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All reviews night skiing main street ski resort shops and restaurants beautiful village get away day trip whole family beautiful place to visit excellent place autumn season interesting shops less than an hour tourist town only drawback val david black diamonds
Staff were excellent, very friendly, out going. They spoke English and not only helpful, but quick to point out and hand out coupons and help with local directions.
We stayed in a cabin in Feb, the cabin was fantastic had everything except blankets and pillows....More
Enjoyed our ski last weekend. It was soooo cold though. After 2/3 runs we had to go into the chalet to warm up. Lots of ski events happening, so mainly green and black diamond runs open. Not too keen on the one green run to...More
Yes we want up north on 15 from montreal to snow tubing it’s was the place for a whole family to go young and teens and all ages it a excellent place for snow tubing wide and long lanes nice chair lift to take you...More
We went to Sommet St-Sauveur for a day of ski on 12/28 - the busiest time of the year. We waited for 45 minutes at the counter to get our tickets. There were not a lot of people in line but there was only 2...More
Had a fun weekend getaway with family at Mont Saint Sauveur. We did night skiing Friday. Day skiing Saturday, and Sunday. The ski conditions were perfect. We also enjoyed going on the viking, and tubing.
Such a vibrant community . There are tanger outlets and beautiful shops and restaurants on Main Street. Love the atmosphere in festive autumn season and many businesses display of Halloween frolic. We enjoyed our visit and recommend travellers to visit here.
We spent the last 5 nights of our 3 week trip to Quebec Province in this delightful town.
I loved the main street with the old style houses that are now shops and restaurants.
We felt very welcome from everyone we encountered.
Only 45 mins...More
Response from Muddlerman | Reviewed this property |
Since you are only there for a weekend I would suggest the Aerobic corridor in Morin Heights. It's only a ten minute drive from St Sauveur and you can go about 70km. West on the coridor. Another alternative is drive to Lac... More
Since you are only there for a weekend I would suggest the Aerobic corridor in Morin Heights. It's only a ten minute drive from St Sauveur and you can go about 70km. West on the coridor. Another alternative is drive to Lac des Seize Ile (Sixteen Island Lake ) 30/35km on the 364 and walk the corridor in the east direction and if you like there is a shuttle on the lake that you can take for a fee and really get a look at the changing colors.
Another alternative if you are looking for a tougher walk up and down hills but groomed for hiking and mountain biking drive to Newego (Lac Sainte Francois Xavier) there is a nice trail there around the lake.
I am sure you can find all this on the Internet or get the info from your hotel.
Have a great weekend and please respect the environment and the privacy of others.