Mont Sainte Anne

Mont Sainte Anne—one of the classic Quebec ski resorts—is situated just 30 minutes outside vibrant Quebec City, the center of French culture in North America. And where you’ll find the Historic District of Old Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Restaurants, clubs and other activities abound, but you’re here for the skiing.

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Mont Sainte Anne will not disappoint. Long, meandering, seemingly endless beginner runs. High speed cruisers. A selection of expert runs you won’t soon forget. High speed lifts. And a vertical of 2,050 feet. They’ve got it all.

Want to check the Mont Ste. Anne Webcams?
Control-click the links below:
Base Webcam
North Summit Webcam
South Summit Webcam

Control-Click for Trail Map of Mont Ste Anne South

Control-Click for Trail Map of Mont Ste Anne North

3 thoughts on “Mont Sainte Anne

  1. HI Dave, I came across your site last night while booking a weekend to Tremblant. I usually go to St. Anne 2-3 times a year but figured I’d mix it up for this last weekend. What a great concept! I was literally trying to find out what runs would be best as I know the line ups and mountain traffic at Tremblant can be a drag and I don’t want to waste my time. I ski most of the blues at St Anne pretty aggressively, depending on conditions and carve well. What runs should I check out at Tremblant? I saw the one video and I will definitely check out Beauchemin Haut. Would you have any other suggestions? Many Thanks–John

    1. John:
      Sorry about the delay responding. I expect you would have little or no trouble skiing many of the single black diamond runs at Tremblant that you find on First Tracks. Taschereau, McCulloch, Duncan, and many more. Tobogan (a blue) is also well worth checking out. But watch the videos for all the black diamond runs–your description of how you ski: “aggressively” and “carve well” tells me you’d love these runs.
      Hope I’m not too late. Have a great time.
      Best,
      Dave O.

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