Mont-Sainte-Anne

2000, boulevard du Beau-Pré
Beaupré
QC, G0A 1E0

With an altitude of 803 m (2634.5'), this mountain in the Laurentians is only 40 km (24.9 miles) from downtown Québec City.

A variety of outdoor activities may be practised here year-round, making it the recreational destination of choice for sport enthusiasts. There is so much to do at Mont-Sainte-Anne that you could not possibly do everything in one day! Summer activities include mountain biking, golfing, hiking, canyoning, handgliding and a ropes course.

In the winter, you can go downhill or cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fatbiking or ice canyoning. Sport equipment may be rented onsite. This resort has its own ski school for those who would like to improve their confidence on the slopes.

If you would like to try something original, how about doing some canicross, going disc golfing or testing your balance on a slack line? For children, there are push bikes and a playground.

In the fall, be sure to take a stroll through the woods to admire the stunning multi-coloured forest canopy. Alternately, you may take in the leafy sea of reds and yellows from aboard a cable car as you travel to the top of the mountain; the view is just as spectacular!

Activities
  • Cross-Country Skiing

    Mont-Sainte-Anne has the largest cross-country ski centre in Canada, with its 200 km (124.3 mi.) of trails, including 191 km (118.7-mi.) network for…

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  • Snowshoeing

    Mont-Sainte-Anne cross-country ski center has several snowshoeing trails for your enjoyment (60 km/37.3 mi.) with varied courses and 26 km (16 mi.)…

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  • Fat Biking

    The fat bike is a derivative of the mountain bike mounted on big tires that allow to bike all winter in groomed trails. Mont-Sainte-Anne fat bike…

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  • Backcountry skiing

    Mont-Sainte-Anne offers you to climb to the summit with your skins or your split board and then enjoy your favourite trail among the 71 available,…

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  • Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding

    Only 30 minutes from Québec City, Mont-Sainte-Anne boasts incredible ski conditions, with 71 trails, 2 snow parks, 1 boardercross run and 3 trails of…

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  • Parks, Reserves and Resorts

    Only 30 minutes from Québec City, Mont-Sainte-Anne is a 4-season activities in a breathtaking setting. The skiable terrain includes 71 trails and 2…

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  • Mountain Biking

    Mont-Sainte-Anne has the most exciting network of biking trails in Eastern Canada, with 110 km of cross-country bike trails for all levels of ability…

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  • Hiking

    At the base of Mont-Sainte-Anne, 26 miles (42 km) of trails for all levels allow hikers to roam through a vast diversified terrain, like panoramic…

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Shuttle :
*The 2020/2021 Ski bus has been suspended* Mont-Sainte-Anne and Le Massif ski areas are both easily accessible from Québec City. Just hop on the Ski Bus, which picks up passengers at all the major hotels in the city centre.

Schedule:
Monday: 9am - 4pm
Tuesday: 9am - 4pm
Wednesday: 9am - 4pm
Thursday: 9am - 4pm
Friday: 9am - 4pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 4pm
Sunday: 8:30am - 4pm

Access for Mobility Impaired People:
Partial

Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site, Outdoor on site for a fee

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2000, boulevard du Beau-Pré
Beaupré, QC,
G0A 1E0
Mont-Sainte-Anne
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  • Cross-Country Skiing

    Mont-Sainte-Anne has the largest cross-country ski centre in Canada, with its 200 km (124.3 mi.) of trails, including 191 km (118.7-mi.) network for skating. It is located only 7 km (4.3 mi.) from the downhill ski trails and could be accessible by car or cross-country ski trails. Rustic cottages, cafeteria, shop, rental equipment and waxing room on site. Several snowshoeing trails for your enjoyment (60 km/37.3 mi.) with varied courses and 26 km (16 mi.) of fat bike trails.

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    Number of Trails - Easy: 6
    Number of Trails - Intermediate: 8
    Number of Trails - Difficult: 5
    Length: 124 miles

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    Backcountry Sector
    Cross-Country Ski Rentals
    Ski-Skating
  • Snowshoeing

    Mont-Sainte-Anne cross-country ski center has several snowshoeing trails for your enjoyment (60 km/37.3 mi.) with varied courses and 26 km (16 mi.) of fat bike trails. Mont-Sainte-Anne has the largest cross-country ski centre in Canada, with its 200 km (124.3 mi.) of trails, including 191 km (118.7-mi.) network for skating. Only 7 km (4.3 mi.) from the downhill ski trails, accessible by car or by cross-country ski trails. Rustic cottages, cafeteria, shop, rental equipment and waxing room on site.

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    Difficulty Level: Easy, Intermediate, Difficult
    Length: 41.6 miles

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    Backcountry Sector
    Snowshoe Rental
  • Fat Biking

    The fat bike is a derivative of the mountain bike mounted on big tires that allow to bike all winter in groomed trails. Mont-Sainte-Anne fat bike trail network counts 20 km of trails, located at the Cross-Country Skiing Center, 7 km away from the alpine mountain. They have been designed to fit all levels of riders, from beginners to experienced fat bikers.

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    Access fee: Yes
    Length: 14.3 miles
    Trails Rating: Easy, Intermediate, Difficult

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    BMX
    Bicycle shop and repair
    Cross-Country
    Dirt Jump, Bike Park
    Downhill Trails
    Freeride
  • Backcountry skiing

    Mont-Sainte-Anne offers you to climb to the summit with your skins or your split board and then enjoy your favourite trail among the 71 available, thanks to ascent paths for alpine touring skiers. Those paths are located on the South Side and North Side of the mountain. This allows the alpine touring skiers to ski both faces of the mountain, covering a variety of terrain. While alpine touring in ski resorts is most of the time offered along the existing downhill slopes, these trails take hikers through picturesque scenery of the mountain forests.

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  • Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding

    Only 30 minutes from Québec City, Mont-Sainte-Anne boasts incredible ski conditions, with 71 trails, 2 snow parks, 1 boardercross run and 3 trails of alpine touring, all of them spread over 3 sides of the mountain. With 19 illuminated runs, Mont-Sainte-Anne has the highest vertical drop for night skiing in Canada. This resort, renowned for the quality of its snow and the daily grooming of its slopes, has one of the province's longest ski seasons. The gondola affords a breathtaking view of the St. Lawrence River.

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    Elevation: 2050 feet
    Number of Trails: 71
    Number of Trails - Easy: 15
    Number of Trails - Difficult: 33
    Number of Trails - Very difficult: 14
    Number of Trails - Extremely Difficult: 9
    Number of Lifts: 9
    Number of Trails - Night Skiing: 19

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    Backcountry Sector
    Bunny Hill
    Child Care Service
    Equipment Rental
    Snowboard Park
  • Parks, Reserves and Resorts

    Only 30 minutes from Québec City, Mont-Sainte-Anne is a 4-season activities in a breathtaking setting. The skiable terrain includes 71 trails and 2 snow parks spread across 3 sides of the mountain. After sundown, 19 trails remain floodlit. Enjoy the "boardercross" and alpine hiking. The XC ski center offers 200 km of trails, including 191 km for skating. In summer, discover our XC, DH and Enduro bike and hiking trails at the base and the top of the mountain. Le Grand Vallon golf course offers 18 or 9 holes with a splendid view on the mountain.

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  • Mountain Biking

    Mont-Sainte-Anne has the most exciting network of biking trails in Eastern Canada, with 110 km of cross-country bike trails for all levels of ability. The 25-kilometre downhill trail network offers everything from fast-paced adrenaline rushes to turns that are easy for the less experienced to handle. The "Enduro" season pass lets you ride the cablecar free once a day and grants you access to any mountain trail you please. Ten times as much fun—guaranteed! And don't forget about the pump track at the foot of the mountain. No more excuses for not tearing up the trails this summer.

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    Access fee: Yes
    Length: 99 miles
    Trails Rating: Easy, Intermediate, Difficult

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    BMX
    Bicycle shop and repair
    Cross-Country
    Dirt Jump, Bike Park
    Downhill Trails
    Freeride
  • Hiking

    At the base of Mont-Sainte-Anne, 26 miles (42 km) of trails for all levels allow hikers to roam through a vast diversified terrain, like panoramic loops or technical trails. After getting to the summit with our panoramic gondolas, you should make a stop at the lookout tower to enjoy a 360 degrees panoramic view of the St. Lawrence River, the South shore, Orléans Island and even the Laurentian mountain range, going all the way to Québec City. A multitude of trails with interpretation panels and spectacular view on North and West shores are offered for your entire satisfaction.

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    Admission Fee: Yes
    Length: 26 miles
    Hiking Season: Year-round
    Trail Rating: Easy, Intermediate, Difficult

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    Pet-Friendly
    Toilets
    Winter Hiking