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Station Mont-Édouard

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67, rue Dallaire, L'Anse-Saint-Jean, G0V 1J0

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418 272-2927

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The highest skiable peak in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region, Mont-Édouard offers 32 slopes, one of which is more than 3 km long, with a vertical drop of 450 metres. You won't be able to resist the pleasure of hurtling down this mountain, which offers magnificent views of the Saguenay Fjord, not to mention the fact that Mont-Édouard rises at the gateway to the village of L'Anse-Saint-Jean, a member of the Association des plus beaux villages du Québec.


  • h Halte routière
  • Â Pet-friendly
  • ö Equipment rental
  • K Internet access
  • 5 Paid admission
  • 0 Seasonal operation

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Picnic Area


Total length: 20 km
Accessibility: all year round
Difficulty: easy and intermediate

Practical: cross-country and downhill
Total length: 10 km
Difficulty: easy, intermediate and difficult

New off-piste sector in undergrowth accessible via a 75-metre footbridge.
Number of slopes: 32
Height difference (m): 450
Ski lifts: 2 chairlifts

Difficulty :
6 "Easy" tracks
7 "Difficult" tracks
13 "Very difficult" tracks
4 "Extreme" tracks

Backcountry sector
4 mountains to descend in the hinterland with peaks reaching altitudes of up to 800 m and vertical drops of more than 400 metres. You will also find refuges.

The network of snowshoe trails of the Station Mont-Édouard (marked but not maintained) has several easy, intermediate and difficult loops varying between 3 and 8.5 km in distance, including the very popular Pierre Lavoie circuit (difficult). The La Cascadeuse trail passes by the summit or the summit hut offers the opportunity to warm up and eat.
Total length of tracks (km): 30
Difficulty: Easy, Intermediate

Cross-country skiing
Free access to the two cross-country ski trails surrounding the mountain, one of 4 km and the other of 6 km, both considered easy. The marked, marked and groomed trails make it possible to practise classic cross-country skiing and freestyle skiing, commonly known as "pas de patin". Cross-country skiers can enjoy the enchanting scenery and tranquility of the Anjeannois forest, starting from the Mont-Édouard Station.
Total length of tracks (km): 10
Total number of tracks: 4
Difficulty: Easy, Intermediate

Slides on inner tubes on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
Also open during the holiday break and spring break.
Slides are available for groups upon reservation.

Free outdoor skating rink available at all times.