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Mont-Sainte-Anne has the highest vertical for night skiing and snowboarding in Canada and unlimited access to all trails for snowboarders. Traditionally, Mont-Sainte-Anne's ski season is one of the longest in Eastern North America (November to May).Their West Side is a dedicated backcountry skiing zone that features trees, glades, little grooming, bumps, and lots of powder. The North and South sides have a good mix of moguls, steep skiing, and intermediate and novice terrain. All of it is served by high tech lifts. Overall there are more than 2,000 feet of vertical, 64 runs and 13 lifts.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/17/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/28/2013
Projected Days Open: 168
Days Open Last Year: 162
Years Open: 48
Average Snowfall: 184"
Pros: Great Groomers, north side t-bar
Cons: Eerily quiet
Pros: awsome spring skiing with amazing views of st-lawrence river
Pros: Quality of snow, ski-in ski-out, view on the river.
Cons: No nightlife...
Pros: Amazing snow making capacity
Cons: Still not 100% open
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