Complete with ski schools, equipment rental, great restaurants, spa facilities, and comfortable lodgings, Quebec's ski resorts offer the opportunity for a well-rounded, incredible ski vacation.
Mont Tremblant boasts one of the best Quebec ski experiences, thanks to its abundant snowfall and world-class snow-making infrastructure. Take in panoramic views of the Laurentians Mountains while enjoying more than 650 acres of skiable terrain. This winter wonderland caters to both beginner and advanced-level skiers while also offering snowboarding and ski training facilities as well as other winter activities like ice fishing, ice skating, dog sledding, and more. Choose from 22 easy trails, 28 intermediate, 32 difficult, and 14 expert downhill trails. Furthermore, the 62mi. of cross-country skiing trails, adjacent to the coniferous forest along the Diable River, is yet another of Mont Tremblant's attractions.
An hour's drive from Quebec City, Mont-Sainte-Anne promises an action-packed ski vacation with a couple of snow parks, one boardercross, four Alpine tour trails, and 71 ski runs. Delve into a one-of-a-kind adventure night skiing on the highest vertical drop in Canada, dropping 2,050ft. Mont Sainte-Anne also offers its skiers 19 floodlit runs and the country’s largest cross-country ski center. With 131mi. of ski trails including a 77mi. network of skating stride, Mont Sainte-Anne offers an incredible scope for both skiing and snowboarding.
One of the major resorts for skiing in Quebec, Mont Sutton, located in the Eastern Townships, offers abundant powder snow. With 194 junctions and 40 percent wooded ski slopes, Mt. Sutton is definitely a unique ski resort. Family-owned since 1960, the ski area offers four beautiful mountain chalets and boasts an excellent après ski bar. This family-friendly ski area has a daycare for children aged two to five years, and kids under six years of age enjoy skiing for free. The slope-side chalets are clustered to the mountain’s right. The slope sides also house sugar shacks selling local maple syrup lollies, a must try. If you opt to stay off the slopes, make use of the free shuttle service to get back and forth between the mountain and the village.
World-class ski resorts with acres of skiable areas for all skill levels, junior programs, babysitting services, and a plethora of winter activities make skiing in Quebec an unforgettable experience for families with kids.
Set near the U.S. border and by the St. Lawrence River, this is the highest ski resort you'll encounter near Quebec City. Families flock here for its quality dry snow and for experiencing high-road skiing while enjoying incredible scenic views. Over 18mi. of cross-country skiing, over twelve miles of snowshoeing, and areas for glade skiing add to the thrills. For downhill skiers and snowboarders, there are 32 runs, several lifts, and elevations of 1,689ft. and 3,000ft. at this winter sports hub. One of the top attractions at this ski resort is Catski Safari, a guided ski adventure for intermediate and advanced skiers.
Located in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, this family-friendly ski resort boasts 163 acres of skiable terrain. Fifty trails run through the ski resort with 30 percent beginner runs, 40 percent runs for intermediate skiers, and the rest dedicated to advanced skiers. Beginners and kids can enroll in the resort’s top-notch sports school to learn or hone their ski skills. Expect to find several ski-in and ski-out lodges for accommodation in this well-groomed ski resort. Plenty of cafeterias, bars, and restaurants add to the cheerful, bustling atmosphere of the resort. A child day care facility makes the ski holiday all the more convenient for families with small children.
Featuring the fourth highest summit at 2800ft., Mont Orford presents visitors with plenty of slopes for skiing and snowboarding spanning three mountains. With 245 acres of skiable terrain and a vertical drop of 1933ft., the resort offers ski fun for several levels: easy, difficult, very difficult, and extremely difficult. The resort’s snow park is a must-see. Located at the bottom of a beginner trail, it includes multiple modules and a couple of lines, one for beginners and the other for advanced, and two jumps in a row.