Camp Fortune is a family day ski area just 15 minutes north of Ottawa / Hull in Quebec. Camp Fortune’s 23 hills, 7 lifts, 3 separate ski areas and 1 Terrain Park provides a wide variety of terrain for local skiers. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
The ski resort near Magog, Quebec consists of 3 summits with 61 runs. The main summit is served by a hybrid chairlift with both gondolas and 6-person chairs. Mont Orford Ski Resort covers three mountains—Mont Orford, Alfred-Des-Rochers, and Giroux. Thanks to the three-mountain layout and four skiable faces, skiers and riders can follow the sun while being protected from the wind. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
Mont Saint-Sauveur is known for its world class night skiing. 4 quads provide lifts up the ridgeline slopes to 38 runs. There are many amenities that you'd find at a large mountain from slopeside lodging to outlet shopping. Sauveur also connects to neighbouring Mont Avila. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
Mont Sainte-Anne is home to some of the best skiing in Eastern Canada with spectacular views of the St. Lawrence River. The mountain has a summit elevation of 800 metres (2625 ft) above sea level and a vertical drop of 625 m (2050 ft). Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
With 39 trails spread over three mountains and a vertical drop of 1,380 feet (420 meters), Stoneham Mountain Resort caters to every category of skiers. At night, it has 19 lighted trails. The resort is located 20 minutes north of Quebec City. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map · More Topics
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. Resort Overview · Map · Snow Report
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.
The Massif du Sud is the highest ski area in the Quebec region, located between the village of Saint-Damien-de-Buckland and the village of Saint-Philémon in Bellechasse, Quebec. It is one of the 'best kept secrets' in Quebec and offers incredible snow conditions as it is only open Friday through Sunday.
Mont Avila is located in the Saint-Sauveur area. MSS SNOPRK, Quebec's most impressive snowpark awaits freestyle flying. The hill also offers tube slides for family fun. Resort Overview · Snow Report · Trail Map
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.
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. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report
Mont Olympia is a beginner friendly ski area located in the Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts valley of Quebec. 30 trails offer a variety of runs for all levels. 18 of the runs are night lit. Resort Overview · Map · Snow Report · Trail Map
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. Resort Overview · Lodging · Map · Snow Report
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.