A Huge Outdoor Playground

  • Skiing at Mont-Sainte-Anne

    Mont Sainte-Anne has incredible skiing conditions, with no fewer than 67 runs, a lift cabin, and 9 ski lifts.

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  • Cross-country skiing at Mont-Sainte-Anne

    Some 208 km of trails for classic skiing and 125 km for ski skating make this centre the best in Canada.

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  • Skiing at Le Massif de Charlevoix

    Le Massif de Charlevoix is the place to go for the biggest vertical drop east of the Canadian Rockies (770 m) and take-your-breath-away runs that slide right down to the river.

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  • Snowshoeing

    Dedicated snowshoers, hiking enthusiasts, and visitors keen to learn more beat a regular path to the Atlas training centre and 38 km of marked trails for snowshoers of all stripes.

  • Dogsledding

    Strike out alone or with family and friends and sled your way across our pristine winter wonderland.

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  • Rodeling at Le Massif de Charlevoix

    Racing down 7.5 km of natural snow is a sure way to have the kids screaming in delight… and to get the kids at heart feeling young again!

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  • Snowmobile

    We are located a few meters from the path 320, the trail joins the 3 to Charlevoix. Good stopover during a long ride.

  • Fat Bike

    Mont-Sainte-Anne fat bike trails network counts 7 loops for a grand total of 26 km, located at the Cross-Country Skiing Centre, 7km away from the alpine Mountain. Trails have been designed to fit all levels of riders, from begineers to experienced fatbikers.

  • Canyon Sainte-Anne

    A 74-metre high waterfall plunging down the side of gorges that are 1.2 billion years old is always a sight to behold!

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  • Montmorency Falls

    Wander between the St. Lawrence and the clifftop to admire the mighty Montmorency Falls—by foot, from a gondola, or inside the first-rate restaurant.

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  • Canyoning

    Born in France about forty years ago, canyoning (or canyoneering in the U.S.) is traveling in canyons using a variety of techniques such as stream hiking, abseiling, swimming and jumping. Canyoning-Québec imported this summer activity and invented ice canyoning for winter.

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    Experience strong and unforgettable emotions on the zipline suspended 60 metres above the ground and push yourself to the limit with various via ferrata. Extreme sports enthusiasts will appreciate the two rappels, one of more than 50 metres!

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  • Basilique Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré

    Less than a 10-minute drive from Château Mont-Sainte-Anne, the basilica is a popular destination.

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  • Galerie d’art Mont Sainte-Anne

    This art gallery is a hotbed of inspiration and creativity, featuring canvases and sculptures by well-known artists.

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  • Old Québec

    Old Québec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, combining the charms of European living with a storied North American history.

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  • Ni Vu Ni Cornu

    Ni Vu Ni Cornu is a studio and gallery that takes a playful look at the works of established and up-and-coming artists.

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  • Atelier Paré

    This art gallery and economuseum is a great place to learn more about traditional wood sculpture. Chat with artists and visit the sculpture garden.

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  • Mont-Sainte-Anne

    When you stay at Château Mont-Sainte-Anne, you have access to hiking trails of Mont-Sainte-Anne. Totaling 42 km, Mont-Sainte-Anne offers scenic trails to the top of the mountain and the Jean-Larose waterfalls.

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  • Mestachibo Trail

    Open year round, the Mestachibo Trail stretches from the Jean-Larose waterfalls to the church in Saint Ferréol-les-Neiges. A beautiful hike!

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  • Sentier des Caps de Charlevoix

    This trail has views of the St. Lawrence and its islands that you won’t want to miss.

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  • Baie de Beauport

    An oasis at 15 minutes from Chateau Mont-Sainte-Anne, the Baie de Beauport is a must in Québec City. The ideal place to escape the everyday, it offers a unique panorama with its sandy beach and its stunning views of the St. Lawrence. In addition to a wide range of water sports including kayaking, paddle boarding and kitesurfing, Baie de Beauport is home to a sailing school and a nautical club. Beach activities are numerous with its soccer, volleyball and petanque courts, water games, pumptrack, picnic areas and a unique foodtruck in Quebec City!

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  • Spa Château

    After the exercise and fresh air, put your feet up and relax in our health centre.

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  • Spa des Neiges

    Nestling between the St. Lawrence and the mountain, Spa des Neiges specializes in heat therapy. Baths, sauna, and hammam await, down by the river.

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  • Nordique Spa Mont Sainte-Anne

    Located on a beautiful property of over 300,000 square feet bordering a private lake, Le Nordique spa Mont Ste-Anne is the most family oriented spa in the Quebec City region, welcoming children to its safe and relaxing environment over 200 mornings a year.

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  • Biking at Mont-Sainte-Anne

    Mont-Sainte-Anne is paradise for mountain bikers, boasting the most spectacular trails in Eastern Canada.

  • Le Grand Vallon

    Le Grand Vallon golf course is right at the foot of Mont-Sainte-Anne. The undulating course features tree-lined fairways and a broad plain at the midway point.

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  • Golf St-Laurent

    This golf course stands at the highest point of Île d’Orléans, providing spectacular views of the St. Lawrence and the Laurentians.

  • Road Bike

    Mont-Sainte-Anne is synonymous of paradise for road bike enthusiasts. Come and enjoy kilometres of breathtaking scenery between river and mountains.

    5 Bike Routes to Discover