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We ski from sunrise to well beyond sunset. And that’s just the beginning. With so much to do, we almost wish it lasted all year long.
We ski from sunrise to well beyond sunset. And that’s just the beginning. With so much to do, we almost wish it lasted all year long.
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Snow-shoeing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, dog-sledding…
We can build an igloo or make angels in the snow.
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Our 80+ ski hills are less than 2 hours away from Montréal and Québec City.
I mean, Stoneham is 20 minutes from Québec City – talk about a last minute getaway!
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The coolest place for cocktail hour is in a bar made of ice.
We love our ice palaces, so much, sometimes we even sleep there!

did
 you
know?

  • snowmobiling
    can be enjoyed on over 33,700 km (20,000 mi.) of groomed and signposted trails, a network larger than all of Québec’s highways.

  • Québec Winter Carnival
    is the world’s largest winter carnival.

  • Château Frontenac
    is likely the most photographed hotel in the world.

  • Montréal
    is the second-largest French-speaking city on the planet.

  • Aboriginal communities
    of Québec include 11 major families: Abenaki, Algonquin, Attikamek, Cree, Huron-Wendat, Innu, Malecite, Mi’kmaq, Mohawk, Naskapi and Inuit.

  • Charlevoix region
    owes its rugged terrain to a meteorite two kilometres (1.3 mi.) across that hit the area 350 million years ago. It’s a rare spot where you can do some whale watching with both feet planted firmly on the shore.

  • Cirque du Soleil
    always presents the world premieres of its shows in Québec.

  • Québec's territory
    is three times the area of France.

  • RÉSO
    is a system of pedestrian corridors that connect the metro stations and crisscross downtown Montréal. A veritable underground city, the RÉSO has 32 km (20 mi.) of corridors filled with boutiques and small merchants.

  • maple syrup
    is a treat enjoyed around the world, and 80% of it is produced in Québec.

  • Montréal Canadiens
    is the oldest hockey team in the world that has played without interruption.

  • La Macaza airfield
    is the Mont-Tremblant International Airport. It is made up entirely of log cabins.

  • 6 Rue Donnacona, Québec City
    is the address of the narrowest house in North America. It is only 3.7 m (12 ft.) wide.

  • Québec’s lakes
    are so numerous that people can’t agree on their number. Some say there are 500,000! Officially, there are 8,275 lakes over 3 km2 (1.2 sq. mi.) in size.

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Oooh oui, do we ever ski. We ski all day long and well into the night, because we love the sun on our cheeks and slaloms under the stars, especially at Mont Saint-Sauveur with its world-class night skiing.
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Welcome to the land of foodies. We love fine cuisine, but sometimes all we crave is some hot maple syrup on snow. Our food mixes the best of North America and Europe.
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After ski, it’s time to take off our tuques and put on our party hats. There’s nothing like a good winter celebration, from the Québec Winter Carnival to dancing in the streets at the Montréal en Lumière festival.
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The colder it is, the more we love to snuggle up for the night. In a chalet with the fire crackling in Mont Tremblant Village or in a log cabin in the quiet of the forest… we have the cosiest and the classiest choice of lodging.

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