General Information:

The Bas-Saint-Laurent region annually receives a great amount of snow that favours snowmobiling. It is 1 800 kilometres of groomed and secure trails with quality accommodations and restaurants close by.

Practical Information:

  • Regional network:
    15 clubs (1 777 Km of trails)
  • Main trails:
    5 at Saint-Onésime (West) and at Saint-Marcelin (East)
    85 at Rivière-du-Loup (North) and at the New Brunswick border (South)
    35 from Tourville to Rimouski
  • Lodging accessible from trails:
    Approximately 1,200 rooms
  • Snowfall (estimated):
    From mid-December to early April


East of Quebec City, on the southern shore of the Saint-Lawrence River, bordering New Brunswick and the state of Maine. Served mainly by Autoroute 20 from Montréal and Québec, highways 132 and 185 from New Brunswick. It is possible to access the trail system from different points in close proximity to these roadways.

Main towns : Rivière-du-Loup – Rimouski – Trois-Pistoles – La Pocatière – Squatec – Dégelis – Cabano


  • Lighthouse trail towards l’Isle Verte (via trails 565 and 567) and the Saint-Fabien lookout (via trail 518)
  • Témiscouata lake (trail 85)
  • Bic park (trail 518)
  • Observation of deer at Saint-Pacôme (via trail 5), at Pohénégamook (via trail 35) and at Trinité-des-Monts (trail 548)
  • Fall at Saint-Pascal (trail 557) and at Dégelis (trail 85)

From the region:

  • Chaudière-Appalaches to the west (trails 5 and 35)
  • Gaspésie to the east (trail 5)
  • New Brunswick (trails 85, 35, 561 & local trail at Biencourt)
  • State of Maine to the south (trails 561)




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