QUEBEC CITY, CANADA
About The Resort
Mont-Sainte-Anne is a ski resort in eastern Canada, located in the town of Beaupré, Quebec, about 25 miles northeast of Quebec City. The mountain is part of the Laurentian mountain chain and has a summit elevation of 2,625 ft above sea level with a vertical drop of 2,051 ft. For day skiing, there are 71 available downhill ski trails covering 44 miles on the southern, northern, and western sides of the mountain. For night skiing, there are 19 trails covering 9.4 miles of the southern part of the mountain only. It is the highest vertical for night skiing in Canada. The average natural snowfall at the summit is 187 in.
Stoneham Mountain Resort is a ski resort, located north of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, in the municipality of Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury. It has a peak elevation of 2,075 feet above sea level and a vertical drop of 1,380 feet. There are 42 trails covering 820 acres over four mountains. Nineteen trails are available for night skiing, consisting of the largest network of night skiing in Canada. The resort is owned by Resorts of the Canadian Rockies.
Le Massif de Charlevoix, known as just Le Massif, is a ski area in Quebec, Canada, northeast of Quebec City and directly overlooking the St. Lawrence River. The Le Massif ski area is located in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, Charlevoix, Quebec, a 50-minute drive from Quebec City. Its vertical drop is 2,526 ft, the highest in Eastern Canada and east of the Rockies. It is one of the few ski areas that is accessible from both the base and summit. The skiing season usually lasts from early December to late April. Le Massif de Charlevoix has an above-average annual snowfall compared to other ski areas in Eastern Canada with a five-year average of 250 inches. While the snowpack at the summit can exceed 90 inches in a typical winter, the base is near sea level and can quickly begin to melt by April. La Charlevoix, the steepest trail with a pitch of 64%, is home to the only alpine training center east of the Rockies for Canada's athletes. The resort stretches from the top of the escarpment (actually a half-graben) to the bottom where the Saint Lawrence River flows past.
MONT SAINTE ANNE
GATEWAY CITY: Quebec DISTANCE: 1 hour ELEVATION: 575'-2625'
# OF LIFTS: 9 # OF MARKED TRAILS: 71 LONGEST RUN: 3.7 miles
BEGINNER RUNS: 21% INTERMEDIATE: 46% ADVANCE: 20% EXPERT: 13%
HIGHEST VERTICAL DROP: 2050'
GATEWAY CITY: Quebec DISTANCE: 1 hour ELEVATION: 695'-2075'
# OF LIFTS: 6 # OF MARKED TRAILS: 42 LONGEST RUN: 2 miles
BEGINNER RUNS: 25% INTERMEDIATE: 22% ADVANCE: 38% EXPERT: 15%
HIGHEST VERTICAL DROP: 1380'
GATEWAY CITY: Quebec DISTANCE: 1.25 hours ELEVATION: 118'-2644'
# OF LIFTS: 7 # OF MARKED TRAILS: 53 LONGEST RUN: 3.2 miles
BEGINNER RUNS: 15% INTERMEDIATE: 30% ADVANCE: 20% EXPERT: 35%
HIGHEST VERTICAL DROP: 2526'
3 Star Club Med (ALL INCLUSIVE) –
This all-inclusive hotel includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, ski passes, ski lessons, and drinks. Located at the base of Le Massif, Club Med offers breathtaking views, modern-designed rooms, classy restaurants, and a Gourmet Lounge.
5 Star Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac –
This wonderful castle-hotel is located in an ideal location in Old Quebec and features views of the St. Lawrence River. The elegantly designed guest rooms include large windows, cable TV, and a coffee maker. Guests are welcome to enjoy the indoor pool, hot tubs, and steam room, as well as the fitness center and on-site spa with a variety of treatments.
3 Star Courtyard by Marriott – Quebec City
Located in the Les Rivieres district, Courtyard by Marriott offers guests access to an indoor swimming pool. Each room includes a flat-screen cable TV and a private bathroom with a bathrobe and hair dryer. A fitness center is also available to all guests.
4 Star Clarendon Hotel – Quebec City
Just a 2-minute walk from Chateau Frontenac and several shops and restaurants, this 4-star hotel features on-site dining and room service. Free WiFi is available in each room, as well as cable TV, seating areas, and a coffee maker. Breakfast, seafood, and fish are all served at the Brasserie Les Mordus.