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Ski La Réserve - Cross-country skiing


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What are the activities at Ski La Réserve ?

Cross-country skiing

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Why choose a trail at Ski La Réserve?

Cross-country skiing at Ski La Réserve de la Québec is a fun, family activity that is enjoyed on groomed and marked trails. Beginners and experienced skiers alike will find something to enjoy, as there are trails of all difficulty levels. In addition, the surrounding scenery is beautiful, which makes this activity even more enjoyable.

What are the services on site?

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What are the coordinates and address of Ski La Réserve?

Ski La Réserve
56 Chem. du Mont la Réserve, Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm, QC J0T 2C0, Canada

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Starting Point

To get to the cross-country ski trailhead at Ski La Réserve in Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm in Quebec, take Route 158 and continue to Chemin du Lac.

Why visit Ski La Réserve

Ski La Réserve is a ski area located in Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm, in the province of Quebec. With its varied trails and guaranteed snow, it is the ideal place for ski and snowboard enthusiasts. Beginners can train on the gentle slopes of the green sector, while more experienced skiers can take on the more challenging runs of the black sector. In addition, the ski area also offers a zip line and a beginner's zone for younger skiers.

Things not to be missed

Activities to do near Ski La Réserve in Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm in the Quebec City area include hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing and skiing.

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