Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Skiing under the Radar: Four Smaller Canadian Resorts Worth a Try

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Skiing under the Radar: Four Smaller Canadian Resorts Worth a Try

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Skiing under the radar: Smaller resorts worth a try

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TORONTO - Big-name ski resorts draw big crowds.

But less-popular destinations can also offer plenty of outdoor fun, along with shorter lift lines.

If you're looking for an alternative to the likes of Whistler, B.C., or Banff, Alta., here are four Canadian resorts suggested by Cheapflights.ca:

-- Mont Blanc, Que., an hour north of Montreal: Smaller and more laid back than Tremblant, Mont-Sainte-Anne and Le Massif. Mont Blanc has one of Quebec's largest ski schools and one of the highest verticals in the Laurentians. www.skimontblanc.com

-- Calabogie Peaks, Ont., an hour west of Ottawa: Along with 32 hectares of skiable area and three terrain parks, the resort offers snowshoe treks, ice skating and access to an extensive network of snowmobile trails. …

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