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Embrace the season.

There’s no time like winter to explore the province of Québec and its unique culture. Although temperatures drop, Québécois people (and visitors) find ways of staying warm, whether by skiing, skating or enjoying colourful events. Attache ta tuque, mon ami, because it’s time to discover Québec in wintertime.

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Hills galore.

Mont Tremblant’s 102 trails and the European-style village at its base make this resort an international favourite. More experienced skiers will enjoy the challenge of Le Massif de Charlevoix’s black diamond slopes. Please note that Mont-Sainte-Anne station is closed for an undetermined period.

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Unique winter fun.

Have you ever gone snowmobiling on the Trans Canada Trail? What about dog sledding on a snowy path through a forest? Québec offers plenty of unusual snowy experiences beyond skiing and snowboarding, whether it is tobogganing at 70 kilometers per hour in Québec City or fat biking in the snow in Mont-Tremblant.

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Dazzling events.

Québec’s wildlife may hibernate in winter, but its cities certainly don't! Christmas markets take place throughout the province in the weeks leading up to the holidays. Starting in January, Igloofest takes the stage in Montréal. And in February, Montréal en Lumière lights up the metropolis and the Québec Winter Carnival warms hearts.

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Off the beaten path.

Take the road less travelled and explore all the icy activities that Québec has to offer. You can ice skate on trails through pine forests at the Lost Forest Estate. Or, for a relaxing afternoon, rent an ice-fishing hut at one of 65 sites across the province. And if you seek thrills, head to the Montmorency Falls for ice climbing.

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