There is so much to do in Charlevoix! Whether putting on the snowshoes, waxing the cross-country skis, snowkiting on the Saint-Lawrence or dog-sledding in the back-country, your pleasure stretches endlessly. Hit the 7,5-km luge trail – the only one of its kind in North America – bound for the river. Perhaps a raclette later on?

 

  • Snowshoeing trails

    Charlevoix offers outdoor lovers a wide range of snowshoeing paths crisscrossing the region.

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  • Cross-country skiing paths

    Cross-country skiing enthusiast, you will find an excursion meeting your expectations here.

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  • The Mont Grand-Fonds

    With 140 km of ski trails, 46 km of which are for skate skiing, Mont Grand-Fonds attracts lovers of Nordic skiing who put on snowshoes and hit the 41 km of trails, one which leads to the summit. In its shelters heated by wood, hot chocolate, coffee and chicken broth are offered. On the house!

    See + About The Mont Grand-Fonds

    Photo : Francis Gagnon - Mont Grand-Fonds

  • Free shows at the Casino de Charlevoix

    Fridays and Saturdays, A Get Together Like No Other!

    Come enjoy a night out with friends in a warm ambiance.

    Check out the schedule for shows

    Photo : Casino de Charlevoix

  • Winter in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François

    You don’t need to search extensively to find something to do in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François in the winter. The highest vertical drop in the East, Le Massif de Charlevoix, the ski station offering the best skiing in Québec, is here. Our cross-country ski trails are known as some of the nicest and best-groomed. The snowshoe trails are diversified, offering hard to describe perspectives that are yours to discover. Yes there is snow, so much snow that visitors in the region often remark that in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François we don’t ski on concrete!

    See + About Winter in Petite-Rivière-Saint-François

    Photo : Massif de Charlevoix