10 Ski Resorts for All Experience Levels
by Optoplus / January 2022
Whether you’re looking for thrills or a gentle slope to learn to ski or snowboard, Quebec is home to nearly a hundred ski resorts that are as diverse as they are magnificent: for everyone from beginners to experts! So, grab your prescription ski goggles (YES! It’s a thing!) to see perfectly on the slopes and above all else, not miss any of the exceptional scenery our region has to offer.
What more could you ask for than accessibility and low-priced slope access? Sommet Gabriel is the ideal spot to learn all there is to know about the sport and take advantage of affordable snow school.
Open day and night, this double hillside mountain overlooks a valley and a century-old village that lights up when the sun goes down. Ideal for the whole family!
With 23 easy trails, the fourth highest ski area in Quebec offers a wide variety of slopes for novice skiers and boarders in a breathtaking setting.
Le Massif de Charlevoix
Boasting the highest vertical drop east of the Rockies, Le Massif Charlevoix offers a true ski and snowboard experience; 12 beginner, 20 intermediate and 27 expert trails including off-piste sectors. A must-see!
Bromont, montagne d'expériences
Recognized as the largest evening ski resort in North America, more than 100 trails for all levels will make you see the sport differently.
With a 625-meter vertical drop, an abundance of natural snow and breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence River, Mont Saint-Anne is a little piece of paradise with its intermediate trails!
Station Mont Tremblant
While Mont Tremblant offers trails for all levels of experience, it is best known for its wide variety of expert runs and its village at the foot of the mountain, the perfect retreat for a sports holiday!
Stoneham Mountain Resort
Located a mere 20 minutes from Québec City, thrill seekers will be able to practice their prowess day and night in the famous Olympic halfpipe.
Experienced skiers and snowboarders can create their own snowy glades thanks to Mont Sutton’s unique glade concept and its numerous trail junctions. An absolute must!
Massif du Sud
Expert slopes, unparalleled powdery snow and memorable glades: With its 915 meters of altitude, the Massif du Sud is an incomparable playground for adrenaline seeking sports enthusiasts.
In addition to ensuring your safety and visibility on the blinding slopes, the right choice of ski goggles will also protect you from the harmful UV rays or the winter sun and its powerful reflections on the snow. Take charge of your eye health and do not hesitate to contact your optometrist to learn more about ski goggle lenses tailored to your vision.
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