General Information:

Riding in Abitibi-Témiscamingue is the only way to ride! Once you have experienced it, you’ll always wanna come back. In addition to favorable weather conditions and the expertise of dedicated snowmobiling clubs, the region offers 3,500 km of trails traveling across breathtaking landscapes and ranking among the finest in the world, not to mention high quality services.

Practical Information:

  • Regional network:
    12 clubs (4,032 km of trails)
  • Main trails:
    63 at Témiscaming (south), Ville-Marie and the La Vérendrye Wildlife Preserve (east)
    83 at Saint-Bruno-de-Guigues (south) and Senneterre (northeast)
    83 at Rouyn-Noranda (west) and Desmaraisville (north)
    307 and 83 at Rivière Héva (south)
    396 toward Matagami (north)
  • Accommodation accessible from the trail:
    760 rooms
  • Snow conditions:
    From January to mid-March


In the west of the Province of Quebec, bordering Northeast Ontario. Served principally by Highway 117, from the Outaouais and the Upper Laurentians, and Highways 63, 65 and 66 from Northern Ontario. It is possible to access the trail network at nine different points.

Principal cities: BarrauteRouyn-Noranda – Val d’Or – Amos – La Sarre – Malartic – Senneterre – Ville-Marie – Témiscamingue – Matagami – Lebel-sur-Quevillon – Radisson


  • The Rouyn-Noranda Winter Festival in February (trails 93, 83, 303)
  • Circuit touristique Abitibi West
  • La Magie des Neiges d’Amos in February (trails 93)
  • Mont-Vidéo (trail 93)

From the region:

  • Mauricie to the east (trail 83)
  • James Bay & Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean (trail 93 – 396)
  • Laurentians (trail 63)
  • Outaouais (trail 63 – 386)
  • Northeast Ontario




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