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The Resort as Art: Le Massif, Quebec

The topsy-turvy world of Le Massif, Quebec, and how Cirque de Soleil's cofounder sees it as his next creative challenge.

It’s not every day you see a skier on stilts, but exceptions are increasingly the rule at Le Massif, Quebec, a refreshingly unusual resort just downstream from Quebec City on the left bank of the St. Lawrence River. Long renowned for its upside-down layout—you park at the top, where the main lodge is, then ski down some 2,500 vertical feet toward the river—Le Massif is poised to turn the entire resort experience upside down.

SKI Magazine: October 2008

Find everything from the October issue here: the Top 50 Resort Guide, Look-at-Me Luxury Gear, Revelstoke, and more.

Stuff We Like (p. 40)

The newest and coolest gear for this season, picked out by our peeps at SKI Magazine. >>>Read Now

Mountains of Real Estate (p. 42)

Is it time to buy that dream ski home? With the real estate market in the deep freeze, there are some deals, albeit few steals. And the Russians are coming.
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Quebec City, Que.

Spend a weekend skiing and dining in and around "le petit" Paris. No plane ticket required.

Few places in North America evoke Europe as authentically as Quebec City. Founded in 1608 by French explorer Samuel de Champlain, this 400-year-old walled city is France without jetlag, Europe without the euro. Cheek-by-jowl stone buildings line narrow streets. Horse-drawn carriages clip-clop along. Street entertainers jockey for attention.

Friends Rally Around Marc Andre Belliveau

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Friends and Neighbors Party in Support of Marc Andre Belliveau.

French for 'Fun'

Travel East

Near Quebec City, lesser-known Stoneham serves up Quebecois charm, prime conditions and (but of course!) excellent food.

French Finds

Travel

Chic hotels and a trio of resorts make Quebec City a ski-worthy destination.

Hotel de Glace: Quebec City Que.

Travel

Cozy up in Quebec City's "Ice Hotel."

Dining Out: November 2001

Travel East

A guide to where to eat in the east.

Fact File: Mont Sainte Anne, Quebec

Features

Everything you need to know about Mont Sainte Anne, Quebec.

Swedish Teen Takes Gutsy Slalom Win, Koznick Eighth

Features

Anja Paerson of Sweden picked up the biggest title of her career Wednesday night in horrid conditions to win theslalom at the World Alpine Ski Championships.

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