Mont-Sainte-Anne
Mont-Sainte-Anne is known as a place for expert skiing. The resort hosted plenty of different contests and championships. The place boasts lots of ski facilities like ski schools, rentals and many more.
Mont-Sainte-Anne

Mont-Sainte-Anne provides the unique advantage of a first-class resort and a historic city providing a French European atmosphere.

Latest investments in snowmaking systems and grooming guarantee that the snow conditions meet the world standards. Moreover, Mont-Sainte-Anne takes its pride in the highest vertical descent in Canada for night skiing.

The south face caters to advanced skiers and snowboarders, when beginners will relish the north and west sides. 

Snowboarders are invited all over the mountain and they will especially relish the 26.250 sq. meter (282,500 sq.ft.) snowboard park with a half-pipe. Mont-Sainte-Anne hosted regularly the Snowboard World Cup tour.

Cross-country skiers will enjoy 212 km of groomed trails for classic skiing and 125 km for skaters at Mont-Sainte-Anne Cross Country Centre, just in few minutes from the downhill area. The site is known as one of the best Nordic centers in Canada and has been the home for several national championship events.

Mont-Sainte-Anne added some new facilities, as well as a gladed trail for intermediates, a new half-pipe, innovative magic carpet lift, new ski school programs and a new bus from Montreal and Trois-Rivières.

The dynamic ski and snowboard school provides private and group lessons for skiers and snowboarders of all levels, seven days a week.

If you are driving from Quebec City, you should take Route 138 east to Beaupre and Route 360 to Mont-Sainte-Anne.

Resort Information

Resort elevation: 575 ft (175 m)
Season duration: November - April
Number of lifts: 13
Number/length of trails: 64
Snowboarding: +
Easiest: 23%
Advanced: 46%
More difficult: 18%
Expert: 13%

Lift Prices

(in US dollars)

 

 Adult    

Student    

Sr 

Youth 

 Day

 53

 40

 43

 28

 Half Day

 41

 30

 33

 21

 Night

 25

 22

 22

 14


         
Contact Information

Telephone:  418 827-4561
Snow Phone:  888 827-4579
FAX:  418 827-3121

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