Downhill Lift Access
Sat and Sun, June 7 - Oct. 12: 11am - 5pm
Wednesday, June 11 - Aug. 13: 5pm - dusk
Cross Country Trails
Open Daily May 15-November 30
Downhill Trails | Lift-Access
Evening Pass: $20
Full Day Pass: $30
Season Pass: $250 ($200 before 5/31)
Cross Country< Trails
Day Pass $7
Season Pass $50
Camp Fortune Mountain Bike Park Overview
The downhill mountain biking trails at Camp Fortune have been recently upgraded and are in excellent condition due to a rigorous maintenance schedule and other improvements designed to provide riders with the best downhill trails possible. This year, the crew is paying particular attention to DH trails like Salamander, with undulating features that are great for beginners. Salamander and similar trails are also good for intermediate and expert who want to practice burm turns. If you go, be sure to test-drive their new runs, including the “Super Armoring” National run, which is not to be missed.
Camp Fortune claims that mountain biking there tests even the best of riders and recommend that it is suitable for intermediate and expert technical riders. But it also looks like they are trying to deliver a little more in the "something for everyone" category, so if you find yourself in Quebec anytime this summer, you'll want to put this stop on your list, regadrless of your own skill level. We're betting you'll find lots of great riding here.
O cup Downhill Race: July 25-26-27, 2014
Training and public riding Friday times likely 12-5. Saturday lift hours open for training and public 10-4. Elite only access from 4pm to 5pm. Sunday access only to competitors from 8-5. Lift ticket price to be set by race organizer and will be available on site.
Camp Fortune is a short 15 minute drive from Ottawa.
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Camp Fortune is home to an extensive network of mountain biking. Ottawa mountain bikers will find significant vertical to climb and descend meeting the needs of DH and XC riders. Mountain biking at Camp Fortune tests even the best of riders. Our course is recommended for both intermediate and expert technical riders.
The gnarly, sloped DH mountain biking trails on Skyline are not for the faint of heart. Bikers get race-ready for the Ontario Cup DH and Quebec Cup DH on the Camp Fortune brand of downhill madness. The undulating downhill mountain bike trails like Salamander at Camp Fortune are good for intermediate and expert riders who want to practice burming. New for the 2013 season is the “Super Armoring” National run and is not to be missed.
The XC trails at Camp Fortune include sun-dappled paths, beneath a canopy of lush tree tops surrounded by the summer palette of mountain colours. Camp Fortune trails have been upgraded and are in great shape for riders to enjoy thanks to a rigorous maintenance schedule this year.