I have been skiing at Mont-Sainte-Anne for several years now, and each time it has been a wonderful experience. There is a variety of trails, and the mountain is large enough that one could ski there for a week without being bored. The back side of the mountain offers some great glade skiing, there are black and double black diamonds for the experienced skier (the area is called, i believe, the Black Forest or Black Knight or something similar), and there are great trails for kids and families too. On La Picard, a blue square, there is a 'sugar shack' where they will pour molasses into snow for you to wrap on a popsicle stick and eat - great for little ones! There are also many different choices for meals, ranging from a crepe shack to several lodges and a little village at the bottom of the mountain with delis and more formal restaurants. A great way to experience this mountain is to stay for a few days at one of the hotels right at the bottom of the mountain.