Skiing and snowboarding in the Eastern Canadian province of Quebec can be broken up into three broad regions: Areas near Quebec City, areas near Montreal, and areas in the Eastern Townships.
Skiing in the Eastern Townships consists of ski areas located just over the Vermont border, a few hours from New England. Areas such as Mont Orford, Ski Bromont, Mont Sutton and Owl’s Head are all located in the Eastern Townships, where an abundance of quaint bed and breakfasts as well as resort-style lodging options are provided for guests.
Around Quebec City, advanced skiers and riders can visit Le Massif and it’s array of off-piste skiing and views of the St. Lawrence River. Stoneham, Mont Saint-Sauveur and Mont Sainte-Anne are also located near Quebec City. The most popular resort in Quebec is Tremblant, located 80 miles north of Montreal. The resort is a world-class destination and offers much more than just skiing and riding, with its in-town dining, lodging, events and aprés scene.
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