Fall and cooler weather are giving antsy legs to all skiers, snowboarders, as well as all other winter lovers.

Here’s what’s new this season, north of the border in the province of Quebec, by region, including several important resort anniversaries.


Parc du Mont-Saint-Mathieu has expanded its snow park, and snowmaking improvements will allow both earlier and later season access to an area with multiple glades.

Eastern Townships

At Mont-Orford, the new electronic RFID ticketing system will simplify the customer experience, and improvements to the snowmaking system will ensure a longer ski season, just like at Mont Sutton and Owl’s Head.


At Gleason, there’s been a transformation to LED lights for night skiing and improvement of the snowmaking system.

Quebec and Charlevoix

Mont Grand-Fonds celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, adding a new magic carpet and improvements to the snowmaking system. There will be special anniversary events throughout the year.

This is the first full season for Club Med Quebec which opened in December 2021 with all-inclusive food and drink, and an instructor-level on-snow touring guide.


Massif du Sud also has implemented a new RFID system on the mountain.


This season is the grand reopening of Gallix Ski Resort, which was partially closed last season due to a major chairlift breakdown.


Petit Chamonix celebrates its 60th anniversary this season.  Val d’Irène has added two new double-black runs.


Belle Neige celebrates its 60th anniversary this season with new lift, La Fenster, as well as improvements to the snowmaking system. At Vallée Bleue, the new Le Muskeg Bar is sure to be the scene for great après-ski.

Les Sommets has upgraded the snowmaking system for Sommet Saint-Sauveur, Versant Avila, Sommet Gabriel and Sommet Morin Heights, and to the learning zone at Sommet Olympia. Sommet Gabriel skiers will be able to sit in the new La Laurentienne chairlift.

Mont Blanc has added a new main lift boarding mat, new service center and improvements to the Pioneer Bar.

Tremblant introduces a new app with live weather and ski conditions, ski and village interactive maps, run history and challenges, and more. Details here.  Hymne des Trembles is a new multi-phase project that will connect the Versant Soleil to the Versant Sud areas, supporting the eventual expansion of skiable terrain.

Mont Rigaud will offer a different experience to the users of the magic carpet since it will now be covered with a dome. The mountain’s lighting is now all in LED. Also, improvement was made to the snowmaking system. At Ski Saint-Bruno there’s a new terrace and a ski café for après-ski enthusiasts.


Camp Fortune has expanded the main lodge and made improvements to the snowmaking system which will extend the ski season.


Mont Fortin introduces a new magic carpet ski or snowboard beginners. Valinouët is launching a new website.

Thanks to the Quebec Ski Areas Association for this information.

Founded in 1979, the ASSQ is a non-profit organization grouping together Quebec’s ski areas. Its mission is to promote and defend the interests of the ski areas, to foster the development of the next generation, and to support the industry to offer skiers and snowboarders memorable experiences.

Skiing and snowboarding are practiced by about 1.4 million Quebecers.

What’s your favorite place to ski in Quebec?


  1. Hello you forgot the 2 best ski areas Mont Sainte Anne and le MASSIF IN THE QUEBEC Region by the way the Club Med is located at le Massif

  2. Richard Kavey says:

    Evelyn, Nicely done! Very informative. Thanks! Dick

  3. Stephen Greene says:

    How about a report on cross country centers in Quebec

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