Skiing and other winter pleasures
Abundant snow, breathtaking vistas and legendary après-ski make Québec one of the best ski destinations. With nearly half of its ski areas located less than an hour’s drive from three major urban centres, it’s easy to combine sliding sports with urban fun. Make it a true getaway by staying right at the ski resort or at nearby accommodations. It’s a great way to sample local cuisine and explore picturesque villages, and an excellent opportunity to try other activities such as fatbiking, snowshoeing or tubing.
400 to 700 cm of natural snow each season
Panoramic views of the mountains and the St. Lawrence River.
22 ski resorts less than an hour’s drive from Montréal, Québec and Gatineau.
Explore our vast playground
Enjoy a long sliding season NATURAL SNOW AND EXCEPTIONAL LANDSCAPES
Abundant natural snow and well-maintained runs prolong the sliding season and make for exceptional spring skiing, so you can extend your enjoyment of our breathtaking views!© Tremblant© Le Massif de Charlevoix
Try something different NIGHT SKIING
Over 572 lit runs at 48 ski stations make Québec the largest offering of illuminated ski areas in the world! See your environment under a different light as you fly down the hill at sunset or under a starry sky.Ski Bromont © TQ/M.DupuisSommet Saint-Sauveur © TQ/C.Mercier
Get off the beaten track ALPINE TOURING AND BACKCOUNTRY SKIING
The joy of skiing freely in the mountains, communing with nature and taking advantage of an abundant snow cover! There is no better way to get off the beaten path and enjoy privileged access to wide open spaces and a thick coat of white powdery snow.Parc national de la Gaspésie © TQ/S.DeschênesAuberge de montagne des Chic-Chocs © TQ/P.Carbonneau
Pleasure and relaxation after your day APRÈS-SKI
Quebecers are warm-blooded people who know how to enjoy their après-ski time! Local specialties, winter events, spas, quaint villages and nearby urban attractions are what Québec après-ski is all about.Village de Tremblant © TQ/C.MercierSPA Bolton, Cantons-de-l’Est © TQ/C.Mercier