National Geographic Traveler magazine has included Quebec’s Le Massif ski resort on its most recent list of the world’s top can’t-miss winter destinations.
Le Massif de Charlevoix near Quebec City is now included on the magazine’s “Best Winter Trips 2014” list alongside Paris, France, Australia’s Gold Coast, Yellowstone National Park, and the Nosara Beaches of Costa Rica.
“We take pride in this prestigious ranking by National Geographic, especially following on the heels of the Canadian Tourism Awards… where Le Massif de Charlevoix was named Innovator of the Year,” says Daniel Gauthier, Chairman of Groupe Le Massif’s Board of Directors. “We are happy to contribute to the development of this industry and to position Charlevoix as an absolutely must-go destination.
While National Geographic suggests winter as the time for a trip to Le Massif, it also recommends a visit anytime between June and October, when the tourist train is running and thus generates interest in Hôtel La Ferme, one of the three hubs of Le Massif de Charlevoix.
About Le Massif de Charlevoix
A year-round resort destination, Le Massif de Charlevoix was born of a desire to share a fully integrated experience with curious, adventurous clients who care about the planet. Its tourism product offer rests on three pillars:
Hôtel La Ferme, whose interior décor was named the most beautiful in the world;
The Train, which runs through 140 km of exceptional scenery between a river and the mountains – a circuit accessible only by rail;
The Mountain – much more than a ski centre, which features a range of activities unique to North America, such as a 7.5-km luge run over the highest vertical drop east of the Rockies.
For more info on Le Massif, see www.lemassif.com
Photo courtesy of Le Massif.
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