Time to hit the slopes

Mont St-Anne and Stoneham have everything a Skiier or Snowboarder could dream of.

Whether you are a seasoned and experienced rider or just beginning on the slopes, there is something for everyone. With 2 resorts / 4 sides  you are sure to have a blast spending the days hitting the slopes. Check out the facts below!

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Mount St-Anne

Altitude at the summit

  • 2,625 feet

Vertical drop

  • 2,050 feet

Skiable area

  • 547 acres

Natural Snowfall

  • 189 in

Number of trails

  • 71 trails, covering 45 miles
  • 3 different sides
  • Easy 21%
  • Advanced 20%
  • Intermediate 46%
  • Extreme 13%

Location:

  • Just 30 Minutes from Historic Québec City.

Snow Parks

  • XL Park (restricted access)
  • Beginners Parks (1,7 acres)
  • Boardercross for intermediate, open to all

Longest Ski, Snowboard Trail

  • Le Chemin du Roy 3.6 Miles

10 Lifts: 15,720 skiers/hour

  • 1 high speed 8 set passenger gondola
  • 4 quad chairlifts (3 high speed detachable quad chairlifts)
  • 1 quad bubble top chairlift
  • 4 surface lifts

Stoneham

Number of trails

  • 42 trails covering 18.9 miles
  • On 3 mountains
  • Easy 19%
  • Advanced 38%
  • Intermediate 26%
  • Extreme 17%

Location:

  • Just 20 Minutes from Historic Québec City.

Altitude at the summit

  • 1,946 feet

Vertical drop

  • 1,132 feet

Skiable area

  • 333 acres

Natural Snowfall

  • 146 in

7 Lifts: 10,550 skiers/hour

  • 1 high speed detachable quad with bubble covers
  • 2 fixed quads
  • 1 double
  • 1 T-bar
  • 2 Magic Rides

Longest Trail

  • La Randonnée — 2 miles

Snow Parks

  •  XL Park up to 18 features + 4 step-up jumps
  • Intermediate Rail Section: around 10 features on 1 mile
  • Olympic 22 feet half-pipe
  • Introduction Park: 10 features + 2 mini-jump

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Stoneham

Stoneham

St-Anne South map

St-Anne South map

St-Anne North map

St-Anne North map

SnowEscape Staff rides

 

 Absolutely the best Skiing and Riding in Eastern North America!