Grey Rocks ski resort was Quebec’s first ski hill and was once the ski capital of the Laurentian Mountains. Gray Rocks was founded in 1905 by George Wheeler, an American from New Hampshire who arrived in the region in 1894 as a lumberjack. Gray Rocks was a tiny mountain with only a few hundred vertical feet of intermediate terrain. Yet for decades, it was a favorite in ski school surveys. Grey Rocks made a name for itself thanks to its ski centre, its hotel establishment, and its famous Snow …
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