Отдых на островах

Quebec. Mountain Statistics &. Hotel Accommodation.



1. Tremblant | Hotel Accommodation

Who visits Tremblant?
As Quebec’s premier ski destination, Tremblant offers novice to expert skiing and snowboarding complemented by one of the best lift-to-skier ratios in Canada. A reliable 4 m of annual snowfall ensures all runs and terrains are consistently fresh and open. The Tremblant Ski School gives beginners a chance to learn the basics with dedicated ski areas and front-of-the-line service on the lifts. The Village of Tremblant is the ideal family location with pedestrian walkways, international and local cuisine and a variety of entertainment venues for couples or the entire family.

Where is it located?
Tremblant is located approximately 150 km north of Montreal.

Howdo you get there?
Departing from Montreal, Tremblant is a 2 hour drive north along the Trans Canada Highway, (Highway #15).

Base elevation, m: 230
Summit, m: 875
Vertical, m: 645
Lifts: 2 gondola, 7 quad, 1 triple, 1 cabriolet , 3 margic carpet
Capacity per hour: 27230
Number of Trails (102): expert / advanced - 47%, intermediate - 32%, beginner - 21%
Terrain Park: yes
Halfpipe: yes
Surface area, hectares: 305

2. Mont-Sainte-Anne |

Mont-Sainte-Anne is a year-round mountain destination located within the Laurentian mountain chain about 40km northeast of Quebec City. The ski resort is known for providing guest with spectacular scenery, long groomed trails and family friendly activities. The ski area contains a wide mix of terrain that ranges beginner to advanced.

Longest Trail, m: 4500
Summit, m: 800
Vertical, m: 625
Lifts: 1 gondola, 4 quad, 4 surface
Capacity per hour: 15720
Number of Trails (71): expert - 13%, advanced - 20%, intermediate - 46%, beginner - 21%
Night Skiing: 19 trails covering 15,5 km
Terrain Park: yes
Surface area, hectares: 868
Season: November to mid-April