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Splitboarding in Quebec: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You


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FAQs: Splitboarding in Quebec

What should I know about Splitboarding Quebec?

While Quebec may not be as well-known for splitboarding as other, more mountainous, parts of Canada, there are still plenty of spots to explore in Canada’s largest province (and second largest administrative division).

Forillon National Park, at the very eastern tip of the Gaspé Peninsula offers some great views and excellent opportunities to explore this pristine part of Canada. Offering various runs, all of which have a great view, it’s the perfect place to explore when visiting the area.

Away from the Chic Choc Mountains, Mont-Tremblant is another popular spot for splitboarding. Located closer to the center of the province, this small mountain and surrounding highlands is the perfect spot for first-time splitboards. Mild slopes are the perfect way to get used to snowboarding and skiing off-piste while still providing excellent views.

Why should I choose Quebec for my Splitboarding adventure?

Stunning scenery

While the mountains in Quebec may not be the highest, this does not preclude them from having incredible natural beauty. From the top, you’ll enjoy views out over the surrounding evergreen forests, pristine lakes, and snowy landscape. Those close to the coast even afford views of the sea.

Avoid the crowds

One of the many benefits of heading to Quebec for a splitboarding adventure is how few others do. This means plenty more slopes all to yourself and unspoiled powder on which you get to make tracks for the first time. There’s really no feeling quite like it!


Situated near the eastern tip of the Gaspé Peninsula, the Haute-Gaspésie is easily one of the most popular spots in the Chic Choc Mountains. With easy to access to several incredible freeride destinations, Haute-Gaspésie is the perfect spot for spending a day or an entire week.

What can I expect from the weather during my Splitboarding trip in Quebec?

During the winter, average daily temperatures in Quebec (in the mountainous region) hover around -10 ºC. The area also gets between 60 to 80 centimeters of snow each month.

How can I get to Quebec?

Any splitboarding trip to Quebec, will likely begin with a flight into Michel-Pouliot Gaspé Airport (YGP), which can be reached directly from Quebec City. From here, it is easiest to rent a car and drive to your final destination.

Which language is predominantly spoken in the Quebec region?

English, French

What's the country code for the Quebec region?


What currency is accepted around Quebec?

Canadian dollar (CAD)

When is the best time to travel to Quebec for Splitboarding?

December to April

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