The resort hosts a number of World Cup events and is renowned for its expert terrain, although it offers opportunities for all level of skier and snowboarder. The onsite instruction is very good and lessons can be taken either privately or in groups seven days a week. Reservations for lessons are recommended and can be arranged in the rental hut.
The scenery on the mountain is breathtaking, with the St. Lawrence visible to the south and the Laurentian mountains extending to the north. The 63 trails offer 68 km of skiing with a vertical drop of 625 metres, including the highest nighttime skiing drop in Canada. There are 17 lighted trails are available for night skiing. A free guiding service is offered daily from the summit.
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Port Dover, Ontario
April 5, 2004
From journal The most European of Canadian cities
by Stacey & Peter
March 31, 2004
We found a hidden gem about half an hour away called Le Massif and we would highly recommend that mountain! It’s just as high with longer runs, less crowds, and all of the runs are joined so everything is easily accessed.
From journal Skiing at Mount Ste. Anne, Quebec