Snow Shoeing in Mont Blanc, Saint Faustin Lac Carre, Quebec Canada

Vertical drop:
300 m (985 ft)
Mont Blanc is a municipality of Saint-Faustin-Lac-Caree, at the east of Mont-Tremblant. It is a well-known ski resort in Laurentian Mountain of Quebec, Canada. The fact that it is located just a few steps away from Montreal and Quebec City, gives visitors the opportunity to escape from the daily routine and enjoy themselves in all fields.

Especially during winter season, Mont Blanc is always busy, thanks to the variety of ski activities and the excellent snow conditions. Mont Blanc is also known as the second highest mountain in this area. If you visit Mont Blanc during winter season, it is strongly recommended to perform snow shoeing.

In 150 ac/0.60 km² of terrain, with 41 different trails for all levels of difficulty, ideal for beginners and experts too, it is sure that you will have an amazing experience. For your best snow shoeing, you find 7 ski lifts, 5 chair lifts, 2 surface lifts and 300 m (985 ft) of vertical descent.

The majority of the trails are covered by 85% of snow-making. It is an ideal place for the whole family, as you can find kids ski school, kids club for daily care and a special place for kids party. Best of all is that in Mont Blanc, you will have the only chance to exercise snow shoeing under the stars.

So, don’t miss this opportunity and visit Mont Blanc as soon as possible. The appropriate season to visit Mont Blanc and practice snow shoeing is from December to March. You can continue having fun in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you easily find nearby.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Quebec City
359 km, 223 miles, 3 hours 37 minutes.
Follow the Autoroute 40 O.
BY CAR FROM Montreal
128 km, 79,53 miles, 1 hour 26 minutes.
Follow the Autoroute 15 N.
Montreal-PierreElliott Trudeau International Airport.,
123 km, ( 76 miles )


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