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Mont Saint-Sauveur, Saint Sauveur des Monts

Categories: Mountains, Beach & Pool Clubs, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web
Considered the home of Quebec's ski industry, Mont Saint-Sauveur acts as a snowy-peaked getaway, with a host of runs for all abilities. Sat on a sprawling mountain located in the Laurentian mountain range, the ski resort boasts a plethora of high class facilities including spas, boutique shops, a host of bars and restaurants, and top notch lodgings. Wind your way down black, red, blue, and green slopes, or if its your first time, learn the basics at ski school or with private lessons. Rentals and repairs are available on the mountain and off season, the mountain hosts a lively aquatic theme park. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Mont Saint-Sauveur and many more Saint Sauveur des Monts attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Saint Sauveur des Monts vacation builder.
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  • A great little walk friendly city nestled in the mountains - all season bustling with activity - many many outdoor things to do ( all seasons ) -- many top notch restaurants for all ages . This city h...  read more »
  • St Sauveur in the Laurentians is the place of the daily activities, mount Savior discover the colors of the beautiful valley of Saint-Sauveur while living strong emotions on board the Viking, the Dragon and the four rides of the Park F.U.N. Our miniature golf Saint-Sauveur will seduce you with its 18 holes in a décor of waterfalls and ornate levels of an exceptional flora. Festival of the Mont-Saint-Sauveur colors,
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  • The church which is over 100 years old is an interesting place to visit. It was restored in recent years and the church and many local out reach organizations use the church facilities. Sunday service...  read more »
  • Loved it, took the family here while vacationing in Montreal. The scenery is beautiful and the srive was nice. The park had enough to keep us busy. The cascade will leave you a little sore, other than that have fun get wet get tan and then grab a beaver tail
  • Had a pleasant day. But the two favorite slides “Grands Remous" and Grande Cascades" that keep me and my friends returning to the park were shortened a lot! and the chairlift was closed? The park has really reduced that unique mountain feel.
  • Really feel bad for this review because last year I would have rated it 5/5 but this year left a lot to be desired. If you were going for the main ride with the lift it is now less than half and admission is still full price and now the lift is closed.If the owner decides to open the slides again and the lift I might reconsider and purchase my season passes like I do every year. I will find another water park closer to home. Will not be going back, asked for a refund was told they don't do refunds and was offered a 2 for 1 and declined sorry guys not reccomended at all.
  • Diversified slides make sure we vary our experience and a hot spa is available, appreciated on this rainy day. My BIG problem is that my son is a vegetarian (and a picky eater) and I always make sure there is vegetarian options for him, one that he likes. We had to go offsite to feed him.
  • Lovely mountain. Good variety if slopes. Childhood memories made here in the 80s and coming back does not disappoint. Equipment rental is good quality and the new attractions are great. The Viking Alpine Sled ride comes with the 3 day rental package and you get another ticket to ride for taking lessons. Very nice experience and a lovely village area near the slopes.
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