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A popular ski resort since 1914; Sainte-Adèle is a charming small town nestled in the mountains, with several winter sports centers close by. Although the busiest time for tourism is the snowy months, the summer is also a great time to visit for hiking, swimming in the nearby lakes, or simply enjoying the warm sunshine. The town also has a lively cultural scene, with many artists drawn to the area and inspired by the sweeping mountain scenery.

Things to see

Ski Chantecler is just a few minutes outside of Sainte-Adèle, offering several trails for skiing and snowboarding during the snowy season. There's a thick, shimmering powder which makes for smooth conditions, and once you're done with skiing you can enjoy cross country trails, ice skating, snowmobiling, ice fishing, snow biking, or even dog sledding for a unique experience. Once the snow melts, you can enjoy the lush greenery of the mountains, with hiking or biking on the defrosted trails. The Musée Trainorama is a great place to learn about the charming Train du Nord which covers the local area, and is set in a former station, with fun, interactive displays bringing it up to date. The Pavillon des Arts was created to showcase the artistic history of Sainte-Adèle, and these spacious modern galleries have floor to ceiling windows for plenty of light. Here you'll find an eclectic selection of artworks and sculptures, from local and nationally renowned artists, with an ever changing selection of works.

Hotels in Sainte-Adele

You'll find historic homes and buildings turned into hotels in Sainte-Adèle, allowing you to enjoy a comfortable stay with mountain views. Despite the isolation, you'll still enjoy modern facilities such as free WiFi and complimentary parking, with most properties offering breakfasts and onsite restaurants. There's a selection of hotels with ski-in/ski-out access, with a roaring fireplace waiting to warm you up, as well as spa services and health clubs so you can unwind. Some hotels have indoor pools for year round swimming, and nearby golf clubs for the summer months, allowing you to keep entertained on your vacation.

Where to stay

There's a small downtown area in Sainte-Adèle with useful facilities, and this charming town has buildings inspired by Swiss style chalets, with wooden accents and shutters. You'll find a selection of cozy cafés and boulangeries where you can pick up a great breakfast, and in the evenings there's an excellent selection of restaurants, with an emphasis on authentic French cuisine with a Canadian twist. Just outside of town you'll find winding mountain roads leading to calm lakes, some of which have their own beaches, and you can find quiet spots to fish or swim.

How to get to Sainte-Adele

Montréal is just an hour away by car, and there are regular buses from the Central Station, known locally as Gare d’autocars de Montréal, which take about 70 minutes. You can choose to arrive via Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, which is on a large number of routes, with flights from major cities across the USA and the rest of the world. If you take public transport to Sainte-Adèle, then you can easily get around on Le P'tit Train du Nord which runs throughout the surrounding mountain towns, with space for bikes and lots of cycling routes connecting you across the region.