Snowmobile in the Laurentians | Tourisme Laurentides

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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 2512 km (1560 miles) 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.

 

 Trail permits are sold on-line by FCMQ (new for 17-18 season).

 Watch the demo on Youtube

 

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

 

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Auberge Villa Bellerive
From $75
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

One night in a superior room with American breakfast.

Hôtel Comfort Inn Mont-Laurier
From $105.50
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

The Comfort Inn Hotel is the gateway to snowmobiling trails connecting the Upper Laurentians, Abitibi-Témiscaminque, Lanaudière and Upper-Mauricie regions.

Cana-Doo Aventures
From $139 (+ taxes) 

At Labelle train station, directly on "Le P'tit Train du Nord" trail.

Hôtel Super 8 Saint-Jérôme
From $60
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

Hôtels Super 8 Saint-Jérôme :

Casino de Mont-Tremblant

Located on the Versant Soleil of Mont-Tremblant The Casino can be reached by a free shuttle from Place des Voyageurs. Parking and valet parking are also free.

Auberge Chez Ignace
From $95
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

On Trail #63, 500 m north of the intersection with Trail #319.

  • 5 choice dinner
  • Lodging
  • Breakfast
Ville de Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts

It is in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts that the first officially incorporated snowmobile club in the world was founded more than 50 years ago!

Chalets Aiglon
From $89
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 
  • Dinner
  • Night in a cottage
  • Gourmet basket breakfast
  • 5 rental cottages for 2 to 14 people
  • Direct access to trails
Village Windigo
From $159
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

Accommodation in condos and chalet for up to 12 people. 7 km away for Windigo Fall and Devil Mountain, On trail #322.

Chalets Royal Laurentien
From $125
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 
  • One night in a fully equipped 1 to 6-bedroom cottages with fireplace.
  • Chinese fondue, wine bottle, hearth fire and lunch basket. Units with spa available.
Pavillon Beauregard
From $175
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

Beauregard Lodge offers a vast outdoor playground of more than 140 km2. This dreamy escape boasts various lakes, mountains and forests that are sure to bring out the adventurer in you.

Laurentian outfitters offer you privileged access to a vast area of untouched wilderness where you can practice a wide range of wintertime activities.

Hôtel du Lac-Carling
From $113
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 
  • One night accomodation
  • 4-course table d'hôte dinner
  • Full american breakfast (à la carte or buffet, depending on occupancy)
  • Gratuities on meals included.
Parc régional Kiamika

Located less than 200 km from Montréal, Kiamika Regional Park is the perfect outdoor destination to get closer to nature! Covering an area of ​​184 km², the park contains a 60-sq.

Pourvoirie Le Triolet
From $50
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

Located at 10 minutes from the Notre-Dame-du-Laus village, where you can find 2000 km of snowmobile trails.