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Take a snowmobile tour of Québec

Must-see snowmobile tours

With so many trails to explore, landscapes to discover and experiences to live, you wonder where to start? No problem, we have a selection of must-see tours to offer you. Although there are some superb circuits everywhere in Québec, here are a few which should go on your bucket list! Not only do they highlight some of our most beautiful trails, but also breathtaking scenery! And in addition to discovering spectacular panoramas over our vast territory, you will enjoy exceptional snow conditions.

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Tour du Bas-Saint-Laurent, Gaspésie © Québec Maritime/Studio du ruisseau

The Big Loop circuit stretches over 5,200 km and includes the Québec City, Charlevoix and Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean regions. It features breathtaking landscapes marked by the presence of the St. Lawrence River, the Charlevoix Biosphere Reserve, the Saguenay Fjord and Monts-Valins National Park.

Would you like to explore maritime regions? Opt for routes of over 6,000 km combining the Bas-Saint-Laurent, Gaspésie and Côte-Nord. You will discover the majestic Chic-Chocs Mountains and the emblematic Percé rock, in addition to crossing the longest snowmobile bridge in North America. They will also lead you to northern territories accessible only by snowmobile; a unique experience in the heart of wide open spaces! 

For an expedition between lakes, hills and mountains offering superb views, excellent tables and warm accommodations in the heart of the forest, the Laurentians region is the place to be. It offers several circuits, including Le Tour Coureurs des bois, a breathtaking route through the superb Laurentians, Mauricie and Abitibi-Témiscamingue regions. You will discover the Devil's Mountain and the Baskatong reservoir, a true ice desert.
 
To discover the best of Québec and experience pure snowmobiling, plan your next getaway by choosing one of our must-see tours.

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