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Ever since North America's first snow train brought enthusiastic skiers here in 1927, the Laurentians has been well known as a winter sports playground. Less than an hour's drive northwest of Montreal, the Laurentides, as they are known in French, offer 14 alpine ski areas, each with their own, distinct character.

Ski Areas Galore!

From the old world, quiet dignified ambiance of Le Chantecler to the nonstop action of Mont Tremblant, there's a resort to fit every taste and budget. If you're just learning to ski or ride, some of the best learning centers in the world await you at many classic Quebec Canada ski resorts. Looking for lift-served backcountry adventures? Check out the relatively unknown Ski Morin Heights area. For variety, you can ski and ride five areas-Mont Avila, Mont Olympia, Morin Heights, Mont Saint-Sauveur and Mont Gabriel-on one reasonably priced ticket-since all these areas are owned by the same company.

But perhaps the greatest Laurentian treasure trove are the independently owned undiscovered gems, many of which are family owned and operated. Each has its own fiercely loyal clientele. Experts prefer rugged Mont Alta, with its limited grooming policy, while families flock to the uncrowded, friendly slopes of Belle Neige, Valle Bleu, Mont Habitant and L'Avalanche. For unusual apres ski diversions, there are working maple sugar shacks to visit, dog sleds to ride, snowmobiles to rent, indoor aqua parks to swim through, countless miles of scenic cross country trails to glide on, new people to meet and of course, great cuisine to enjoy.

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Ski Industry Retail Trends: 2019 and Beyond

It’s hard to say where the ski industry is heading in the next 30 years. In the meantime, there are plenty of trends to follow that are just as important as the overall movement. Similar to other sports or tech movements, you sometimes have to constantly “stay in the know” to be well-informed. On the  Read more ➝

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How To Improve Your Skiing

Every level of skier has to practice their craft. Even experts aren’t technically done learning, which is why it’s completely normal to continue improving your abilities. We all might be starting at a different place, from beginners to seasoned snow buffs, but taking advantage of a few tips and tricks means you’re just going to  Read more ➝

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New Year, New Ski Gear

The holiday family rush is starting to slow down (at least at home it is) but on the slopes, it’s heating up! With the beginning of a new year comes the beginning of new snow adventures. And it might also mean that you’re interested in trading out your worn (but trusty) skis from a few  Read more ➝

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January Is National Learn To Ski & Snowboard Month

It’s that time of year again when new and beginner skiers can learn how to ski and snowboard! Through the month of January, resorts across the U.S. and Canada participate in the “National Learn To Ski & Snowboard Month.” This event is meant to encourage new skiers to come to the mountains and break new  Read more ➝

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Kid-friendly Ski Areas You Need To Visit This Season

Skiing in a winter wonderland is fun whether you’re on your own or with a group. And it’s even more exciting watching new and young skiers build their skills on the same mountain you love to go to. Bringing the whole family is a wonderful way to spend time together, connect with nature and share  Read more ➝

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Consider This: What To Expect When Backcountry Skiing

Sometimes the thrill of the slopes isn’t enough to quench the thirst of the adventurers. Which is why backcountry skiing is perfect for souls who crave being out in the wilderness. Most resorts across the globe have great alternatives to vertical drops and terrain parks. And many offer terrain that only experts need seek out!  Read more ➝

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Mont Tremblant Sees Welcomed Improvements

Canada invokes a sense of adventure and untamed wilderness, even for those who have never visited. Its massive expanse of land might seem daunting to some, while others find its prospect awe-inspiring. And so do its many ski resorts! Mont Tremblant ski resort in Quebec is already a sight to behold and will see exhibit  Read more ➝

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Which Season Pass ?

It’s time to start thinking about a season pass for next year. Alterra Mountain Company and Vail Resorts each offer access to more than 25 mountain resorts, located throughout the U.S. and Canada. Both season passes are a great value and include many added benefits. It all comes down to the proximity to your home,  Read more ➝

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Ski Season Opening Days Guide 2017-2018

When the sound of autumn leaves crunching underfoot changes to packed snow, you can’t help but imagine fresh tracks on your favorite mountain. Even if you’re in an area that won’t see storms for weeks (or months), there are reminders that opening days are dropping: sports shop tune-up clinics, local gear swaps, and sweet deals  Read more ➝

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Aspen, Intrawest, and Mammoth Are Now One

Recently, the Aspen Skiing Company announced the purchase of Steamboat, Stratton and Intrawest in a $1.5 billion deal to acquire Steamboat and the operator of Winter Park, Intrawest. While these two resorts are in Colorado, part of the deal includes Mammoth Resorts, a big name in California skiing including Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, Snow Summit,  Read more ➝

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