Opening Day: June 07, 2014 - Closing Day: October 13, 2014
June 7 to 22 & Sept 5 to Oct 13
Friday to Sunday 0:30am to 4pm
June 23 to August 11
10:30am to 4pm on Sunday and Monday
and 10:30am to 6:30pm on Thursday - Saturday
Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Full Day + Unlimited Lift Access:
Adult $40 - Child $33 - After 2pm $32
Full Day Trails & One Chair Ride:
Adult $28 - Child $26
Discounted multi-day rates available.
Mont-Sainte-Anne Bike Park Overview
Renowned as the Mecca of mountain biking, the Mont-Sainte-Anne Bike Park features the most spectacular mountain bike network in eastern Canada. 28km of downhill trails, more than 130km of cross-country trails, single track, huge pump track, new dirt track and a mini zone shore. The most diverse downhill and xc bike trails await everyone - beginners to experts!
2014 World Cup Downhill and Cross Country and Other Events
MSA DH SERIE: July 20, August 17 and September 27
Welcome to a friendly gathering where the downhillers give their 100% in order to ride the designated trail in the best possible time. Every MSA DH Serie is challenging the participants with different trails and runs.
VÉLIRIUM AND UCI MOUNTAIN BIKE WORLD CUP: July 31 to August 3
Thursday, July 31: City 8 [downtown Quebec city]
Friday, August 1st: Eliminator World Cup - Finals
Saturday, August 2: DHI World Cup - Final
iBike Criterium - Final
Raid Vélo Mag
Sunday, August 3: World Cup XCO - Finals
Mont-Sainte-Anne is located about 30 minutes from the historic city of Quebec. Drive West from Quebec towards Sainte Anne De Beaupre. Follow directions towards Station Touristiqe De Mont Sainte-Anne.
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Discover the biggest mountain bike network on the East of Canada at Mont-Sainte-Anne. The world-class network of Downhill trails (25 km) suits all needs from a techy race course run (La 1837 trail) to a more flowy run through the woods (La Vietnam), thrill seekers will be satisfied, for sure! There is also the perfect mix of Cross-Country trails (120 km) for the pedal junkies that range in technical difficulty. The mountain also offers up 9 km of Enduro trails from the summit. For those looking for a little relief from descending, the pump track located at the base of the mountain is always fun to session.
Mont-St-Anne, QC -– The dust and mud has settled after another hectic Mt St Anne World Cup and when all was said and done Emmeline Ragot of France and Canada's own, Stevie Smith, walked away the winners. In the women's race, the previously untouchable Rachel Atherton had some catching up to do after a disappointing qualifier but two crashes in her race run saw her roll to the back in
Mont-Sainte-Anne, QC — The Canadian stop of the Rockyroads UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano at Mont-Ste-Anne, Quebec, concluded on Sunday with the ever-popular Downhill. Two riders confirmed their dominance, with Rachel Atherton (GT Factory) winning the women's competition, while Aaron Gwin (Trek World Racing) took the men's.
Mont-Sainte-Anne, QC — The UCI Mountain Bike World Cup moves to Canada this week for the first of two rounds in North America, held at the legendary Mont-Sainte-Anne venue east of Quebec City. Mont-Sainte-Anne - known as MSA - has been a fixture on the World Cup since it began in 1991 and, other than missing World Cups during the two years it hosted the world championships, has never missed a year.