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November 20, 2019

The Most Beautiful Snowmobile Destinations in Québec

The Most Beautiful Snowmobile Destinations in Québec

The snow that blanketed Québec on November 12th forecasts a long, beautiful long season ahead. But have you planned your snowmobile destinations?
Did you know that Québec has more kilometres of trails than of roads for cars? Qualipièces would like to help get you ready for your long rides and to discover the best destinations in the province.

The Saguenay and Its Fjord

The Saguenay and the magical winter scenery of its fjord enchants many outdoor enthusiasts! The region’s distinct characteristics are the steep, short-distance gradients near the Saguenay Fjord and the heavy snow cover in the hinterland portion of the Massif. Your trips will be carefully planned with inns, 4-star hotels or stops on your way. You can finish your evenings in the city or in nature: great restaurants, cultural life, local food or a nature and wildlife setting. You will even find two of the most beautiful villages in Québec.

L’Islet

The Appalachian river and forests are a magnificent scenery for long snowmobile rides. The fantastic trail diversity with different elevations and their impressive distances of more than 1000 km that can be spread over 4 days will delight drivers of all types.

Témiscouata

The Témiscouata region, a true natural marvel, is a vast region that includes more than 900 lakes and rivers in addition to its 500 km of marked snowmobile trails. The majestic Appalachian mountains, rich in archaeological sites and biodiversity, will delight you. In Témiscouata, there are more than 500 km of marked snowmobile trails to explore. Cabins, accommodations and catering facilities are read to welcome you and offer you an unforgettable stay. 

Lanaudière

Have you ever visited Saint-Donat, Notre-Dame-de-la-Merci and surrounding area? Immediate neighbours of the Pimbina sector in Mont-Tremblant National Park with more than 200 kilometres of hiking trails, ATV riders and snowmobilers will be delighted on a well-maintained network offering spectacular views. What’s more, the ZEC make rides inspiring and relaxing in protected areas.

From Mountain to Sea—Mont-Saint-Pierre

At the entrance to Mont Jacques Cartier in the Parc de la Gaspésie, Mont Saint-Pierre culminates. It is internationally recognized and its natural observatory allows you to observe the many geomorphological phenomena of this natural amphitheatre of mountains set in a magnificent glacial valley that your snowmobiles will love.

Photos : www.quebecvacances.com et www.tourismetemiscouata.qc.ca www.quebecmaritime.ca

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