Part of the Laurentian region, Saint-Sauveur (population of about 10 000) is a rather small town of the Les Pays-d'en-Haut county. Its area covers about the territory of 50 km² (more than 18.53 mi²).
Located about 45 minutes north of Montreal, St-Sauveur is nestled in a picturesque valley in the heart of the Laurentians.
In the recent years, the town has shown steady economic growth and now offers an incomparable quality of life. The actual St-Sauveur was founded on September 11, 2002, with the merger of St-Sauveur-des-Months village and the St-Sauveur Parish.
Since the middle of the 20th century, St-Sauveur has been known for its excellent ski trails, the biggest of which is Mont Saint-Sauveur. Indeed, its proximity to Montreal, abundant natural snow, and excellent conditions for the nighttime skiing make it a popular destination for skiers from everywhere in Canada and from the US.
Restaurants, cafes, and spas are just part of a large number of after-ski entertainment spots in St-Sauveur. A superb ski destination, Mont-St-Sauveur is one of the largest night-skiing resorts in North America.
Here, the ski lovers can enjoy the sports magic for 7 months a year.