Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, Val David or Ste. Adèle are all long-time settlements, with loads of history and activities along your drive to Quebec City today.
Ste-Agathe-des-Monts, Val David or Ste. Adèle are all long-time settlements, with loads of history and activities along your drive to Quebec City today. You will also drive through Trois-Riviéres - one of the major commercial ports in Québec.
Québec City is one of the oldest cities in North America. The architecture is reminiscent of 17th Century Europe and the streets are still paved in cobblestones. Enjoy your time discovering this beautiful city.
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After your ski day, drive the short distance to Mont-Sainte-Anne. This extraordinary mountain is renowned for impeccable snow conditions.
The skiable terrain includes 71 trails and 4 snow parks spread across 3 sides of the mountain. After sundown, 19 trails remain floodlit, which makes Mont-Sainte-Anne the highest vertical drop for night skiing in the country.
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Only an hour north from Mont-Sainte-Anne, in the Charlevoix region, is Le Massif Ski Resort. is spectacular - you will see the St. Lawrence River from the high points of this resort, as many of the runs have a vantage point to give you an incredible view. It appears that the water lapping at the shoreline lies directly below the base of the mountain.
In actuality, it is a few kilometres away. However, you can certainly get a good view of commercial tanker ships going up and down the St. Lawrence River as you plunge down the slopes.
This mountain is the highest in Québec and one of the most popular in eastern North America. It has a vertical drop of more than 2,500 ft. with the longest run taking you along 2.36 miles of trail in deep snow. Le Massif also has unlimited runs for snowboarding.
Make sure you bring a good pair of sunglasses, as the sun shines brightly and creates a sparkle on the bright blue water in the St. Lawrence River. There is also a strong glare coming off of the snow when the sun is out. The river does have ice floating in it, but it does not freeze over.
Le Massif stands in the area of Charlevoix, which is also a great region for cross-country skiing. There is plenty of snow here and many kilometres of trails that require beginner to intermediate skill levels. The trails begin very close to Quebec City and wander for long distances, both close to the banks of the St. Lawrence River and points north and northeast. Where cross-country skiing is possible, you will also find dog-sledding, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.