Take a trip on the ‘Route des saveurs’ to discover the joys of French-Canadian cuisine, well renowned for its game, cheeses, breads, microbreweries and other delicacies. In springtime, sugar shacks open their doors for sweet and savoury feasts featuring the famous local maple syrup.
A winter wonderland between mountains and river
- Stunning waterfront views on the St Lawrence river while skiing
- A large choice of runs for all levels, as well as extensive off-piste skiing
- The greatest vertical drop East of the Rockies
- The country’s largest annual snowfall: 6.5m (21.3 ft)
- An exceptional 7.5 km-long sled run
Take a break from the winter sport and pay a visit to local quaint villages such as Baie St Paul with the largest concentration of art galleries in the country or La Malbaie where you’ll find a Casino and a beautiful maritime landscape with bucolic charm together with bourgeois residences from another century.
Ski easily from summit to base area, all the while enjoying views of the imposing St Lawrence river as you swish down the slope. The terrain is ideal for intermediates and beginners with demanding challenges for the experts such as the Triple Black Diamond trail. Try something new such as snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, dog sledding and alpine touring.
Our Resort in Quebec, Canada
Club Med has arrived in remarkable Canada where stunning mountains offer one of the longest ski-ing seasons in the world and some of the most dramatic vistas. Winter sports fans will find a huge variety of thrills all season round with powder that’s famed for its freshness. Those who want culture to go with their escapades can explore fine arts, fabulous cuisine and cosy inns where winter nights fly by to the sound of laughter and music.
To the north of the city of Québec is the brand new Mountain Resort on the continent of America, offering a new skiing experience: the chance to hurtle down the slopes with a breathtaking view of the St Lawrence River! Set in the heart of a region with a great deal to explore, the Resort's architecture combines modernity with traditional Canadian style, immersed in the natural landscape. The scenery changes constantly as the seasons pass, creating an amazing spectacle. A wide choice of activities is on offer throughout the year.