Skiing 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. It is an area, which attracts many people especially during winter season, as it can offer to its visitors a variety of ski activities and excellent snow conditions.

It is also widely known that Mont Blanc is one of the most famous places for alpine skiing in Quebec, Canada and the second highest mountain in the area. So, if you visit Mont Blanc, do not miss to perform alpine skiing.

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 exciting experience. With also 7 ski lifts, 5 chair lifts, 2 surface lifts and 300 m (985 ft) of vertical descent, Mont Blanc can cover the most demanding alpine skier expectations. It is a place, where you can enjoy yourself with family and friends.

For the kids entertainment, magic carpet lifts and 2 snow parks are available in the beginner’s area for the safety of your kids. The majority of the trails are formed by 85% of snow-making. Also for your kids, you can find a school, which can teach them the appropriate techniques for their ski activity and a kids club for daily care. You also have the opportunity to launch birthdays or name day parties.

The appropriate season to visit Mont Blanc and practice alpine skiing is from December to March. You can continue having fan in one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you easily find nearby.