Mont Ste-Marie

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Customer Reviews

1,250 Ratings


Barbara · 1 reviews
· Redeemed February 17, 2018
Love the hill, Apres ski is amazing in the lodge


Lisa D. ·
· Redeemed April 19, 2017
Best hills relatively close to Ottawa.


Jon-Paul J. · 3 reviews TOP REVIEWER
· Redeemed April 19, 2017
Great hill for the family! Perfect learning hill.

What You'll Get

Choose Between Two Options

  • C$39.99 for a full-day lift pass at Mont Ste-Marie Mountain (C$49 value)
  • C$52 for a full-day lift pass with ski or snowboard rental package at Mont Ste-Marie Mountain (C$82 value)

The rental package includes skis or snowboard with bindings and boots.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Apr 15, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Limit 10 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Mont Ste Marie

Going Up The Mountain

Riding the chairlift up one of Mont Ste Marie's twin peaks—Vanier Mountain and Cheval Blanc—it's hard not to be awestruck. Panoramic views of the foothills, lakes, and buildings greet visitors as they ascend, turning the ride into just as much of a thrill as the trip back down. 

But it's not just the staggering scenery that attracts veteran skiers and snowboarders to the mountains. The privacy of the landscape is a second important draw. Free from overcrowding, it's easy to steal a moment alone before a descent, and savor the sensation of standing a whopping 1,250 feet above your surroundings.

Going Down The Mountain

Mont Ste Marie's verticals are, unsurprisingly, the highest in the region. That's especially true of the newest run on the south face of Cheval Blanc, Sudermann Ridge, a high-speed 1,325-foot dive designed for expert skiers and even-more-expert belly-sliders. 

Routes besides that one are hewn into the north faces of the peaks, and cater to a mix of skill levels. In general, Vanier Mountain is the more beginner-friendly of the two peaks, with long trails known for spectacular views and a relaxed pace. Total novices can even learn the ropes at the mountain's snow school, which hosts classes for ages four and up. Cheval Blanc, on the other hand, challenges more experienced skiers and snowboarders. Here, guests can brave Betsy, a double black diamond route that has earned awards for its breathtaking steeps.

Mont Ste Marie also adds to nature's formations with obstacles of its own. Its ski and snowboard cross centre pits visitors against banked turns and rollers, whereas its terrain park encourages tricks on rails, pipes, and jumps.

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