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St. Sauveur heated 6-pack

Sommet Saint-Sauveur Who even remembers chairlift rides on cold wooden slats? Sommet Saint-Sauveur is upping Sunshine Village’s Teepee Town LX (North America’s first heated-seat quad) with its new Sommet Express six-pack. A shorter ride up barely gives users time to relax and enjoy the warmed seat and backrest charged at the base station. Replacing the … More »

Québec’s Corduroy Highway

Canada’s densest concentration of ski hills—and skier-friendly pit stops—lines the Laurentian Autoroute between Montreal and Mont Tremblant. SOMMET SAINT-SAUVEUR The record-setting extent of Sauveur’s nightskiing hits home as I stand at the top of the L’Atomic Express high-speed quad. Radiating outward like the spokes of a massive whitewashed wagon wheel, the six wonderfully groomed runs … More »

Me, Jack & Mr. Squinch in Québec

A B.C. native, a Kiwi and a Brit fondly recall their days (and nights) spent skiing Québec by Tobias C. Van Veen in Winter 2012 issue   Mon pays, ce n’est pas un pays, c’est l’hiver. —Gilles Vigneault When the blizzard hit, I had a sinking feeling in my stomach—along with the poutine and that Fin du Monde … More »

St. Sauveur heated 6-pack

Sommet Saint-Sauveur Who even remembers chairlift rides on cold wooden slats? Sommet Saint-Sauveur is upping Sunshine Village’s Teepee Town LX (North America’s first heated-seat quad) with its new Sommet Express six-pack. A shorter ride up barely gives users time to relax and enjoy the warmed seat and backrest charged at the base station. Replacing the … More »

Québec’s Corduroy Highway

Canada’s densest concentration of ski hills—and skier-friendly pit stops—lines the Laurentian Autoroute between Montreal and Mont Tremblant. SOMMET SAINT-SAUVEUR The record-setting extent of Sauveur’s nightskiing hits home as I stand at the top of the L’Atomic Express high-speed quad. Radiating outward like the spokes of a massive whitewashed wagon wheel, the six wonderfully groomed runs … More »

Me, Jack & Mr. Squinch in Québec

A B.C. native, a Kiwi and a Brit fondly recall their days (and nights) spent skiing Québec by Tobias C. Van Veen in Winter 2012 issue   Mon pays, ce n’est pas un pays, c’est l’hiver. —Gilles Vigneault When the blizzard hit, I had a sinking feeling in my stomach—along with the poutine and that Fin du Monde … More »

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