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    Blue Mountains area, about an hour outside of Toronto, is as good as it gets in Ontario. There are about 5 resorts on the Blue Mountains (Blue Mountain being the main resort), but they are all different sides of the same hill. Some of the resorts are private for the rich Toronto crowd, but most are open to the public.
    Vertical height is not high, but probably bigger than most in the UK.
    If you don't mind driving a little futher, head East. If you make it to Ottawa, there are number of good hills in the Ottawa Valley. Quebec has the best of the East Coast - with Tremblant (Montreal) and Mont Ste. Anne (Quebec City) are the top. Jay Peak in Vermont is great for soft snow (closest to powder in the East) and glades.

    Hope that's helpful! about 10 years ago

    Answered by Adam Tait via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Ummm... Short answer is no!
    Quebec has some good skiing, IF you can ski on ice. I'm biased, but if you want to ski in Canada, go west. My favourites: Lake Louise near Banff and Big White near Kelowna.
    Of course if you want to cross country ski, you have many more options across the country! over 8 years ago

    Answered by TravelEater via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Actually not really I would try up more like in Canada but if you want to go to Ontario I would go fishing at Lake Ontario .Last year I caught a huge salmon their.It is very beautiful.If you decide to fish ,get a hotel room next to salmon river.that sunset was delightful for my family but the only bad part is that you have to wake up really early almost 8 years ago

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