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Nice mountains, 2 sides. 600 ft vertical. The runs are fun to ski in the morning, in pm there was quite a bit of ice. I ´m not used to those 10-15 minute wait lines after every run. Afrer ski is fun, nice village. The mountain offers night skiing. For 80$ I prefer mont Blanc even if it’s further out.... Full Review
I agree with the previous review, they are getting worse and worse. I've been a loyal client for over 10 years but I won't go there anymore. Last season skied 9 times and this season 3 times. Never saw a groomer. The snow wasn't packed at all. They often close half of the mountain and leave only two chairlifts at 8 or 9 pm. ... Full Review
One of the first hills I skied on when I was very young, I continue to ski to this day and be a season pass holder due to the hill being one of the most fun and challenging hills in Quebec. Lots of snow. Knowledgeable staff and snow making crew. Night skiing is superb. Awesome chalet and apres ski venues. A huge array of runs from beginner to advanced. Amazing Park and park staff. All around one of the best resorts I've ever been to and continue to go to for 10 years now. ... Full Review
efficient chairlifts, great snow park, decent après ski!... Full Review
I'm living 65 km away from this resort, been using season passes for 3 years because of proximity and my employer was paying the passes. They just getting worse and worse. Last year I run over sand patch, lost balance and hit my knee - they don't check or fix their slopes. Having season pass for evening time I've never ever seen a snow groomer flattening the snow. Yesterday there was nice snowing weather. We arrived at 11:30am and the slopes were looking like after heavy bombing. This might be of fun for showboarders, but there is no pleasure at all for skiers. I like to do wide and fast curves - no ways on Saint-Sauveur. I won't go there anymore. We were skiing until 6pm and they didn't do a thing. The most interesting #24 was unavailable, because the chairlift was off.
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I actually preferred Avila to Sauveur. It is the same mountain but for some reason there a lot less people. I was able to progress fast enough because the runs weren't too hard. The one thing I hate there, but I assume it’s like that everywhere, it’s the darn teenagers that sprint down the green runs hurting people in the way and coming out of the trees and spooking you for no good reason. If you are so good just go on the black runs!!!!!!!!!!!!!... Full Review
A little bit of Europe. Not crowded, just go there to ski. Good value, 1/2 way between Montreal and Mount Treblant.... Full Review
If you can do a green run anywhere else you can do almost all of the runs in mont saint sauveur there are some harder runs but they are crowded and in the minority.... Full Review
Took my 4 yr old for lessons, spent some time on the Carpet with them then did some runs myself.
Great conditions,as they were making new snow .
Had lunch, went back for more, good lunch area, food average
Instructor was great, kids didn't want to leave... Full Review
Just a fantastic day on the slope. Lot of snow, and no waiting line. Just a perfect sunday.... Full Review
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