Mont Sainte Anne Travel Guide
Mont Sainte Anne Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Quebec
- Resort Altitude (metres): 175m
- Ski Season: November - April
- Mountain Range: Laurentian Mountains
- Number of Lifts: 13
- Highest Lift (metres): 800m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 175m
- Number of Slopes: 56
- Snowboarding: yes: 26 250 square meter snowboard park including a half pipe
- Cross Country (km): 349km
Mont Sainte Anne Ski Information
The biggest attraction in the area has to be Quebec City with its unmistakeable French flair. Sights in the city incude numerous museums such as Musee du Fort and Musee de Circe which is a wax museum housed in an 18th century building. The Basilique de Notre Dame de Quebec is one of the cities most popular sights and a walk around picturesque old Quebec is a must. Other activities at Mont Sainte Anne include a fantastic paragliding school where you can try a tadem flight with an instructor, sleigh rides, dogsledding and an ice skating rink for the whole family.
- Languages: English
- Temperatures: from -10°C to -3°C
- Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
- Emergency contact numbers: Police 916
- Population: 5500
- Religion: 45% Catholic
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Mont Sainte Anne has various recreational actvities such as a bowling alley and sports centre as well as numerous restaurants serving US cuisine, fast food, French and traditional cuisine. Quebec City also has delicious restaurants but can be very expensive and is the best place to go for some vibrant nightlife. Try Maurices, a local night club with stylish velvet couches and cigar rooms as well as Chez Dagobert which is a modern European dance club with light shows and a great atmosphere.
Located only 30 minutes drive from stunning Quebec City which is known as the cultural capital of North America, Mont Sainte Anne has the largest range of trails in Eastern Canada and hosts amny world cup events. Trails are spread over 3 side of the mountain and have breathtaking scenery of the Laurentians to the north and the Lawrence River to the south. The resort also has the highest vertical drop for night skiing in Canada, five market snowshoe trail through the woods, snowmobiling trails and for something different visit the Sugar Shack where you can enjoy the delicious local treat made by pouring boiling maple syrup onto fresh snow to create a taffy lolly.
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