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Terrain Parks - Quebec City Region

Rider's Guide

The Quebec City region is the center of a province which is set completely aside from the rest of North America. It is the only place on the continent where the majority of people are Francophones, so you are more likely to feel as if you're in the French Alps than in North America. The Quebec City Region is the home to some world-class resorts: Le Massif has a total of five lifts, over 43 trails, a run of 14,200 feet, and nearly 240 inches of snow a year. Mont-Sainte-Anne has 13 lifts, over 65 trails, a run of over 7,000 feet, and 165 inches of powder a year. Stoneham has nine lifts, 32 trails, a run of 10,050 feet, and 145 inches of snow a year.

Parks and Pipes

There are plenty of natural features at these amazing resorts and Stoneham is the site of the Nokia Snowboard FIS World Cup, so you can be sure of amazing halfpipes, tons of action, snowboard cross, and much more!

Out of Bounds

If you've never been to Europe, get ready for massive culture shock. Quebec City is unlike any other North American city you can imagine, This is a city that loves its winters, and celebrates them with one of the biggest winter festivals in the world which includes huge indoor and outdoor parties, ice palaces, sculptures, ice baths, dog sled races, and snowmobile races.

Hangout & Hookup

When night falls on Quebec City the action really lights up. To quench your thirst, head to the several great bars such as Le Fou Bar where the students hang out on rue St-Jean, or go down the hill to Le Boudoir, on rue de l'Eglise, which also doubles as a red hot club at night. Jules et Jim on 1060 avenue Cartier is an established local favorite, along with L'Inox, a great brew-pub on 37 rue St-André and if you're really thirsty, Le Pub Saint-Alexandre will serve you any of 200 beers. The club scene really shines in Old Quebec, so make sure to check out the hottest dance floors at Le Kashmir, at 1018 rue St-Jean; Temps Partiel, at 698 rue D'Aiguillon; Maurice, 575 Grande Allée Est; or Chez Dagobert, right across the street. At 1175 avenue Cartier, Le Turf has Irish atmosphere and a busy dance floor.