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Маунт Ст. Лауис / Мунстонэ

 Горнолыжные курорты по странам мира:
Канада

Провинция Канады:
Ontario

Перепад высот курорта в метрах:
100-200

Маунт Ст. Лауис / Мунстонэ, по-английски Mount St. Louis / Moonstone - это маленький горнолыжный курорт с незначительным общим перепадом высот, расположенный в северных средних широтах западного полушария, в регионе с координатами 44.6° северной широты, 79.7° западной долготы. Административное расположение: Канада, провинция Ontario.

Спуск возможен до высоты двести двадцать девять метров абсолютной высоты. Наибольшее возвышение здесь триста восемьдесят два метра от поверхности моря. Итого сброс высоты сто пятьдесят три метра. Гостей курорта обслуживает тринадцать подъемников, тридцать шесть склонов. Общая площадь трасс более чем шестьдесят семь гектаров. Курорт предлагает хорошие снежные условия: в этом регионе снега выпадат в год не менее чем три метра, в дополнение к этому для необходимой корректировки снежной обстановки в Маунт Ст. Лауис / Мунстонэ используется система искуственного оснежения.
Карта курорта и окрестностей - Маунт Ст. Лауис / Мунстонэ:

Количество подъемников 13
1 Magic Carpet,2 Surface Lifts,1 Double Chairs,3 Triple Chairs,3 Quad Chairs,1 HiSpeed Quad,2 HiSpeed Six
Количество трасс 36
Высота курорта над уровнем моря, метров 229
Наивысшая точка над уровнем моря, метров 382
Перепад высот, метров 153
Телефон 705 835-2112
Площадь, доступная для катания, кв. м. 667732
From the Collingwood areaFrom the Collingwood area follow Hwy. 26 east to the Country Road 22 (Horseshoe Valley Road) until you reach Hwy. 400 north, follow Hwy. 400 north to exit 131 (Mount St. Louis Road). When you see the exit stay to the right and go under the bridge at the stop sign turn right to go over the bridge, you will see Mount St. Louis Moonstone to the right. You have arrived
Directions: From the Toronto areaFollow Hwy. 400 north, towards Barrie. Continue to follow Hwy 400 North to Parry Sound/ Sudbury (26 km) until you reach exit 131 (Mount St. Louis Road). When you see the exit stay to the right and go under the bridge. At the stop sign turn right to go over the bridge. You will see Mount St. Louis Moonstone to the right. You have arrivedDirections: From the Barrie areaFollow Hwy. 400 north, towards Parry Sound/Sudbury. Continue to follow Hwy 400 North (26 km) until you reach exit 131 (Mount St. Louis Road). When you see the exit stay to the right and go under the bridge. At the stop sign turn right to go over the bridge. You will see Mount St. Louis Moonstone to the right. You have arrived
Directions: From the Orillia areaFollowing Hwy. 12 (20 km) west to the village of Coldwater, just before the village of Coldwater, you will see the signs for Hwy. 400 South, turn left and follow Hwy. 400 South, until you reach exit 131 (Mount St. Louis Road). When you pull off Hwy. 400 you will see Mount St Louis Moonstone to the right . You have arrived.Directions: From the Midland areaFollowing Hwy. 12 east (20 km) to Hwy. 400 south. Continue on Hwy. 400 south until you reach exit 131 (Mount St. Louis Road). When you pull off (right) Hwy. 400 you will see Mount St Louis Moonstone to the right. You have arrived.
Directions: From Horseshoe Valley ResortHorseshoe Valley Resort, turn left onto Horseshoe Valley road, following the Horseshoe Valley road until you reach a set of traffic lights in the community of Craighurst. At these traffic lights turn right on to Hwy. 93 (6 km) until you see the signs for Hwy. 400 north turn right. Follow Hwy. 400 north (10 km) until you reach exit 131 (Mount St. Louis Road). When you see the exit stay to the right and go under the bridge at the stop sign turn right to go over the bridge, you will see Mount St. Louis Moonstone to the right. You have arrived.Directions: From the Collingwood areaFrom the Collingwood area follow Hwy. 26 east to the Country Road 22 (Horseshoe Valley Road) until you reach Hwy. 400 north, follow Hwy. 400 north to exit 131 (Mount St. Louis Road). When you see the exit stay to the right and go under the bridge at the stop sign turn right to go over the bridge, you will see Mount St. Louis Moonstone to the right. You have arrived.
Directions: From the Wasaga Beach areaFrom the Wasaga Beach area follow Hwy. 92 east through Elmvale to Oro Lake Road. From Oro Lake Road turn right on to Hwy. 93, following Hwy, 93 south to Hwy. 400 north. Hwy. 400 north to exit 131 (Mount St. Louis Road), When you see the exit stay to the right and go under the bridge at the stop sign turn right to go over the bridge, you will see Mount St. Louis to the right. You have arrived.

Распределение трасс по категориям сложности, %
Для начинающих: 35
Простые: 50
Сложные: 15
Дополнительные возможности курорта
Детский сад, услуги няни: Yes
Проживание в шаговой доступности: Yes
Обучение катанию на горных лыжах: Yes
Обучение катанию на сноуборде: Yes
Прокат горных лыж: Yes
Прокат сноубордов: Yes
Описание по-английски Mount St. Louis Moonstone is located only 26 km north of Barrie in the heart of the snowbelt region. With the most advanced Snow making system in Ontario you will find our 35 slopes have the best snow coverage in the region. Mount St. Louis Moonstone's famous grooming team springs into action nightly to ensure the best conditions everyday. With three state of the art high-speed chair lifts including two six-person chair lifts means that
Mount St. Louis Moonstone has the lift capacity of 23,000 skiers/riders per hour.
At any level, from the first timer to the experienced skier or rider, our professional staff is eager to assist you. Regardless of your ability we can create an improvement plan for any skier or rider.
Mount St. Louis Moonstone offers two cafeterias, two rental shops and two ski shops where you will find the latest accessories. Ontario's best for family Skiing/Snowboarding!!



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