Mont Sainte Anne Beaupre
Where are we going today?
It's time to hit the slopes in Quebec, with Mont-Sainte-Anne - in summer OR winter!
This year around adventure offers trails and activities for the whole family. Even kids as young as 6 months can enjoy the Children's Centre!
Most people associate ski resorts with winter, and rightly so - there is always so much to see and do when that white powder has fallen. Naturally, skiing and snowboarding is the most popular activity there. There are different trails for different experience levels, and there are always friendly staff around to help. If you really are nervous about the first time on the slopes, why not take the classes that they offer - a great way to get started!
If you want to try something a little more challenging, Mont-Sainte-Anne offer Cross Country Skiing, where you can tackle 200km of trails, including a 191km network for skating stride! Do you know what that means? It's the LARGEST cross-country ski centre in the entire North America!
The family can enjoy alpine touring, as well as snow shoeing, and if that wasn't all, there are other fun activities that you can enjoy in those cooler months including paragliding, ice skating, ice canyoning and dog sledding! Pretty cool!
But, the fun doesn't have to end when the snow does. Mont-Sainte-Anne is a year around experience, so when that sun is out just get the family out enjoying those other fun activities including mountain biking, golf, hiking, or just enjoying the views from the panoramic gondola!
Truly a family destination, Mont-Sainte-Anne is a great excuse to turn off those televisions and enjoy what Mother Nature created - on skis!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsSki pass $76/day. Other activities vary
- ChildrenSki pass $38 - $55/day
When can we go?
Hours are seasonal. Winter hours 8:30am - 4pm
All year round. Activities seasonal.
They offer school programs and camps, so why not give them a call to arrange something!.
There are a host of places to fill those rumbling tummies either on the mountain, or close by. They have bistros, bars, snacks, and coffee shops! You can enjoy anything from pizzas, to pastas and fondues!.
They have soups and sandwiches, as well as healthy snacks available from the many food outlets!.
Any Top Tips?
Multi-day passes are great money savers if you want to really enjoy the slopes!.
Need a little extra help?
Speak to staff if you have any questions about accessibility, or require any assistance.
Can I get one of those?
There are plenty of sports equipment retailers where you can pick up some great items.
Make sure you take sunglasses, the snow can be really reflective!.
What people are saying?
by Jesse Welty
Nice variety of trails, though the Chemin du Roi should be tried for treason. Very, very flat. Also, the summit has flat areas, so if you are moving from one side to the other (e.g. from the gondola to La Crête), plan accordingly. Otherwise, delightful and it's nice to have trails covering all sides of the mountain.
by DJ REMZ
Overpriced, they compact the fresh 20 cms of snow until it freezes into a thick crust under the wind, they do it often, i am a customer for 20 years and more, there, it always been good, but since 3 years , I dont know if they changed the management, but there is definitely a couple of steps down from what we are used to get, in matter of quality at MSA...not coming back this year.
by Marko Golubovic
Absolutely awesome. Especially night skiing. Been there many times and I always want to go back. Also great if you stay in Quebec City and just drive to the slopes. It's only a half hour drive. HIGHLY RECOMMEND
by Victor Xu
great place for a quick run. 30 mins away from Quebec city.
by Darryl Rolfe
Absolute best hill in Quebec for value, terrain. Have been coming here for well over twenty years and it just keeps getting better with lifts, new terrain. Never crowded it's a great place to spend a week. The gondola provides awesome access to top to bottom night skiing.