Quebec Ski Resorts

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. Close to Quebec City you'll find Mont Sainte Anne which 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. Quebec is also filled with Nordic trails. The Gatineau Hills near Ottawa, Ontario is world renowned for it's trail system.
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Ottawa / Gatineaus, 1251 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 20 trails, 100 skiable acres
Mont Ste- Marie is located one hour north of Ottawa-Hull and boasts the highest vertical in the Gatineau area. 20 runs are spread over two peaks. Vanier Mountain offers beginner and intermediate terrain with long runs and spectacular views. The Liberation snowpark for beginner and expert is also located on this mountain. Cheval Blanc is geared more for the intermediate and expert cruising and steeps terrain. Mont Ste-Marie has the region's first skier cross complete with rollers and banked runs. Most of the skiable terrain is covered by snowmaking. A bar, boutique and restaurant can be found at the base.
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Northern Quebec, 787 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 20 trails
This ski area in Herbertville offers the highest lit mountain, a snowboard park and the longest snow sliding runs in the Saguenay-Lac Saint-Jean.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 600 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 10 trails, 55 skiable acres
Family skiing north of Montreal in Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts. 11 trails, snowboard facilities, night skiing and snowmaking to guarantee fun all await you.
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Northern Quebec, 1148 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 30 trails, 138 skiable acres
Le Valinouet is located in the heart of the Saguenay, Quebec. 30km of double cross country trails are linked to Mont Valin. With an average of 6 metres of snowfall a year the runs have 100 percent natural snow.
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Quebec City, 735 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 29 trails, 173 skiable acres
Ski centre located only 15 minutes from downtown Quebec City in the village of Lac-Beauport. It is the smallest of the four ski stations located near Quebec City.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 600 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 24 trails, 60 skiable acres
Hotel Le Chantecler offers 'right out your hotel door skiing' with a choice of 24 trails for all levels of expertise. It's located in the quaint village of Sainte-Adele, Quebec.
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Ottawa / Gatineaus, 656 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 18 trails
Edelweiss resort near Wakefield, Quebec is located a short drive from Ottawa. The tube sliding park is the biggest in the region plus enjoy night skiing 7 nights a week.
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Ottawa / Gatineaus, 590 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 24 trails, 95 skiable acres
Camp Fortune is the highest ski hill in the area just 15 minutes north of Ottawa/Hull, Quebec and lies within the Gatineau Park. Camp Fortune's 24 trails, 7 lifts, 2 separate ski areas and 1 terrain park provide a variety of terrain for skiers and snowboarders. 12 of the ski trails are lit for night skiing and boarding. The terrain park is also geared to all levels with a selection of jumps, rails, boxes and a wall. Buy a pass for specific use of The Acrobag, a huge soft cushion filled with airfor acrobatic maneuvers. A mini skate ramp is located in the Oaks/Fortune clubhouse. There is no lodging on the hill but there are two comfortable chalets with all the amenities -- cafeteria, rentals, boutique. Cross country ski or snowshoe throughout the massive Gatineau Park.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 656 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 31 trails, 107 skiable acres
Mont Olympia is a beginner friendly ski area located in the Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts valley of Quebec.
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Rimouski, 1003 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 26 trails
This small ski area is located in Saint-Donat. From the top of Mont-Comi was a breathtaking view of the entire region of the Mitis. The area offers downhill skiing as well as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 440 ft vertical, 8 lifts, 15 trails
This recreational area located 20 minutes from Montreal welcomes skiers in the park's northwest corner. Along with the 15 runs there is also a ski shop and ski school. French language site.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 394 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 9 trails
Noted for being Quebec's Ski Kindergarten, Mont Rigaud is located 50 km from Montreal. The family atmosphere, friendliness and the outdoors are the ingredients that make people enjoy the resort.
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Quebec City, 984 ft vertical, 2 lifts, 23 trails
Ski area located in Sainte-Germaine. Mont Orignal offers a 2-acre snowboard park for all levels and a world cup halfpipe, as well as an improved cross-country skiing network and glade skiing runs.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 450 ft vertical, 7 lifts, 24 trails, 100 skiable acres
Ski Montcalm, located in the Lanaudiere region of Quebec has lots to offer for every level skier. There are 23 runs on three slopes plus 2 snowboard parks for thrill-seekers.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 1000 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 37 trails, 100 skiable acres
Mont la Reserve is the second highest summit in the Laurentians. It's located in St-Donat, Quebec. Find a 1,000 ft vertical drop and 24 runs plus a snowshoe trail and tubing.
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Ottawa / Gatineaus, 450 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 17 trails, 80 skiable acres
Vorlage is located in the picturesque village of Wakefield, Quebec and only a short drive from Ottawa/Hull. The high lift capacity means short lines and 100 percent snowmaking ensures fantastic conditions. The hill also offers special lift price days and nights.
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Northern Quebec, 606 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 21 trails
This ski station is located in the heart of the MRC of seven rivers in the municipality of Gallix, halfway between the towns of Sept-Iles Port-Cartier.
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Eastern Townships, 627 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 18 trails
This ski resort, open evenings, offers plenty of challenges - a bump run, two snow parks and tree skiing for thrill-seekers. It's located in Tingwick, Quebec.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 1000 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 25 trails
Mont Garceau is the highest peak in the Lanaudiere region in Saint-Donat and less than 90 minutes from Montreal. It is bordered by two large lakes.
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Ottawa / Gatineaus, 541 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 20 trails, 60 skiable acres
Located 20 minutes north of downtown Ottawa / Hull / Gatineau near Cantley, Quebec this ski resort offers a full range of snow fun. Enjoy designated nights for lit skiing, snowboard in the 'Revolution' snowpark and much more.
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Rimouski, 790 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 24 trails, 65 skiable acres
Ski area located in Sainte-Irene in southwest of the Chic-Chocs. This club run ski hill receives some of the most snow in Eastern Quebec. Whatever your level of expertise, you will always find a slope for you. For extreme ski and snowboard fans, the north side is the place to go.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 365 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 19 trails, 40 skiable acres
Family skiing in Val-David, Quebec north of Montreal. With 19 trails services by three lifts there are no long lines to wait for fun on the snow.
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Shawinigan, 551 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 20 trails
Ski area located between Grand Mere and Shawinigan, Quebec. Strap on your skis and slide down one of their 18 tracks.
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Rimouski, 570 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 22 trails, 85 skiable acres
This ski area in Rimouski opens early in the season thanks to its snow-making system. Snowboarders have a choice of 3 parks to slide on. There is also night skiing on 16 of the 22 trails and a base chalet for apres-ski relaxing.
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Laurentians / Montreal, 1000 ft vertical, 4 lifts, 36 trails, 65 skiable acres
Ski center north of Montreal. The mountains 300m/985ft vertical drop and 36 trails promise a challenge to skiers and snowboarders.
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