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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.

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

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!

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.

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