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  1. Feb 17, 2019 · Fairmont Le Château Frontenac. Keep reading below for all the best things to do in Quebec City in the winter! 1. Go Sledding in Quebec City. This traditional toboggan slide is one of the oldest attractions in Quebec City! It started in 1884, so it’s even older than the Chateau Frontenac!

  2. Jan 09, 2020 · When: December - April, weather permitting. Where: All over Quebec! Why: Travel in this time-honoured tradition with a pack of dogs leading the way as you wind through a winter forest, your breath puffing out in front of you as you twist through the snowy trail. Plus, there's almost always puppies. Find out more here!

  3. Dec 03, 2021 · Hold onto your tuques (or beanies) and get ready to make lasting memories. (Check to make sure the slides are open, since the start date depends on the weather.) To recover from all that excitement, grab a hot bevvy from the Au 1884 stand and enjoy it on Dufferin Terrace as you admire the view. 4.

  4. Things to Do in Quebec City Québec City sits along the St. Lawrence River in the mostly french-speaking province of Quebec. Dating all the way back to 1608, it features a unique European charm, a fortified colonial core, a parliament building modelled after the famous Louvre Museum in Paris, and a variety of stone buildings and cobblestone ...

  5. Average temperature in November is between -4 and 3 Celsius (25 and 37 Fahrenheit) and between -13 and -4 (9 and 25) in December, but late November and early December ins very similar. One thing is that Christmas cheer will surely be fully installed in December! Edited: 3 years ago. Report inappropriate content.

  6. Dec 14, 2019 - There's lots to do in Quebec Canada in December from visiting the Farmer's Market to riding the Funicular to seeing a white fox at the Aquarium.

  7. Dec 07, 2020 · Eastern Canada, including Toronto and Montreal, has a short, fierce winter and sub-zero temps are not uncommon from December to February. At least one or two snowfalls of 8 inches or more will likely hit in January and February. Despite the cold weather, though, many cities across the country host seasonal events and activities in the winter.

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