More than a century-old slide, a unique attraction in Quebec City. This impressive structure, which has become familiar to residents of Quebec, appeared on the Dufferin Terrace in 1884. A few years later, the iconic Château Frontenac, most photographed hotelin the world, was erected next to the slide, projecting shade on what we believe is the oldest attraction in town. It was then closed in 1981, but then again regained its appeal in December 1992 and has been operated since then.

Experience ice fishing in downtown Québec City, just steps from Manoir Victoria. Fish in the comfort of an inflatable igloo or directly on the Louise Basin and enjoy the family-friendly amenities available (skating rink and sliding). Village Nordik at the Port of Québec, designed so you can enjoy the Québec winter!


January 19 to March 12, 2017*
Thursday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*Subject to the whims of Mother Nature, hours of operation may vary depending on weather conditions.


Enjoy winter sports for free in an accessible and enchanting location with a spectacular view of the Saint-Lawrence River. The Plains of Abraham provides more than 11 km of ski trails laid out for beginner and intermediate cross-country skiers, a 3.8 km trail (round trip) for snowshoeing, and 5.6 km of walking trails. A waxing room and two heated rest areas are also available.

Skate in the heart of the action, it is possible to Place D'Youville! In a lively atmosphere, you can practice this sport for free. With its refrigeration system, it is possible to take advantage of this unique site as soon as the month of October! The ice quality is excellent at all times.

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