Mont Saint Sauveur Travel Guide

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Mont Saint Sauveur Ski Resort

  • Nearest town: Montreal
  • Resort Altitude (metres): 213m
  • Ski Season: October - May
  • Mountain Range: Laurentian Mountains
  • Number of Lifts: 9
  • Highest Lift (metres): 629m
  • Lowest Lift (metres): 416m
  • Number of Slopes: 29
  • Snowboarding: yes: terrain park with rolls
  • Cross Country (km): 40km

Mont Saint Sauveur Ski Information

General information

The villatge of Saint Sauveur des Monts is said to be the place where Quebec's ski industry was born and today offers a nice escape from the slopes. Visit the village square that is dominated by a handsome church and enjoy the hustle and bustle of the surrounding streets where you will find quaint shops and lovely little restaurants. The biggest event in the town is the Festival des Arts held in July with an emphasis on music and dance. You can also take a day trip to Montreal where you can visit museums, art galleries, churches and to get away from the cold head to the unique underground city with its numerous shops, theatres, hotels and offices.

  • Languages: English
  • Temperatures: from -10°C to -3°C
  • Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
  • Emergency contact numbers: Police 917
  • Population: 4800
  • Religion: 45% Catholic
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Apres-ski

The town of Saint Sauveur des Monts has a number of lovely cafes and restaurants servinganything from crepes to hotdogs. For good nightlife and a dazzling selection of restaurants serving every imaginable type of cuisine, drive 60km to Montreal. If Montreal is too far, drive 7km to Ste Adele which is the largest town in the area and has a shopping centre and numerous restaurants.

Overview

Located in the Laurentians, Mont Saint Sauveur is one of the loveliest ski villages in North America and is one of the five ski areas in the valley of saint Sauveur. Mont Saint Sauveur is connected to the other four resorts, Mont Avila, Mont Olympia, Mont Gabriel and Morin Heights, by a free shuttle service. The region is sometimes refered to as The Valley of Stars because when the sun goes down it becomes the largest joint night skiing area in the world with Mont Saint Sauveur offering 23 well lit trails.

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