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Mont-Sainte-Anne, Beaupre

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  • I started skiing this year, with the family. I me addresserai here to those who are also in this situation, facing questions on what is the MSA family: the chalet at the base is very spacious, you will find shelves (also lockers I think) to store your boots bags and lunch bags. Toilets are accessible without stairs, which is very convenient with young children. These ski for free, for 6 years and less. Arrive early and use asphalt parking, no mud even in the spring. Tickets: Finished the elastics, yoyos, and automated booths. It's a good old ticket sticker with a bar code. The lift attendant will scan it, from time to time. I noticed that from the North we don't scan not, I imagine that if one goes there, it is that we have a valid ticket! Side North: intermediate runs: for kids and beginners, the Paradeuse and spring can be a little intimidating at the top. Start with the Quanik and first-snow. They can be accessed by going to the turtle / way of the King. The Mélanie (formerly surprising) Turgeon wears a black diamond, but is still very accessible to all. Cable cars: You ski probably more with your skis 'rights' of the 1990s. If they are rather large, you must separate them and use the rack which is located at the rear of the gondola. The small skis of young children: it is advisable to keep in hands, just like sticks. Industry expert: the Panorama Express, new Quad detachable, replaces the old triple and double. It's the most comfortable lift, very well cushioned, even the folder! It goes down next to the gondola, or was the former double. So let's do a little cross-country to attend the expert slopes, but it is well done; the path still has a small vertical drop, as happening now "down" from the cottage of the ridge. Unfortunately, it is closed. There is still a cottage at the top, the one next to the gondola. Spring: on 1 April 2017 most tracks of the expert sector were closed. I have not tried the new P - A Rousseau ;( Only the Ridge, Beauregard, hope and Super S were open that day here.
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  • We just completed a ski weekend at Mont-Sainte-Anne and were pleasantly surprised! The conditions were excellent, particularly at the summit. Since it was a weekend, the lift lines did get long at tim...  more »
  • Spent the day, walking and relaxing on top of the mountain, wonderful views, great restaurant, cable car up gave views as well, friendly mountain staff, really enjoyed the day.... Need to learn to Ski  more »
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  • Great ski center. Wide variety of runs. Great views. Fast lifts.
  • We had about 20cm of fresh powder which made it really fun and exhausting. The enchanting Forest is a really nice touch. Wish more hills had easy blue glades to ski.
  • Best skiing ever with panoramic view of St. Laurent River. I recommend you to visit here even if you are not a skier. You can enjoy the wonderful view at the summit.
  • Mt. Saint-Anne has a really nice variety of runs complemented by a number of fast lifts. The vertical is also quite good. Runs are not "short" but the lines are very short compared to other similar ski resorts in Quebec like Mont Tremblant and Bromont. Also, it's more northern location usually guarantees ski-able conditions all winter. Excellent value all-around.
  • Lots of runs from begginers to pro. Great condition. Also skiicentric resort so some runs are harder to get through with snowboards.