Mont Saint-Sauveur and Mont Avila sit overlooking a quaint small town and the expanse of the Saint-Sauveur Valley below.
Approximately an hour’s trip from downtown Montreal, patrons are provided the opportunity to soul-carve their way to serenity on vacation and “sick” days (coincidentally they directly correlate with pow days), weekends, and after work.
Sauveur’s night-skiing area is the largest in the region, shedding light on its 38 runs for beginners and experts alike to hone skills under the stars.
When the spring melt gives way to sweltering summer temperatures, Saint-Sauveur transforms into the Waterpark for some reprieve from the heat on waterslides plummeting down the mountain face. Golfers will find links aplenty hidden in the valley, starting with the recent addition of a Sauveur’s mini course to get warmed up on. Acres upon acres of an extensive trail system create countless new opportunities to appreciate the unspoiled wilderness; not much help from gravity here… it’s all muscle power, mes amis.