The Insane Snow Tubing Hill Close To Montreal That’s Totally Worth Roadtripping To This Winter

Normally when you think of snow tubing, you probably picture it taking place on a hill no bigger than the one near Beaver Lake.

But that's not the case for the Super Glissades located in Saint Jean-de-Matha (About an hour from Montreal).

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This place is gigantic!

They have 17 different tubing tracks which vary in speed and difficulty, plus 6 mechanical lifts.

At night, the tracks are illuminated to offer you a night tubing option.

But that's not all, on top of snow tubing they also offer snow-rafting!

These rafts can hold 4 to 12 people and will launch you down a snow-track at speeds of over 100 km/hour.

Super Glissades also offers cross country skiing, snow shoeing, ice skating, and even horse sleigh rides.

Tickets Prices:

  • $27,75 - adults
  • $22,53 - kids under 12

There are also a ton of special group and family packages available.

For more information check out Les Super Glissades St-Jean-de-Matha's website

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