I am a mainly a green or easy trail skier, although I can manage a blue. There were more blue and black trails than green, but we still managed to ski a variety of trails. There was one gondola, which would be nice on colder days.
The trails were wide when appropriate, well marked, and well maintained.
Glade skiing had a happy face on it and was marked green. Indeed, it started out quite gently, but the slope and number of trees seemed to increase the farther we went--we did not run into anyone there.
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October 21, 2005
From journal Week Away in Quebec
February 27, 2004
From journal skiing in February
by retired teacher
February 2, 2003
Many fine instructors can hone your skills, and there is adequate child care and Ski Wee available.
The summit lodge provides very tasty entrees and snacks (poutine is my favorite), and there are several eateries at the base, as well as shops, rentals and repairs.
Don't miss this place!
From journal Mt Ste Anne- Skiing delight!