Snowmobile in the Laurentians | Tourisme Laurentides
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Due to COVID-19, some of the events and attractions listed on the website may be cancelled or closed. Please join us by email: [email protected] or by phone: 450 224-7007 | 1800 561-6673 for all information requests. As a precautionary measure, The Tourist Information Bureau at La Porte-du-Nord is no longer open for in-person services until further notice. For more information on COVID-19, please go Quebec.ca/coronavirus.

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 2473 km (1536 miles) of dedicated and groomed trails. 

 

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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Hôtel-Spa Watel
From $60
per person  (+ taxes) 

Located in Sainte-Agathe-des Monts, one hour north of Montréal, between Saint-Sauveur and Mont-Tremblant. 31 rooms, view on lac des Sables.

Hôtel du Chasseur
From $55
per night 

Looking for a warm, welcome, clean rooms, rustic decor and modest prices ? You've come to the right place !

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

One night in a superior room with American breakfast.

Parc régional Montagne du Diable

The Relay Devil's Mountain is the most popular meeting place for snowmobilers passing through Ferme-Neuve.

Cana-Doo Aventures
From $139 (+ taxes) 

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

Chalets Aiglon
From $89
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 
  • Dinner
  • Night in a cottage
  • Gourmet breakfast
  • 5 rental cottages for 2 to 14 people
  • Direct access to trails
Excelsior Hôtel Spa Sainte-Adèle
From $51.95
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

For snowmobile fans :

Hôtel Comfort Inn Mont-Laurier
From $111
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.

Auberge Rabaska Lodge
From $139
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

35 km from Devil's Mountain (trail #322). Cabin, bar, restaurant, fireplace, fuel, Wi-Fi connection, cellular, group rates.

Hôtel du Lac-Carling
From $130.75
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.
Upper Laurentians

The Reservoir is a vast inner sea covering more than 320 km2 (125 sq miles). In winter, local snowmobile clubs maintain an ice bridge spanning over 8 km (5 miles).

Pourvoirie Fer à Cheval (2010)
From $130
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

Come and enjoy the most beautiful trails in the heart of the “Jewel of the Hautes-Laurentides”. After a pleasant day outdoors in a magical landscape you can enjoy a relaxing evening at our Inn.

Auberge l'Île de France
From $95
per night  (+ taxes) 

At km 145, only 150 meters from the linear park « le P’tit train du nord », this charming inn: a 19th century French country scene for the restaurant area.

Base Plein Air Cockanagog
From $125
per night, per person  (+ taxes) 

1 night, supper and breakfast.

Parc régional du Poisson Blanc

The Poisson Blanc Regional Park is a vast territory dedicated to outdoor recreational activities located in Notre-Dame-du-Laus, in the Laurentians.