The snow has fallen... so are you ready to hit the slopes? \nIf you just can't wait to get out there and hit the pow, here's a list of Quebec ski hills open now for the winter 2019-2020 season.\nPlus, a look at all the major hills that will be opening soon.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nForget December 21 as the day winter officially begins. This weekend is the big weekend for Quebec ski hills, signifying the real start of winter for snow bunnies throughout the province. There are only a handful of ski resorts that opened a little earlier in the month but most are slated to start their pre-season skiing days this coming weekend.\nYou can already get your skiing on at some of the most popular hills like Tremblant and Sauveur which opened mid to late November. Only a few trails are currently open on these mountains (more will open as the season continues), but it's enough to give you an excuse to head out of the city for a day.\nIf you want to celebrate the opening of some of your favourite hills, this may be the weekend for you. Take a look at the list below, as there are over ten resorts that are hosting their grand opening weekend over the next three days.\nQuebec's slopes may not be as high as some of the mountains out west, but we do have breathtaking landscapes... and even if you're not a skier or snowboarder, these hills have everything from tubing and fat biking to free hot tubs and some of the best après-ski bars.\nAll dates below are the planned opening and may be subject to change. Also, take note, many of the hills may open this weekend but close the trails during the week for upkeep.\nSKI HILLS THAT ARE OPEN\nMont-Tremblant\nView this post on Instagram 24th November first bluebird day 🌞❄️ - - - - - - - - - - - #tremblant #ski #snowboard #bluebird #hotels #skiing #livinglife #colours #photography #canon #composition #exposure #ig_shotz #photos #pic #picoftheday #pictureoftheday #instapic #instagram #style #happy #instapic #canon1dx A post shared by Jonas Pikelin (@jonas_pikelin) on Nov 24, 2019 at 5:38pm PST\nWhere: 1000 Chemin des Voyageurs, Mont-Tremblant\nOne of the better-known ski hills in Quebec, Mont Tremblant already has 16 runs and six lifts open to the public. There are 102 runs in total, so as the conditions get a little colder and snowier you can have your pick of levels.\nCheck out the site for more info!\nMont Saint-Sauveur\nView this post on Instagram Day 1 ❄️ #saintsauveur #laurentides #seasonopener A post shared by Jonas Renaud (@northerntouchmtl) on Nov 9, 2019 at 2:20pm PST\nWhere: 350 Avenue St Denis, Saint-Sauveur,\nAlso an early opener, Sommet Saint-Sauveur has seven runs of its 40 in total. You'll find everything from novice runs to black diamond moguls.\nCheck out the site!\nSki Bromont\nView this post on Instagram Une journée de glisse EXTRAORDINAIRE à la montagne !❄ Venez vous amuser dans les 47 cm reçus dans les derniers 48 H. 🙌🏃♂🏃♀ #bromontmontagne #glisse #neige A post shared by Bromont,montagne d'expériences (@bromont_montagne) on Mar 15, 2018 at 4:00pm PDT\nWhere: 150, rue Champlain, Bromont\nLocated in the Eastern Townships, Mont Bromont has 141 total ski trails. Only about 5% percent of their trails are currently open right now, but the grand opening of the Versant du Village and Chalet du Sommet is planned for November 30.\nFind out more info!\nStoneham\nView this post on Instagram A perfect #Snow day @SkiStoneham. #DownhillSkiing #Quebec #Ski #Winter #Stoneham #SnowBoarding A post shared by C and C go (@candcgo) on Mar 19, 2017 at 3:05pm PDT\nWhere: 600 Chemin du Hibou, Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury\nStoneham has everything you could need from a ski hill, including two free hot tubs in the Arctic Spa Zone that you can slip into after a long day. There is even night skiing and an Olympic half-pipe.\nThe next pre-season skiing day is November 29, but take a look at the site for updates as the regular ski season doesn't begin until December 7.\nRead more about the ski hill!\nMont Orford\nView this post on Instagram MERCI à tous nos abonnés et nos visiteurs qui ont skié sur nos pistes et dans nos sous-bois cet hiver ! Merci aussi à tous nos partenaires qui ont rendu nos événements et activités à la montagne encore plus agréables ❄️ Ce fut une magnifique saison qui se termine, l'une des plus longues qu'on aura vécu au #montorford ! On espère vous retrouver l'an prochain, mais surtout dès ce printemps lors de nos activités 🌿 Bonne saison estivale à tous ☀️ #tourismememphremagog #cantonsdelest #lesestries #quebecski #quebecoriginal #orford A post shared by Mont-Orford (@mont_orford) on Apr 25, 2019 at 5:49am PDT\nWhere: 4380, Chemin du Parc Orford\nThe launch of the season is set for this weekend and you can get great deals over the next three days. The hills will be closed during the weekdays as they prep the trails and continue snowmaking.\nFind out more!\nOwl's Head\nView this post on Instagram Si tout se passe bien, on ouvre dans 1 semaine. Wow, on a hâte !! - If everything goes as planned, we'll open on next friday, we can't wait !! 😄😄⛷🏂 #skimountain #memphremagog #typiquementmemphremagog #snow #snowlife #plancheaneige #friday #fridayyeah #montowlshead #estrielove #winterwonderland #weekend #welovesnow A post shared by Owl's Head - Compte officiel (@mont_owls_head) on Dec 14, 2018 at 6:44am PST\nWhere: 40 Chemin du Mont Owls Head, Mansonville\nOwl's Head, in the Eastern Townships, has been open since 1965 and keeps on getting better with activities for everyone. Its the fourth-highest ski slope in Quebec where you can ski during the day, enjoy a hot chocolate in the afternoon and head out to a bar at night.\nKeep an eye on the ski conditions here!\nSKI HILLS OPENING SOON\nLe Massif de Charlevoix\nView this post on Instagram Samedi prochain, ça pourrait être vous 😁 . . Qui sera des nôtres pour l’ouverture?🏂🎿 . . . #lemassif #lemassifdecharlevoix #funbrut #charlevoix #ouverture A post shared by Le Massif de Charlevoix (@lemassif) on Nov 23, 2019 at 8:44am PST\nWhere: 1350 Rue Principale, Petite-Rivière-Saint-François\nWhen: November 30\nYou can go skiing, snowboarding, sledding or take a guided backcountry tour at Le Massif de Charleviox. It's the highest vertical drop east of the Rockies so you know you'll get in some high adrenaline runs.\nFind out more!\nMont Ste-Anne\nView this post on Instagram Merci de m’endurer même le matin when I’m a little bit moody💫❄️ A post shared by Victoire Dewit (@victoiredewit) on Feb 5, 2018 at 4:28pm PST\nWhere: 2000 Boulevard du Beau Pré, Beaupré,\nWhen: November 30\nAbout half an hour from Quebec City, the ski slopes at Mont St-Anne look like they're rising from the St. Lawrence River. There isn't only skiing in the area but ice canyoning, dog-sledding and tubing.\nClick here to find out more about the hill!\nMont Sutton\nView this post on Instagram Parce que là pluspart du monde aime pas l’hiver moi je l’aime #snowboarding #montsutton❄️❄️❄️ #commentcechangerlesidee #saisplusquunsportsaisunmodedevie A post shared by Sabryna (@sabxoxox) on Jan 26, 2018 at 12:48pm PST\nWhere: 671 Rue Maple, Sutton\nWhen: November 30\nA few of the trails are planned to open this weekend but once the weather is in full winter mode there will be 230 skiable acres, 60 trails, and 10 chair lifts.\nCheck out the hill!\nMont Blanc\nView this post on Instagram Rien de mieux que prendre du temps pour soi et aller respirer l'air frais sur les pistes?🙌🙏🏂 Nothing is better than take time for ourselves and breathing fresh air on the slopes? #skimontblanc #snowparadise #mountains #freshair #explore #outdoors #pleinair #nature #snowpark #snowboard #snowboarding #burton #snowboardlicious #laurentides #wildlife #rider #girl #namaste #freedom #winter #landscape #snowboardgirl #skiresort #montblanc #montagne #slopestyle #fun #relax #readyforit A post shared by Ski Mont Blanc (@ski_mont_blanc) on Jan 29, 2018 at 7:41pm PST\nWhere: 1006 Rte 117, Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré\nWhen: November 30\nOpening weekend is planned for November 30 and December 1 at this ski resort not even an hour and a half drive from Montreal. Located in the Mont-Tremblant ski region it boasts three peaks, the second-highest elevation, and 42 skiable trails.\nFind out more!\nMont Gleason\nView this post on Instagram Tempête sur le mont Gleason! #neige #ski #snowboarding #montgleason A post shared by Gleason (@montgleason) on Nov 9, 2019 at 10:02am PST\nWhere: 280 Chemin du Mont Gleason\nWhen: November 30\nMont Gleason will have a small opening weekend that will see a few of the smaller trails open, but the trails will close again December 2 - December 5 for more maintenance. There will be a new quadruple lift featured this year that opens on December 6.\nGet more info!\nMont Rigaud\nView this post on Instagram Le parc à neige est officiellement ouvert! | The snow park is officially open! #snowpark #freeski #freestyle A post shared by Mont Rigaud (@mont_rigaud) on Dec 29, 2017 at 8:39am PST\nWhere: 321 des Erables, Rigaud\nWhen: November 30\nLocated in Montreal's suburbs, Mont Regaud is a good place if you're learning to ski or snowboard or plan on taking young ones with you. But being so close to the city, it's a quick way to feel like you're out of the city.\nCheck it out!\nVal-D'Irene\nView this post on Instagram Vue de l'intérieur du bar. / View from the bar. A post shared by Parc Régional De Val-D'Irène (@valdirene_realsnow) on Nov 17, 2013 at 8:48am PST\nWhere: 115 Route de Val d'Irène, Sainte-Irène,\nWhen: December 14\nNot only can you test out your skills on 40 trails, but you can also check out the backside of the mountain (there are no chairlifts) that is available for backcountry professionals. This Saturday nearly 96% of the trails will be open.\nRead more about it!\nSki La Réserve\nView this post on Instagram One of the best powder day of the season at #skilareserve! #harfangsnowskates #snowskate #bideck #snowskatequebec #montlareserve A post shared by Harfang Snowskates (@harfangsnowskates) on Mar 15, 2015 at 1:59pm PDT\nWhere: 56 Chemin du Mont la Réserve, Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm\nWhen: November 30\nWhile the hill opens soon, it will only be open on weekends until December 21. The hill offers something to all levels of skiers from regular trails to moguls, terrain parks, cross country skiing, and glades. There are also snow tubing slopes if that's more your style.\nClick to find out more!\nSki Morin Heights\nView this post on Instagram Wonderful day in snow-paradise ❄ #skimorinheights #poudreuse #MarieOversea A post shared by Marie Eve B. Bélanger (@me.belanger) on Jan 7, 2017 at 3:59pm PST\nWhere: 231 Rue Allen, Morin-Heights\nWhen: December 7\nOne of the later hills to open, a trip to these Laurentian slopes are worth it for the picturesque landscape. There may be only 80 skiable acres but the 35 trails will still keep you busy all day.\nKeep an eye out for daily updates!\nSki Mont Gabriel\nView this post on Instagram Fly high never die A post shared by M I K E L A B E R G E V I N ✈ (@mbergevin_) on Apr 13, 2018 at 5:21pm PDT\nWhere: 1501 Ch du Mont-Gabriel, Sainte-Adèle\nWhen: December 7\nSommet Gabriel may be small but it's known for its south-facing orientation and more importantly, it's very inexpensive passes. It's worth the trip, especially considering it's not even an hour from Montreal.\nFind it here!\nMont Olympia\nView this post on Instagram First time skiing in 12 years! Feeling like a child again 🙂❄️ #skiing #montolympia #winter #2019 A post shared by Caitie Moynan (@caitiemoynan) on Mar 9, 2019 at 7:24pm PST\nWhere: 330 Chemin de la Montagne, Piedmont\nWhen: December 7\nThis is another great hill for beginners. The trails aren't too steep is and there is a renowned ski school on the premises to help you get down the slopes in one piece.\nRead more about it!\nMont Avila\nView this post on Instagram 🏂☀️❄️ Start to feel like the end ! #snowboarding #snowboard #montavila #snowpark #montsaintsauveur #snow #printemps #sunandsnow A post shared by CATHERINE MORISSETTE (@ca.mor7) on Mar 12, 2019 at 11:48am PDT\nWhere: 500 Chemin Avila, Piedmont\nWhen: December 13\nMont Avila is part of Sommets Saint-Saveur but needs its own mention. This hill is small. We're talking only 13 trails small. But this is where you go when you're a little nervous to attack the slopes. There is a specifically adapted bunny hill for newbies that has its own lift designed with beginners in mind.\nFind out more!\nAt least the cold weather brings all the cold weather activities!