Quebec travelers choose from 13 Best Western hotels.
It's winter in Canada's largest province - Bienvenue Quebec!
From the history of Canada's oldest settlement, the snowshoeing trails of Quebec City, to the hockey games of Montreal – Quebec offers a diversity of winter activities. Visitors flock to Quebec in winter for excellent skiing, picture perfect ice skating rinks, and spectacular ice fishing. When visiting Quebec City, you'll find an array warm, comfortable, and friendly accommodations.
Montreal's CenterBell is home to the Montreal Canadiens – watch the excitement as they battle into the playoffs in hopes of claiming Lord Stanley's Cup. Don't miss out on Owl’s Head Ski Resort, or the popular Mont Saint-Sauveur, both just outside Montreal. Fishermen don't miss the challenge of fishing ice-top, with a visit to Ste-Anne de la Pérade - between Montreal and Quebec City. Don't forget the skates, and make your way to Parc La Fontaine - with its long and wandering ice paths.
Near Quebec City, enjoy winter skiing trills at Mont-Sainte-Anne – explore over 208km of trails and runs while taking in views of the St. Lawrence River. Just 45 minutes from Montreal, Ski Bromont is a popular destination with 155 runs and trails on seven hillsides. Winter in Quebec is a skiiers dream.