Snowskating in Edelweiss Valley, Wakefield, Quebec Canada

Vertical drop:
200 m (656 ft)
Base Ellevation:
150 m (492 ft)
Top Elevation:
350 m (1148 ft)
Night Skiing :
Edelweiss Valley is a well-known ski mountain located in Wakefield, Quebec, Canada and it is 20 minutes north of Ottawa, Canada, in the Gatineu Hills. This spot can offer to its visitors a lot of fun, excellent conditions and plenty of rest. It is often said that if you visit this place, you give yourself the opportunity to feel what is called, best vacations.

In order to satisfy your curiosity, visit this astonishing Canadian place, relax and let your negative thoughts fade away performing your best snowskating. The only thing you have to do is to bring all your positive energy, your own skates and let yourself feel the adventure at the highest level. This spot can surely guarantee you endless entertainment.

Edelweiss Valley offers a vertical drop of 200 m (656 ft), a base elevation of 150 m (492 ft) and a top elevation of 350 m (1148 ft). In this area snowskating can be enjoyed by beginners and experts too, as the 19 trails are tailored to cover all levels of difficulty.

There are 8 trails for easy skiing, 6 for difficult, 3 for very difficult and for those who need to practice their sport in more extreme levels, 1 trail is designed especially for them. All trails are formed by 90% of snow-making. For those who have never tried this kind of activity, a ski school is available to help them enjoy their favorite sport with safety and a lot of fun.

Edelweiss also gives you the opportunity to perform your activity accompanied by the stars, as 13 trails are tailored only for this purpose. For your comfort, this spot provides 1 detachable chairlift, 1 quad chairlift, 1 double chairlift and 1 magic carpet with lift capacity 7000 skiers/hr.

Choose to spend your vacations in this place and it is sure that you will never regret it. The appropriate season to experience snowskating is from December to March. After an exciting day, you can further enjoy yourself exploring the beauty of this place.