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Snowmobile

Widely known for its warm welcome and enviable reputation, the Laurentian region is considered a top-notch snowmobile destination in Québec. Its favourable geographic location ensures reliable snowfalls each season. On average, 350 cm (137 in.) of snow covers the region with a warm wintry coat. A network of more than 2536 km of dedicated and groomed trails. 

Direct flights are accessible from Toronto to the Mont Tremblant International Airport, in the heart of the Laurentians, a region with a unique cachet and incomparable hospitality. Enjoy a getaway on our beautiful trails with one of the many PACKAGES offered.

Get your copy of the 2016-2017 snowmobile trail map now.

The maps are available for free at the Laurentians Information Bureau, located at la Porte-du-Nord.

You can also order it for free.

Information:

450 224-7007 / 1-800-561-6673

See the map (PDF)

 

 

For an unforgettable adventure in the Laurentians. Since 1961, this internationally known snowmobile rental center has been offering its services and a direct access to trails.

10 minutes from the Mont-Tremblant ski Resort. Excursions with or without guide. Bombardier Ski-Doo two-seater snowmobiles. Right on the snowmobile trail.

Come experience an unforgettable holiday and discover the beauty of Quebec and the Laurentians!

Can-Am Spyder rental at Contant - BRP dealer

NEW ! Discover the most beautiful, untouched and snowy landscapes in the region, while riding on the most popular motorized recreational vehicle in the North!

Since 1997, ARCTIC AVENTURE is your expert for snowmobile stays. Arctic Aventure is a small company on a human scale.

Comfort, gastronomy and fun!

Experience a thrilling adventure only 1 hour away from Montréal and 20 minutes from Saint-Sauveur. Let yourself get carried away as your sled glides over white snowy trails.

Zipline Laurentians, winter activity

This winter, Tyroparc, a mountain adventure park, has designed packages including:  snowmobile guided tours, 2  mega ziplines and snowshoe hikes.