Quebec Winter Experiences

Wintertime in Quebec

Snow, calm and bright... Québec dons its most beautiful white cloak for winter’s enchanting display.

Ski Experiences
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  • Québec does winter right
    Early season is a good time to schedule your Québec City ski trip, thanks to the cold weather, reliable snowmaking, and early season deals.
    Early season is a good time to schedule your Québec City ski trip, thanks to the cold weather, reliable snowmaking, and early season deals.
  • The lovely laurentians
    Quebec’s Laurentians are enchanting and steeped in culture.
    Quebec’s Laurentians are enchanting and steeped in culture.
  • The many charms of Québec
    Colourful and charming French Canada is the perfect getaway: both exotic and easy to access. Here’s our guide to each skiable region.
    Colourful and charming French Canada is the perfect getaway: both exotic and easy to access. Here’s our guide to each skiable region.
  • The soul of skiing, defined: Québec
    sa • vor /ˈsāvər/ verb From the Old French (naturally), “savourer.” To taste, breathe in, appreciate, especially with heightened awareness, as when savouring the delights of Québécois food and drink.
    sa • vor /ˈsāvər/ verb From the Old French (naturally), “savourer.” To taste, breathe in, appreciate, especially with heightened awareness, as when savouring the delights of Québécois food and drink.

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Winter experiences

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The Navigators Route
7 Scenic Drives Through Quebec
Canadian Arctic Reindeer Signature Package
Outdoor Adventures Across Indigenous Canada
An ice canoe race
An Adventurer’s Guide to Quebec
Petit Champlain
A Walking Tour of Quebec’s Old City
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Food and drink

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Dining in Quebec City
A Foodie’s Guide to Quebec City
Quebec Maple Syrup
11 Authentic Quebec Foods You Need to Try
Breweries and pubs Canada
Local's Guide: Canada's Best Breweries and Pubs
St-Viateur Bagel
A Foodie’s Guide to Montreal
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skiiers and snowboarders in quebec
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Discover unique Quebec through the magic of Montreal and Quebec City, cosmopolitan centres with olde-world charm.