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Cote-Nord Snowmobile Trail Conditions

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Use the interactive map to know the trail conditions, their opening and the last surfacing of the TQ3. Use the "Snowflake" button to activate the surfacing information and the amount of snow on the ground.

 Download the snowmobile trail map with iMotoneige App on your phone ($3.99)

   

 

Snowmobile shuttle between two locations

Note that a shuttle service is currently in place between Forestville and Baie-Comeau to ensure the passage of snowmobilers (24 hours, 7 days a week). For more information :

o Petro-Canada - Migneault Service J.M.Y. inc, 418 567-4211 / 418 297-5503
o Mécanique D.A.I., 418 587-1333

With hundreds of kilometers of snowmobile trails, the Côte-Nord is a welcome paradise for snowmobilers. The region is home to bountiful and wild landscapes, large trails and many bodies of water—all of which are sure to entice and amaze visitors. If you are planning a snowmobiling trip, be sure to order a map of the Côte-Nord's snowmobiling trails by calling toll-free at:  1 888 463-5319 or 1 888 463-0808. You can also download a PDF version by clicking on the following link: Link to the PDF map.

In addition to its enchanting trails, the Côte-Nord is renowned for its bridges, including the bridge across the Manicouagan River, which is the highest in the world! Be sure to take a moment atop of the bridge to bask in the breathtaking views of the region. The bridge over the Rivière Bersimis provides snowmobilers a safe passage over the river. Due to its wide structure, the bridge is maintained and cleared of snow throughout the entire season.

During the winter, the Lower North Shore, not connected to the Quebec road network is easily accessible through the snowmobile trail Route Blanche. The trail of about 460 km pass through fourteen villages of fishermen, including Harrington Harbour.

Snowmobile Paradise

Pelchat Trail Loop - Monts Valin

269 kms

Travel from Tadoussac and Sacré-Coeur to the outskirts of the Monts Valin on the Pelchat Trail. Discover the beauty of this sector of the Upper North Shore and the Saguenay. The trail is maintained by the Complexe hôtelier Pelchat.

For information :

Snowmobile Club : Les Lagopèdes de Fermont Snowmobile Club
Contact : Carl Fortin
Courriel : canadiens38@hotmail.com
Téléphone : 514 236 2623

Pelchat Trail Loop - Monts Valin

269 kms

Travel from Tadoussac and Sacré-Coeur to the outskirts of the Monts Valin on the Pelchat Trail. Discover the beauty of this sector of the Upper North Shore and the Saguenay. The trail is maintained by the Complexe hôtelier Pelchat.

Pour information :

Club responsable : Club Nord-Neige
Téléphone : (418) 587-4664

The St. Lawrence Nordic RAID

987 kms

From Tadoussac to Kegaska, the Trans-Quebec 3 (TQ3) is a dream trail for snowmobilers who love nature and wide open spaces! Cross the longest region and the longest snowmobile bridge in North America: the Manicouagan bridge!

For information :

Info : Tourisme Côte-Nord
Email : info@cotenordqc.com
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/tourismecotenord
Site Web : https://www.tourismecote-nord.com/
Phone : 1 888 463 0808

The White Road

459 kms

Adventurers, be prepared! The Route Blanche is the ultimate snowmobiling experience! But it is not to be taken lightly! This route linking and freeing the villages of the Lower North Shore during the winter is normally open from mid-February to the end of March, depending on the snow conditions of the Lower North Shore. Kegaska is 459 kilometers from the Labrador border to Blanc-Sablon! An experienced guide is strongly recommended. Visit the Route Blanche page to help you plan your trip to Coaster country!

For information and planning : Voyages Coste  - 1 877-573-2678

Info : Tourisme Côte-Nord
Téléphone : (418) 962-0808

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