The Saint-Sauveur Valley is known for
its exceptional snow conditions
Nestled like a treasure among the
mountains of the Laurentians is a charming village. The streets
are lined with unique restaurants and shops.
This valley is also known for its busy calendar of cultural
events and sports happenings as well as its ski resort, which
offers one of the largest lit skiable areas in the province.
Head up to Saint-Sauveur, less than an hour away from Montréal,
and uncover a superb, magnificent region!
Enjoy the snow
and the outdoors!
Are skiing and snowshoeing two of your
favourite activities? Seek refuge in a log cabin at Morin-Heights
Nature Camping & Cabins. Surrounded by the Laurentian forest,
you’ll be just minutes from dozens of miles of hiking trails as
well as the Piedmont tubing centre and the Viking, which is the only alpine
rollercoaster in Quebec.
Downhill skiers and snowboarders
choose the Saint-Sauveur Valley for its exceptional snow
conditions. With more than 100 trails open day and night, this is
the perfect destination for fun with friends and family. After a
long day full of activities, soak up the electrifying atmosphere
of the Saint-Sauveur village, where you'll find bars and restaurants featuring
DJ performances and music shows.
Lace up your
Lace up your skates!
Skaters will find over 1.5 km of lit
frozen trails at John H. Molson Park near the Saint-Sauveur
Church. There are also two skating rinks, one of which is used for
hockey, and two heated cabins. In addition, visitors can go
cross-country skiing or snowshoeing, or simply wander around…and
Bordée de Neige, happening on
January 26 and February 3, 14 and 16, 2019, is Saint-Sauveur’s
winter carnival and features loads of family activities! For four
days, each with its own theme, families will be invited to make
the most of the joys of winter. Fun and laughs are guaranteed!