School Skiing in Canada

A school ski trip to Canada offers a real sense of wilderness, wherever you are – partly due to the sheer scale of the country and partly due to the spectacular locations and views.

Canada certainly offers a wide range of scenery, from arctic tundra, vast pine forests and glacial mountains to great waterways, colossal lakes and endless prairies. It also boasts true wild-life – you might not spot humpback whales or grizzly bears on your trip, but there’s a reasonable chance you might see moose or hear wolves howling in the distance!

Canada is well known across the world for offering world-class ski resorts. From the province of Quebec to the famed Canadian Rockies, you can guarantee plentiful snow, beautifully groomed slopes, high quality accommodation and unbeatable long seasons.

Ski here and you’ll surely understand why so many Canadians embrace nature and treat the outdoors as such a special place.


  • Flight times (approx):

    7hrs East / 11hrs West

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Quebec was originally founded by settlers from France. Canadian French is the main language, and everything from cuisine to architecture has echoes of the old country, with a North American twist. Café culture and bistros can be found throughout the region, whilst European style churches and colonial buildings are easily identifiable.

The mountains close to Quebec City are home to numerous ski resorts, making it the perfect destination for a ski safari. From our accommodation in Mont Sainte Anne you have access to both the Mont Sainte Anne and Le Massif resorts. Both are vibrant ski resorts with deserved reputations for their modern ski facilities, excellent snow records and stunning views.

Quebec Ski Safari: Ski both Mont Sainte Anne and Le Massif, two fantastic Canadian resorts, in the same week whilst staying at one hotel.