Mont-Sainte-Anne, situated in Capitale-Nationale, Quebec, Canada, stands as a year-round mountain destination within the Laurentian mountain chain, approximately 40 km northeast of Quebec City. Renowned for its breathtaking scenery, extensive groomed trails, and family-friendly atmosphere, with 9 lifts to transport guests, Mont-Sainte-Anne caters to a diverse range of skill levels, from beginner to advanced. Established in January 1966, Mont-Sainte-Anne is one of Canada's original ski areas. Beyond skiing and snowboarding, the resort hosts various winter activities such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, paragliding, sleigh rides, and ice skating.

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Where is Mont-Sainte-Anne located?

Mont-Sainte-Anne is located in Capitale-Nationale, Quebec, Canada.

The nearest major airport to Mont-Sainte-Anne is the Quebec City Jean Lesage International Airport (YQB). The airport is approximately 60 kilometers (about 37 miles) southwest of Mont-Sainte-Anne.

From the airport, you can arrange for various transportation options, including rental cars, shuttles, or taxis to reach Mont-Sainte-Anne. Many resorts also offer transportation services or can provide information on the best ways to reach the ski destination from the airport.

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