Quebec

Good place to ski, bring locks.
Good place to ski, bring locks.

Tremblant

Pros: Lots of terrain

Cons: Lots of people and expensive

Best Ski Area in the Ottawa Area
Best Ski Area in the Ottawa Area
Hidden gem!!!
Hidden gem!!!

Massif du Sud

Pros: LOT of snow, no ice, great glades.

Cons: The lift is a bit slow

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Tremblant

Tremblant

“Only been there once and I don't think I will go back.  This place is so grotesque.  This fake Disneyland resort is so disconcerting and devoid of any charm.  It looks like a Hollywood soap-opera set.  I don't understand why you have to take a standing lift to access the slopes from the arrival area.  This just creates a bottleneck to leave or access the slopes on a crowded day.  Why not have...” --kelly001

89% Positive Reviews
Le Massif de Petite

Le Massif de Petite

“ Lots of runs, beautiful scenery that overlooks the St. Lawrence river. There are quality runs to challenge  nearly everyone from beginners to advanced skiers. Groomers, bumps, glades, and some slightly steep stuff--Le Massif has nearly everything. The mountain gets more snow than the others in the region as well due to its location and surroundings.  ” --Metaphor_

86% Positive Reviews
Owl`s Head

Owl`s Head

“I grew up skiing at Owl's Head. My parents bought a condo there over 20 years ago and I've skied there ever since. Over the years I've grown to love and hate it. Here's the love:- No crowds. Only on the greatest, sunniest, warmest days of winter will you wait in line, and even at that you won't ever wait longer than 10 minutes, and that will only be at peak time in the morning. Usually there's...” --Alex C

100% Positive Reviews
Mont Sutton

Mont Sutton

“Mont Sutton has the rustic feel of a small, family owned mountain. And then you start exploring. Many of the runs, and not only the advanced ones, are gladed from top to near-bottom and weave their way across and down the mountain. Most of the runs were cut by Hercule Belanger, the patriarche of the family who first owned Mont Sutton and who is still involved in all aspects of running the...” --

100% Positive Reviews
Mont Sainte Marie

Mont Sainte Marie

“I really love this place, it doesn't have the crowds that the other places around Ottawa have, but this is a legit ski place and is one of those hidden gems that hardcore ski guys/gals love. They also get really good powder days, and the place has a bunch of great views and look-offs  ” --Charles J White

100% Positive Reviews
Massif du Sud

Massif du Sud

“It's always a lot of fun out there :-) ” --pouetance

100% Positive Reviews
Mont Sainte Anne

Mont Sainte Anne

“ Mont Sainte Anne (MSA) is a fine ski area that serves as a lynchpin for local Quebec skiing, but also works very well as a destination when combined with visits to historic old Quebec City and other nearby exceptional ski areas like Le Massif.  I went to Quebec City in late March 2008, toured the old city for a weekend and then skied two days each at MSA and Le Massif.  Eastern Canada had...” --Jamesj

100% Positive Reviews
Camp Fortune

Camp Fortune

“ Camp Fortune is a small hill (~700ft vert) that is a 15 minute drive from downtown Ottawa.  Though it can be crowded on weekends it's a great place to get a few quick runs in after a fresh dumping of snow, and they have many discount programs to save on lift tickets/passes.  The variety of terrain is pretty decent too.    Crowds: Besides the usual weekend crowds, Camp...” --Jay31

100% Positive Reviews
Edelweiss Valley Ski Resort

Edelweiss Valley Ski Resort

“Like most of the hills in the Ottawa, ON, area, Edelweiss (actually in Quebec) is small, with only 200m/660ft of vertical. It claims 20 runs on 1300 acres of skiable terrain served by three quad chairs and a magic carpet. It also has a terrain park ($15 extra) and a tubing area. However, I've never seen all three quads running and, in fact, I'm not sure that I've even seen two in action...” --Pootle

50% Positive Reviews
Mont Saint Sauveur

Mont Saint Sauveur

“ i think mont saint-sauveur is a mountain ideal for beginners :) the slopes are short and there are many easy trails. even though it is often crowded and over priced, it is very close to montreal. you can get great rental+school+lift ticket packages. slopes are often groomed. awesome nightlife in the village! many bars and restaurants. there is also a great outlet mall. you can buy day...” --drapea

100% Positive Reviews