Mont Kanasuta is a hill in western Quebec, between the border of Ontario and the city of Rouyn-Noranda, near Lake Kanasuta. It is one of two ski resorts in Abidibi-Temiscamingue Region, which attracts many people from all over the world. It is also an ideal spot to spend quality time with your family. So, if you visit this place during winter season, you can choose from a wide range of activities, your favorite one.
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Skiing in Great Bear Recreation Park, Sioux Falls, South Dakota USA
Great Bear Recreation Park is a destination point you shouldn’t miss for the world. It is an area that tries to create the best conditions for all Alpine skiing enthusiasts. This is a major reason why the spot is always busy during winter months. Once you arrive, you will realize that Alpine Skiing here is a worthwhile experience!
Great Bear is a place, where you can combine family holidays with entertainment and relaxation. Just for you, the resort offers 14 downhill trails. There is also a beginner area featuring a new conveyor lift. The focal point of your activity will be the famous terrain park featuring a 350 ft/170 m fun pipe loaded with rails, boxes and hits, floater style jumps, a 10 ft/3 m quarter pipe, C rail, down flat down rail, flat down flat rail, straight rail, battleship box, flat down flat box and two 18 ft/5.5 m C boxes. Furthermore, a 10 ft/3 m wall ride, a 8 ft x 16 ft (2.5 m x 5 m) picnic table and “BOB” are some of the new features that you will come across.
The park is serviced by a quad chairlift and a handle tow. If you don’t feel ready enough to cross the slopes alone, Great Bear provides you with qualified instructors that can help you enjoy your favorite sport without cease. Just a few steps away from the resort, you find many cozy restaurants and accommodations that promise the relaxation you need!
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