Mount St Louis Moonstone invests $7.1 million

This summer marked another massive infrastructure investment at MSLM for the 2019-20 season. Highlights include a new chairlift, expanded snowmaking, lighting, slope elevation and trail improvements. According to Robert Huter, General Manager, “As one of the last family owned resorts we are very proud of what we have been able to accomplish in our 56-year history. Together with this year’s projects we have proven our commitment to reinvesting in the resort. Our skiers and boarders of all ages and abilities will ski and ride these improvements that will only make their visit more enjoyable.”

Less waiting. More skiing and boarding. After 30 seasons, the Louis Express Quad chair has officially retired and will be replaced with a new high-speed 6-seater state of the art Leitner Poma chairlift valued at over $6 million dollars. Skiers and Riders love speed and MSLM has consistently been the leader in high speed chairlifts. At MSLM, we move people and our customers ski and board more.

Terrain improvement. MSLM’s new chairlift required a new peak! During the off-season crews were busy moving over 40,000 cubic metres of earth. The height of Yodler & North Peak is now equal to the elevation of Summit Peak.

Ski and ride under the lights. A $100,000 investment with lighting partner Musco has increased lighting on Easy Street slope and to the new peak along Yodler slope.

Go where the snow is. Another $1 million-dollar investment helps ensure the resort is ready when Mother Nature says GO! This includes 6 new Techno Aplin TF10 fan guns and 17 new Techno Alpin V3 snow guns along with over 2,500 feet of installed snowmaking pipe. Fierce is the only word to describe MSLM’s snowmaking power.

The Huter family invites your family to experience the MSLM difference this winter.

About Mount St. Louis Moonstone
Mount St. Louis Moonstone is one of the largest family owned ski resorts in Canada. It was founded in 1964 by Austrian Alpine skier Josl Huter. The resort is located in the snow belt region of Ontario. Today, it contains 36 different ski slopes in addition to 8 chair lifts and 3 magic carpets. The resort is known for being family friendly and prides itself on accommodating everyone, from beginner skiers and snowboarders to the most advanced in their discipline. Visit for more information.