Canada’s meeting place!
Ski in Resorts of Québec
Here, skiers and snowboarders can find a good long season to pursue their passion in a friendly atmosphere.
The province of Quebec is filled with ski resorts spread out over the Laurentian and Appalachian Mountains. The average season runs from late November through to April and sometimes into May. Mont Tremblant is a world destination resort located north of Montreal. The European designed base village is filled with restaurants, pubs, lodging and shopping. Mont Sainte Anne offers some of the best skiing in Eastern Canada with panoramic views of the St. Lawrence River. Le Massif is close enough to spend a day skiing at St. Anne and then heading over the next day to ski Massif. It has the highest vertical drop in Eastern Canada. Mont Saint-Sauveur is known for it’s world class night skiing. Driving through this area at night is a winter wonderland of twinkling lights from Sauveur, village storefronts and surrounding resorts. The Gatineau Hills near Ottawa, Ontario is world renowned for it’s trail system.
Here, we ski from sunrise to well beyond sunset.