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Ski and Golf
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Ski and Golf
Welcome to the WhatsupOttawa.com golf and ski section. Here you will find Ottawa golf and ski hills, images, maps, dress code tips and ticket information. Everything you need to plan the perfect ski or golf day.
Ottawa Ski and Golf  (map view)
440 ch Stéphane Richer, Namur, Quebec
(800) 927-4653
The Club de Golf Montpellier, which stands in a grandiose setting, has set itself apart since 1964. Located in the mountains along Lake Simon, the golf course has become the place to be for golf enthusiasts and a real heaven for golf players.
448 Mont Cascades Rd., Cantley, Quebec,
(819) 827-0301
At Mont Cascades Resort, we are dedicated to giving you an enjoyable skiing experience. With online ordering, a full rental and repair shop and an on-site shopping boutique, we can ensure that mishaps or items you might have forgotten at home don't spoil your day.
6357 Emerald Links Drive, Greely, Ontario
(613) 822-4653
Founded in 1990, Emerald Links Golf & Country Club, is a challenging course that weaves around and among the beautifully landscaped wooded areas and lakes. The "Bent Grass" greens, tees & fairways have been blended with its natural beauty making it ideal for golfers of all levels. The semi-private course was created by Architect Graham Cooke and the Patterson family.
4175 Anderson Road, Ottawa,
(613) 822-9644
naugurated in 2007, Anderson Links Golf & Country Club offers a challenging course to golfers of all levels. Built over rolling hills and through a mature forest setting, Anderson Links features six par-threes, six par-fours, and six par-fives. Just minutes from downtown Ottawa, this new public course was designed by world renowned architect Graham Cooke. 
12603 County Rd 18, Williamsburg, Ontario
613-535-2323
Cedar Glen is a semi-private golf facility offering a challenging 18 hole country course. We are located near Morrisburg Just off the 401 highway near the Upper Canada Village, and only 45 minutes from Ottawa. Cedar Glen has been in operation for 38 years. We offer a friendly, family operated facility with a driving range and putting green.
1471 Blair Road, Ottawa,
(613) 746-4301
The Championship Course is a 6449 yard par 71 parkland design that will challenge every level of golfer. This mature style course provides ample landing areas for tee shots as well as large putting surfaces that are well guarded by bunkers. Ongoing renovations and upgrades have solidified its position as one of Ottawa's most popular golfing attractions.
300 chemin Dunlop, Chelsea, Quebec
(819) 827-1717
A 15 minute drive from Parliament Hill. Like your adrenaline snow-covered? Want to spend time with your kids but not their computers? Want to see vast stretches of white spreading out in front you? Want to master a 180 Grind? Camp Fortune is but a hard-packed snowball’s throw away.
76 chemin de la Montagne, Lac Ste. Marie, Quebec
(819) 467- 5200
Mont Ste-Marie isn’t just a pretty mountain, although it is that too. We also boast the highest vertical in the area.  So you can appreciate the scenery as you speed down our slopes. And with a great mix of runs ranging from easy to expert, there is no shortage of ways to get down our mountain.
65 Burnside Rd, Wakefield, Quebec
(819) 459-2301
Located in the picturesque village of Wakefield, Quebec, Vorlage is widely recognized as “The Family Ski Area” with fantastic conditions and friendly service.
30 Barrett Chute Rd, Calabogie, Ontario
(800) 669-4861
Calabogie Peaks Resort is Eastern Ontario’s premier all seasons resort destination. On the highest vertical and most varied terrain within an hour of Ottawa, Ontario winter enthusiasts enjoy skiing and snowboarding, racing, snowshoeing, as well as snow tubing, skating, ice fishing and more.
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Latest Reviews
Love it
I love what they did with the place. Great food, Great beer and a perfect place to meet up with friends
Louis, February 29, 12
Not great
Attended last night. The server was good and the place looked nice. They even offered gluten free pasta which is a bonus. Their menu looks good. But only on paper. The Pasta was slightly over aldente and borderline crunchy. The steak was awful and the steak pasta was bad also. The saving grace were the scallop and antipasto apps. Overall not better than a 3/5. Their mains need a lot of work.
John, February 26, 12
Not what it used to be
Attended Hy's like I usually do for special occasions and this time I noticed that it wasn't what I remembered it. The service was not up to par with prior visits and nor was the food quality. I didn't feel like I got my money's worth.
Pat, February 13, 12
Great Place. Needs a few tweaks
The food was great. We shared the trio of meats and 3 sides for 29.99 and had a few Jack Daniel's to start. I HIGHLY recommend the Honey Jack with Diet Coke. Food and Service were all perfect. It was fairly cold in the restaurant and our table was in the walkway. Seems like they are squishing in tables. If you can sit on the inside of the walkway if not you might get bumped and... distracted from your evening. All in all Amazing food you have to try it. Love all the Sauces. great Gluten free options.
Jamie, January 22, 12
Great Wine Flights but
Great selection of wine flights. But the Cheese plate is stale and old. They haven't changed it in years. Same regular boring cheeses. How about bringing in something new, charge more. But something new. No one wants to spend 12-19 bucks for cheese they get at home.
Karim, November 21, 11
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