Mt. Sutton, Quebec Conditions Report + VIDEO: 12-14″ of Powder Yesterday

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A SnowBrains fan just sent in this solid report and video of skiing 12-14″ of fresh powder at Mt. Sutton, Quebec, Canada yesterday.

All you really need to know is:

“We didn’t hit the bottom once.” – Marc-Antoine Brissette, today

Map showing location of Mt. Sutton, Quebec, Canada.


Who: Marc-Antoine Brissette, Johnny Love-Dauphin and Luc Houle

What: some cross-country downhill skiing (Marc and Johnny) and some snowboard (Luc)
Where: Mont Sutton, Québec
Where: at the dusk of october 23
Why: Why not? How many time in a lifetime you get this opportunity to ski 12-14 inches of powder in october?
Plus i really wanted to piss off my co workers that hate snow
How: we woke up at 4h45 and left a few minutes later sunday morning and left montreal, québec for an hour and a half drive to sleepy Sutton. The town was covered with snow, some trees where down, and there where no electricity in town.
Our friend Johnny (a sutton native) did not wake up in time for the powder day.
When we arrived he wasn’t ready so he putted a hoody and left with his pyjamas pants with no underwear on
Powder was hard but dry. We didn’t hit the bottom once.
Unfurtonately for our friend johnny he ended up with a frost bit on his manhood. He had to leave before us
By far my best october turns
Not so many skiers on the mountain, the skiers where probably too skeptical regarding the weather to drive up there. We where not.

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