Mont-Sainte-Anne is a resort known for having the highest night skiing vertical in Canada and was host to the first Canadian Winter Games in 1967. Mont-Sainte-Anne offers skiing and snowboarding off of three sides of the mountain with 70 trails spread across 2,145 accessible acres.
The resort offers groomed runs through moguls, and steeps, the mountain accommodates skiers and riders of all levels. The terrain is rated as 23% beginner, 18% intermediate, 45% advanced and 14% expert where 80% of the mountain has snowmaking and the annual snowfall is 190 inches. For freestylers, there are four terrain parks and an intermediate boarder/skier cross course open to all.