Every ski bum dreams of spending a couple of weeks traveling the Powder Highway. From Whistler to Red Mountain, to Roger’s Pass and Quebec, Canada offers some of the most consistent and overall rad skiing in the world. It’s like Europe, except for the home-brewed espresso is replaced by Tim Hortons and the croissants are substituted by poutine. So if this is the year you leave the States to ski Canada, visit the following 10 resorts.
Although Mont-Sainte-Anne resembles a hill more than it resembles a mountain, this resort offers some of the best views in all of skiing. With the ice-packed St. Lawrence river running beneath its slopes and meandering hills all around, Mont-Sainte-Anne is a must for any east coast skier. Also, don’t forget to stop at one of the sugar shacks located on the La Pichard trail.
Vertical Drop- 2,050 ft
Skiable Terrain- 547 acres
Number of Lifts- 9
Annual Snowfall- 188 inches