Looking for and inn, hotel, a room, a chalet or condo in Mont Ste-Anne or close to Old Québec and le Massif de la Petite-Rivière-Saint-Francois.
The Refuge du Faubourg offers you a list of activities to choose from.
Grand Vallon ( ½ km) Le Grand Vallon is a beautifully rolling 18-hole, par 72 course set against the breathtaking backdrop of Mont-Sainte-Anne. The course features 6,583 yards of impeccable fairways from the back tees, challenging tree-lined stretches, wide open mid-course sections, four lakes, and 40 pure white sand traps. Le Grand Vallon is without a doubt one of the beautiful golf course in the eastern Canada. We can guaranty you departure time in advance.
The St-Ferreol This site allows for a breathtaking panoramic view of the mountain and its famous ski slopes. If you like practicing your favourite sport in a fabulous setting, the St-Férreol Golf Course will answer to your needs. Located at the base of the mountain the breath taking view especially during the fall season has spectacular colors as though a famous painter had put it on canvas.
Our 18 hole, 6325 yards, par 72 and index 115 course is always impeccably well groomed and is completed by a golf academy combined to a specially designed training and improvement center where all can brush up on their technical skills under experienced professional supervision, should they wish to.
The Baie St-Paul golf course allows golfers to admire the scenery or the St-Laurence River, the mountains who’s colors change every season. On certain wholes you can see Ile aux Coudres and the shores of the St-Laurence River.
Located on the Island of Orleans and close to Québec city, the St-Laurent is a 6653 yards 18 hole course with a normal of 72 is ideal for golfers to measure their ability and performance.
Alpin The course is located at Sainte-Brigitte-Laval, 20 minutes from Québec City is a mature course in constant evolution. It had 4 greens and 2 tee offs reconstructed in 2004. It’s remarkable playing conditions and great location make it one of the nicest course in the region. A unique experience for all golfers.
Built in 1961, with a normal of 72 and 6332 yards. All 18 holes represent different levels of difficulty. Practice areas are also available.
18 hole course designed by Howard Watson. Located on a mountain side with a view of the Laurentiens and Lake Beauport. Excellent course for tourists. 6060 yards with a normal of 72.
Mont Sainte-Anne( ½ km)Webcam Host of many World Cup events and mostly renowned for its unique expert terrain, Mont-Sainte-Anne features trails for every category of skiers. Spread over three sides, the skiing terrain offers breathtaking scenery all around the mountain, with the St. Lawrence River to the south and the Laurentiens to the north.
Our 63 trails cover 450 acres and 42 miles (68 km), with a 2,050-foot (625-meter) vertical drop. At night, skiers will enjoy our 17 lighted trails and the highest vertical drop for night skiing in Canada.
Down by the sea rests a majestic mountain in a luxuriant environment where an accompanying microclimate makes for extremely generous snowfalls. Atop this mountain – in fact the highest vertical drop East of the Canadian Rockies, skiers and snowboarders can contemplate vast and unending scenery that triggers off a sense of well-being and liberation. Plunging straight towards the sea, 42 trails await discovery, each revealing a new view of the ships below that hail from around the globe. Le Massif: sharp pleasure for the senses, a treasure to be savoured to the fullest…
Stoneham (40 mins ) Located only 20 minutes from Québec City, Stoneham Mountain Resort is a perfect destination for outdoors enthusiasts. Nestled in a horseshoe shaped valley, which protects the resort from the wind, Stoneham features year-round activities, but it is known across North America for its exhilarating skiing.
With 32 trails spread over four mountains and a vertical drop of 1,380 feet (420 meters), Stoneham Mountain Resort caters to every category of skiers. At night, its 16-lighted trails—covering 9,8 miles (15,6 km)—represent the largest night skiing network in Canada.
Backed by 30 years of experience, Croisières AML is the largest cruise / excursion company in Canada. Present in six ports in the Province of Quebec, we cater to more than 500,000 passengers annually. Safety and professionalism are our hallmark!
Croisières AML promises you rewarding urban experiences and great outdoor adventures. We offer you a romantic and gastronomic getaway in Quebec City and in Montreal. Let us take you to the best whale watching site in the world in Baie-Ste-Catherine and in.
Zone Spa Come and create your own relaxation ritual in a wonderful environment. Among our service line, thermotherapy will infuse you with a calming well-being. In the aromatic steam bath, the Finnish sauna and the outdoor spa, you will feel an absolute relaxation. Under a bracing rain or under the nordic waterfall, you will discover a completely new sensation. Our massotherapists will provide you with dynamic massages and officious care. The effects incidental to these treatments are immediate and a peak experience of complete relaxation. The lake and the surrounding nature will provide you with peace and harmony within the comfort of our solarium. Within a few hours, you will have discovered and appreciated all the benefits of the ZONESPA ritual.
Mont-Sainte-Anne With its 212 km of trails makes it the largest cross-country centre in Canada, the Mont-Sainte-Anne Cross-Country Centre is second in North America only to Royal Gorge, CA. Renowned for its picturesque and diversified network and exceptional snow conditions, Mont-Sainte-Anne Cross-Country Centre is under the supervision of former Canadian National Team cross-country racer, Pierre Vézina of Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges.
We are located on trail #320.
Le Sapin d'or Founded in 1966 The Sapin d’or Club is located in the Québec and Charlevoix region with 435 km of trails.
Junction points with the club
North: Club de l’arrière-Pays (Lac Beauport) and the Saguenay Club (Jonquière)
South: Club des Sorciers (Island of Orleans) and Club de l’Ile-aux-Coudres
Est: Club des Aventuriers (La Malbaie)
West : Club le Petit sentier ( Saint-Émile)
Mont-Sainte-Anne What better way to fully appreciate the deep-woods tranquillity than a snowshoeing escursion in the 5 marked trails bordering Mont-Sainte-Anne, for a total of 30 km. Trail access if free of charge. Mont-Sainte-Anne cross-country center also offers a 15 km of enchanting snowshoe trails for only 6$ for the entire day. Snowshoes are available for rental at the Sports Alpins Boutique, at the base of the mountain and at the cross-country center.
Host of many world cups ) Renowned as the Mecca of mountain biking, Mont-Sainte-Anne features the most spectacular mountain bike network in eastern Canada. Explore the mountain on our trails designed for the family or experience the thrills of our double-black and downhill trails.
100 km of trails – 10 loops of 3 to 15 km each
6 trails 30 km ‘Single tracks’
Loop around the lake 3 km
12 structures différentes
Ranch des Pionniers
Centre Èquestre J.B. Martel, at 1km of the Refuge du Faubourg.
From our scenic path at the summit of the mountain to the Jean-Larose waterfalls in the valley, our 32-km network offers a variety of hiking trails, all of them with breathtaking scenery. Visit our summit restaurant for a refreshing beverage or a quick lunch. You will discover there the most beautiful vistas of the whole region.
Jean Larose Fall
Beautiful falls with 3 cascades with verticals of 12, 19 and 41 m.
Many km of trail in the forest and along the Sainte-Anne River
Sentiers des Caps de Charlevoix
Sentiers des Caps, an experience to do over and over…
Come live the intensity of a truly natural experience that will revitalize your senses.
The River, the Mountains and the Islands…
Come admire the magnificent panoramas offered from one of Sentierdes Caps’s belvedere.From Cap Tourmente to Petite-Rivière-Saint-François, you will be amazed by the Saint-Lawrence River, the archipelago of Montmagny and l’Isle-aux-Coudres.Take time to observe the scenery and watch North America’s history pass by your eyes.
Cavers originally started going down canyons to capture the excitement of vertical descents in caves, but to savor them in the basking sun. Small streams are visited by proceeding downstream, swimming or jumping whenever possible or putting a rope to rappel vertical falls. Even if the techniques are similar to those of vertical caving, the acquired experience over the years and the development performed by experts made canyoning a truly distinct discipline.
KCR Karting situé à Château-Richer,
One of Canada’s most exciting course. Starting at the age of 3 years old live the experience of KCR. Drive with our karts in total safety where the only limit will be yours, the the machine’s…
Free skating, broom ball
Horse drawn carriage
Movie theatre (Québec City)
Children’ s garden game ( Mont Ste-Anne
More than 30 years of history. 11 million people had the pleasure to visit this ultra modern amphitheatre for performing arts. Each year, nearly 400 000 people attend a hundred different shows and more than 350 musical, theatre, cinema, and dance performances.
Five circuits to wander through by car or bicycle: Route de la Nouvelle-France, Religious Heritage Circuit, Greedy Path, Four Waterfalls.
Québec City You will discover the past and the present which is full of future!
History fascinates you ? You are planning a vacation to Quebec City in the near future? You are at the right place! We are proposing you a virtual field trip which will surely make you want to come to Quebec City and discover its beauty.
Walk through Quebec's Region and Old Quebec- Historical and Heritage Circuits.
Les Grands Feux Loto-Québec Well designed and easy to get to, Montmorency Falls Park is only ten minutes from Québec City downtown. It boasts a full complement of facilities and considerable visitor capacity.
Fireworks firms and spectators alike agree that Montmorency Falls Park is the ideal venue for this dazzling event. Imagine a majestic natural amphitheater formed by a thundering wall of water that tumbles 272 feet into a basin enclosed by the rocky walls of the Côte-de-Beaupré plateau. What a setting ! What an atmosphere !
Nowhere else do fireworks teams have the opportunity to tap the potential of such a stunning natural setting - an unending source of inspiration and possibilities. From above, below, and on all sides, the pyrotechnic displays blend with the fluid, flowing textures of the white water to create instants of pure enchantment.
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