dollars. Since that time, the main rule for New Brunswick Ski Resort is accessibility to all people who wish to experience skiing at this wonderful mountain on the slopes. In January, Mount Farlagne is transformed into a carnival type atmosphere during national ski week with races, a torch light parade, musical entertainment, and much more. Mount Farlagne is set to open for the season and will be bigger and better than ever. After all it is more than a mountain; it is an essential part of New Brunswick Ski Resort.
Those people who seek extra adventure are welcome to go to Crabble Mountain which is the highest peak of New Brunswick Ski Resort and is located in Hainesville which is just outside Millville. At 853 feet it offers people some challenging terrain for skiers with all abilities and it is very popular with advanced ski tourists and sportsmen. The New Brunswick Ski Resort is a perfect family destination with trails ranging from very easy to very difficult. The highest vertical run of all of the New Brunswick Ski Resort is 853 feet providing a wide variety of 18 well groomed and not groomed runs and cruising trails with steep pitches.
It also has a twenty kilometer cross country touring trail system with two major trails and a number of smaller loops that make it an ideal place to improve your skiing skills. There are services in New Brunswick Ski Resort that has four ski lifts including a quad lift and a T bar. In addition the 15 new alpine trails, there is Crabble's new terrain park that features table tops, hips, spines, and rails that will add some excitement to your day.
Sugar Loaf Provincial Park is a 3,000 acre winter recreation playground with eight alpine ski trails with a vertical drop of 507 feet. There is also 22 kilometers of groomed cross country ski trails, 20 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, two snowshoeing trails, a sliding hill, a large outdoor lighted skating rink, and New Brunswick restaurants.