Explore a beautiful setting
You’ll love walking along the main street that meanders through this old settlement village, where the L’Assomption River runs. During the Saint-Côme en Glace festival, don’t miss the many ice sculptures along the main street. The picture-perfect town of St-Côme makes an ideal home base to discover Lanaudière. Nearby attractions include the immense territory of Mont-Tremblant National Park, two regional parks and the National Trail, which crosses the region.
This winter wonderland also attracts snowshoeing and skiing enthusiasts. Did you know it’s home to one of Quebec’s largest ski centres? The area also offers snowmobilers a wide variety of magnificent trails where you can take in the fresh air and soak up the stunning views. Come nightfall, enjoy the comfort of a cozy inn where you can dream of tomorrow’s adventures.
One run… and you’ll want more!
With some 30 slopes, including 9 lit for night skiing, the Ski Val Saint-Côme offers skiers and snowboarders a unique experience. Excellent snow conditions and trails of varying difficulty mean everyone can have fun at their own pace.
Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing at St-Côme
Enjoy 11.5 km of cross-country ski trails and 18 km of snowshoe trails in a stunning forest setting. Children and adults alike will have fun on slopes of varying degrees of difficulty.
Saint-Côme is the ideal place to set out on an adventure or take a break. Whether you’re heading toward Saint-Michel-des-Saints or Saint-Donat alongside the national park, or toward Notre-Dame-de-la-Merci via the bridge crossing the Ouareau River, everything is accessible!
To ensure you don’t miss any local events during your stay, such as outdoor shows, consult our calendar below.