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Ski Quebec, Canada

You don’t have to speak French to visit Quebec but you will find plenty to do in the French province as well as plenty of fantastic skiing opportunities.  The unique Quebec City is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and  Montreal is the second largest French-speaking city after Paris.  Quebec is all you would expect with a rich history, fantastic restaurants, great shopping, beautiful architecture and a mix of cultures from all over the world.  

 

Useful website:  www.quebecregion.com

 

Mont Tremblant

Mont Tremblant is a large ski area located in the Laurentian Mountains, approx. 75 miles north of Montreal and approx. 112 miles from Ottawa.   Boarders and advanced skiers can enjoy Gravity Park terrain park, which has a 17’ high half- pipe.  There are over 50 miles of groomed Nordic trails accessible from the bottom of the mountain and over 100 miles of trails for trips with a stay overnight in the Mont Tremblant Provincial Park.  Average annual snowfall is150 inches and snowmaking facility for 76% of the mountain.   There are child care facilities, rentals, and lodging nearby.  Tremblant is a pedestrian village located at the bottom of the mountain, alongside Lake Tremblant.  There is ice skating on Lake Miroir and Lake Moore.

 

Web site:   www.tremblant.ca

 

Mont Sainte-Anne and Stoneham

These two areas are located within one hour of the historic walled Quebec City, the capital city, alongside the St. Lawrence River.  A pass to cover the two areas can be purchased for double the fun.  Tobogganing is available at Montmorency Falls and you can also visit the famous Ice Hotel. 

 

Mont-Sainte-Anne

is a world-class resort which offers 64 trails over three mountains and a snowpark with half pipe.  It also boasts a ski and snowboard school. 

 

Web site:   www.mont-sainte-anne.com

 

Stoneham

Just 20 minutes from Quebec City and offers a snow park and 32 trails over four mountains. 

 

Other ski areas and resorts in Quebec include:  Belle Neige, Camp Fortune, Edelweiss, Gray Rocks, Le Massif, Le Relais, Massif du Sud, Mont Alta, Mont Avila, Mont Blanc, Mont Cascades, Mont Fortin, Mont Garceau, Mont Grand Fonds, Mont Habitant, Mont Olympia, Mont Orford, Mont Orignal, Mont Saint-Sauveur, Mont Shefford, Mont Ste-Marie, Mont Sutton, Mont Ti-Basse, Mont Video, Montjove, Mont-Saine-Anne, Owl’s Head, Parc du Mont Glen, Parc du Mont-Comi, Ski Bromont, Ski Mont Gabriel, Ski Morin Heights, Ski Vorlage, Stoneham Ski Resort, Val D’Irene, Val Saint-Come, Vallee Bleue and Vallee du Parc.