We skiied Le Massif a few years back. It doesn't have any true green runs, it uses that label for the crosscuts--those diagonal runs--and all of them have uphill stretches that you have to work at. Probably only noticed because we were tired after 2 days at Mont Ste-Anne.
I'm Jen and I'm from North Vancouver, where I have numerous mountains at my fingertips. I ski and snowboard, usually at Mount Seymour, but always hit Whistler (about an hour from my house) a few times each season too.
Already bought my early-bird pass and looking forward to a great season this year!!
Here's another Canadian skier chiming in. I am in New Brunswick, so for any vertical at all we go to Quebec (Mont Ste Anne) or Maine (Sugarloaf). I've skied Whistler once but not likely to go back.
However, like many Maritimers, I now have a daughter in Alberta (Edmonton) so DH is already calculating when is the best time to go visit her and which ski resort we should hit at the same time. Any recommendations?
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