Mont Saint Sauveur, Quebec

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Mont Saint Sauveur in Quebec and Escape2ski provide you with information about this ski resort, such as its vertical drop of 700ft / 213m, total trails of 25, closest airport 42mi / 68km, plus resort activities, snow reports, resort trail map, slope-side lodging options, webcams and a total of 5 chairlifts. Mont Saint Sauveur Ski […]

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Mont Saint Sauveur in Quebec and Escape2ski provide you with information about this ski resort, such as its vertical drop of 700ft / 213m, total trails of 25, closest airport 42mi / 68km, plus resort activities, snow reports, resort trail map, slope-side lodging options, webcams and a total of 5 chairlifts.

Mont Saint Sauveur Ski Area, aka Sommet Saint Sauveur is approximately a 45-minute drive north of Montreal, Canada. The Saint Sauveur Valley is a beautiful area surrounded by mountains and a great place to visit any time of the year. The Saint Sauveur area has been popular as a winter recreation destination dating back to the early 1900’s, and this is why it has earned the reputation of being the home of the Quebec Ski Industry.

The Year was 1934 when Fred Pabst of the American Brewing Family decided to install Canada’s first Rope Tow on what was to be named, Hill 70 in the Saint Sauveur Valley. Hill 70 was the new named for what had been known for years as the Big Hill at Saint Sauveur. Red Birds Ski Club chose the name Hill 70 in honor of the 1917 victory in Flanders. Over the years the mountainside became home to many owners who purchased lots, cut trails and installed lifts to attract winter enthusiasts.

Finally, in 1972 after many years of effort by visionary Jacques G Hebert, the individual ski hills that occupied a common mountainside became known as Mont Saint Sauveur Ski Area. To further attract people who may not have been able to ski during the day, lights were added to the slopes, and beginning in 1976, Mont Saint Sauveur Ski Area opened for night skiing.


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On the Slopes

  • The Mont Saint Sauveur Ski Area features incredible views of the valley below, both during the day and at night. Grand Elan, Red Bird and Cote 71 are a few of the fall line trails available for your day on the slopes.
  • The Snoprk Terrain Park is home to jumps, rails, and boxes for added fun while visiting the Mont Saint Sauveur Ski Area.
  • The Snow School has a group of dedicated instructors who teach programs such as The Intro-Plus Experience for beginners, as well as, private, group and lessons for ages 3 and older.
  • The main base lodge at the Mont Saint Sauveur Ski Area features a retail outlet, The Shop, and two choices for food, the Au Pied de la Cote, and a fast food restaurant.

Off the Slopes

  • Off-mountain activities include the Viking, an alpine roller coaster, a double zipline known as Dragon, and cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.
  • The Saint Sauveur Valley features at least a dozen lodging options, including the Manoir Saint Sauveur, Le Relais St-Denis, and Hotel St-Sauveur. There is also shopping and a vast selection of dining options available in the area.
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Mountain Information

Current Status: Closed

Mountain Essentials

Vertical Drop:
700 ft / 213 m

Base Elevation:
665 ft / 203 m

Summit Elevation:
1365 ft / 416 m

Skiable Area:
142 acres

Average Snowfall:
180 in / 457 cm

Trail Map

Snow Report

Weather Conditions

Mountain Terrain

Total Trails: 25

Beginner: 6 (24%)

Intermediate: 6 (24%)

Advanced: 11 (44%)

Expert: 2 (8%)

Terrain Parks & Pipes: 1

Snow Cross: No

Super Pipe: No

Half Pipe: No

Jib Park: Yes

Services

Ski & Snowboard School: Both

Rentals & Repairs: Yes

Parking:  Free

Retail Shops: Yes

Children’s Ski Programs: Yes

Women's Ski Programs: Yes

Adaptive Ski Programs: No

Childcare: No

Day Lodges: Yes

Restaurants: Yes

Distance from...

Nearest Airport:
Montreal QC , 42mi / 68km

Nearest Major City:
Montreal QC, 47mi / 76km

Nearest Town/City:
Saint Sauveur QC, 1mi / 2km

Mountain Operations

Season Dates: Nov 11 to Apr 16

Skiing & Snowboarding: Both

Open Days: Open Daily

Hours of Operation:
9:00am to 10:00pm : Hours maybe subject to change.

Night Skiing: Nightly

Lift Ticket Prices

Lift Information

Total Lifts: 5

Express Quad Chairs: 3

Quad Chairs: 1

Surface Lifts: 1

Lodging

Mountainside: No

Within 20mi / 33km: Yes

Closest Airport(s)

What our Convenience Rankings™ mean

Montreal-Trudeau Intl Airport  (YUL)
Distance: 42 mi / 68 km
Ranking: Most Convenient

Mont Tremblant Intl Airport  (YTM)
Distance: 64 mi / 102 km
Ranking: Limited Major Airline Use

Contact Info

Central Reservations: N/A

Direct Phone: 450-227-4671

Snow Phone: 450-227-4671

Helpful Links

Official Ski Resort Site

Nearby Lodging

Tourism Site

Vallee Saint Sauveur