I don't know about you, but when I look around Quebec in the winter, it's hard to believe that in just six months' time it turns into summer. The province has some amazing ski spots, but what happens to those places during the hot months? Well, they turn into amazing Quebec hiking destinations.\nThat's what I love about getting to experience the four seasons. It's almost as if you've gone somewhere completely different, but you didn't even need to leave home.\nIt seems like one minute we're skating on the lake, the next minute we're swimming in it. Pretty cool if you ask me.\nAnd it's a totally different culture, too. In the winter, all we can talk about is the Habs, and in the summer — well, we're still talking about the Habs...\nWhen you think of Quebec in the winter, you probably think of ski hills. With some of the best slopes in the country, it's no surprise that we've become the poster child for winter fun.\nBut what happens to your favourite ski spots in the summer? Well, they become your new favourite hiking trail.\nSo, here's a list of our favourite ski hills to add to your summer hiking list.\n\nMont Orford\nWhere: 4380, Chemin du Parc, Orford\n View this post on Instagram Après avoir seulement vu les murs de mon appart pendant 2 mois, ce paysage, l’air frais m’ont fait le plus grand bien 🌳🐿💛 A post shared by ana. 🖤 (@_ana.allard) on May 27, 2020 at 7:35am PDT\n\nWith a range of trails and even more views, Mont Orford is the perfect spot for athletes, families or those just looking to getaway. And, yes — dogs can come along for the ride!\nWebsite\n\n\nParc National du Mont-Saint-Bruno\nWhere: 330, rang des 25 E., Saint-Bruno \n View this post on Instagram Au Calme 🕊 ___ #montsaintbruno #parcnational #sepaq #canada #quebec #montreal #lac #lake #spring #sunnyday #nature #monteregie #francaisaucanada A post shared by E l o d i e. F (@elodyyyy_) on May 27, 2020 at 3:37am PDT\n\nHome to Mont Saint-Bruno, this park is great all year-round. From skiing in the winter to apple-picking in the fall and, of course, hiking in the summer, this is the park that keeps on giving.\nWebsite\n\n\nMont Sainte-Anne\nWhere: 2000, blvd. du Beau Pré, Beaupré \n View this post on Instagram S’endurer encore après 13 ans d’amitié 💛 A post shared by Yasmine Dubois (@yasminedubois) on May 31, 2020 at 4:44pm PDT\n\n \nOffering stunning views of Quebec City and the St. Lawrence River, Mont Sainte-Anne is a definite go-to this season. Visitors can buy daily or season passes and kids under 6 can enter for free.\nWebsite\n\n\nOwl's Head\nWhere: 40, Chemin du Mont Owls Head, Mansonville\n View this post on Instagram Happy days ☀️ A post shared by CHAREL (@charelldm) on May 29, 2020 at 7:38am PDT\n\nThe wisest of skiers come back to Owl's Head to enjoy the gorgeous hikes in the summer. Each path leads to the summit and gives hikers the chance to take in not only incredible nature but views of Lake Memphremagog and Vermont.\nWebsite\n\n\nLe Massif de Charlevoix\nWhere: 185, chemin du Massif, Petite-Rivière-Saint-François\n View this post on Instagram La fois où la descente a été pomal mieux que la remontée 😂 A post shared by Lydia Gosselin (@lydia.gosselin.96) on May 23, 2020 at 4:36pm PDT\n\nYou can explore over 20 km of outdoor adventure at Le Massif. Located in the Laurentian Mountains at the northeast corner of the St. Lawrence River, every trail is one step closer to more and more to discover.\nWebsite\n\n\nMont-Tremblant\nWhere: 1000, chemin des Voyageurs, Mont-Tremblant\n View this post on Instagram May you feel alive with every step you choose to take 🦋 #nature #naturephotography #quebec #explore #exploremore #fitgirls #hikingadventures #breathe #photography A post shared by @ ki.tones on Jun 1, 2020 at 6:49pm PDT\n\nArguably one of the most popular resorts in North America, Mont-Tremblant helps put our beautiful province on the map. Visitors can choose from trails ranging from 1 to 11 km to explore some of the highest peaks in the Laurentians. \nWebsite \nLace-up those hiking boots and get out there!\n\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.