The Laurentians are a part of the Canadian Shield, composed of ancient mountains. In the south of the region, the terrain is undulating and level changes are more abrupt as one goes north (Mont-Tremblant) For the most part, the trails go through mixed-growth forest.
- Regional network:
21 clubs (2,513 Km of trails)
- Main trails:
3 at Laval
33 at Saint-Eustache
43 at Sainte-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson
53 at Papineau-Labelle wildlife Reserve
63 at l’Annonciation
- Accommodation accessible from the trail:
- Snow conditions:
Generally from mid-December until the end of February
North of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts: from mid-December until mid- March
In the Mont-Laurier region: from mid-December until the end of March
Immediately to the north of Montreal, served principally by Highway 15 from Montreal and by Highway 50 from Ottawa and Gatineau. While the region can be accessed directly from the Laval trail network, situated north of Montreal, the most picturesque portion begins some 40 kilometres to the north, where the terrain becomes more rugged.
Ile Bizard Snowmobile Club, the only snowmobile club located in Montreal, is the link (trail 33) between Laurentides region and Monteregie region.
Principal cities: Lachute - Laval – Saint-Jérôme – Sainte-Adèle – Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts – Mont-Tremblant – L’Annonciation – Mont-Laurier – Sainte-Anne-du-Lac
- Devil’s Mountain/Windigo fall at Ferme-Neuve (trail 13)
- World’s first snowmobile club in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts (trail 43)
- It is possible to view deers from many vantage points (La Macaza, Notre-Dame-du-Laus, Kiamika, Val-Barette, Chute-Saint-Philippe)
From the region:
- The Outaouais to the west (trails 13, 43 and 63)
- Abitibi-Témiscamingue to the Northwest (trail 63)
- Lanaudière to the east (trails 3, 33, 43, 53 and 63)
- Mauricie (trails 13, 33 and 53)
Exit 51 de l’autoroute des Laurentides (autoroute 15 nord)
Phone : 450 224-7007 ou 1 800 561-6673
Fax: 450 224-9007
Sorry, there is no establishment member of the FCMQ Secure Hotel program for this region.