Ski Québec – Best Ski Holidays

Ski the Québec way

Three beautiful regions, ten glittering Québec ski areas.

Ooh la la, a ski holiday in Québec is unlike any other. A range of slopes and stylish après-ski. Delicious meals and unforgettable landscapes. Warm approachable people who love to share their unique blend of European and Canadian cultures. Winter is the perfect time to fall in love and ski Québec and with a variety of ski resorts in close proximity, there’s a winter getaway here to suit everyone’s taste.

The Laurentians

Photo © Tourisme Laurentides

The Laurentians are a feast of snowy whiteness, famous for smooth grooming, superb lodging, and fun-packed villages with après ski all day and all night.

Tremblant’s quaint European-style ski village is nestled at the foot of the slopes, with shops, restaurants and lively bars all within walking distance. For an amazing mountain getaway, escape to the tranquil snowshoe trails or downhill slopes of Mont Blanc, or ride a horse-drawn calèche through snowy Saint-Sauveur for après-ski with a difference. Plan your trip with family or friends, and delight in skiing day or night.

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Photo © Tourisme Laurentides

Eastern Townships

Photo © Mont SUTTON

For a whiff of New England charm laced with Québec flair, foodie-friendly Eastern Townships await.

With four stunning mountains and four national parks just minutes apart, these scenic villages are surrounded by maple trees, rolling hills and charming inns. Night skiing is part of the local culture at Bromont and families appreciate the chance to wind down amid the relaxed intimacy of Mont Orford and Owl’s Head resorts. Mont Sutton receives an astonishing 200 inches of snow each winter, creating a gorgeous world of fluffy snow and scenic glade runs. Take a spin on the region’s beloved Wine Road, a scenic 60 mile drive through beautiful ice cider and ice wine producing vineyards, local farm products, artist workshops and cozy B&Bs.

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Photo © Mont SUTTON

Québec City and Charlevoix

Photo © André-Olivier Lyra

History, heritage and style light up the world-famous regions of Québec City and Charlevoix.

A UNESCO walled treasure, Québec City delivers European flair alongside unforgettable cuisine, romantic hotels and exciting events including the annual Winter Carnival. The Charlevoix region is a photographer’s dream with breathtaking views in every direction. In fact, the region is a feast for all the senses with its inimitable gastronomical wonders and an inexhaustible list of places to visit. Just outside Québec City at Mont Ste Anne, incredible on-slope vistas extend south to the St Lawrence River. For après-ski that warms you up, try Stoneham’s famous night skiing then hit the hot tubs. And last but not least, look up, look down: more than 20 feet of light powder falls each year on Le Massif where mountains meet the sea. Here, breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River never disappoint and you can ski, sled or ride backcountry on the same mountain playground. A Québec ski safari has never been such fun.

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Photo © Olivier Croteau

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