The 2021-2022 snowmobile season is now over!

PRESS RELEASE


The 2021-2022 snowmobile season is now over! 

Terrebonne, May 2nd, 2022 – The Fédération des clubs de motoneigistes du Québec wishes to inform you that the 2021-2022 snowmobile season is now over.  The FCMQ, including all its clubs and volunteers, are currently working on the deployment of the next season in order to continue to offer you 33,000 km of trails across the province.

The trail permit purchase platform is currently closed until the launch of the 2022-2023 permits. However, it remains open to allow you to access your profile or to consult your trail permit purchases from previous seasons.

Throughout the summer season, the 2021-2022 interactive map remains open for consultation.  However, please note that the trail routings will be updated in the fall of 2022. The FCMQ would like to remind you that access to the snowmobile trails is not permitted during the summer period, notably because of the expiry of the land-use permission agreements with landowners and various ministries.

Being a volunteer means devoting more than 800,000 hours annually ...

Despite the end of the snowmobile season, the volunteer work does not stop there... During the summer season, the volunteers continue to be involved in the improvement of certain sections of trails, infrastructures, in the negotiation of land-use permissions and the validation of routes. We thank them and underline their crucial contribution to the activity. With more than 800,000 hours devoted with passion to the activity, Quebec is a must for snowmobiling.

It is also important to underline the contribution of landowners, these generous and essential partners, who grant us each year land-use permissions that account for nearly 50% of our trail network.

We would also like to thank all the people and companies involved in snowmobiling, who contribute with their support throughout the year.

About the FCMQ

The Fédération des clubs de motoneigistes du Québec is a non-profit organization with over forty-four years of service. It is dedicated to the development and promotion of safe snowmobiling throughout Quebec. The FCMQ defends the interests of its 197 member clubs and their 120,000 snowmobiling members, as well as those of all individuals, whether they are initiated or uninitiated snowmobilers or simply tourists. More than 4,500 volunteers devote nearly 800,000 hours each year to the maintenance of the provincial snowmobile trail network.

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For additional information, please contact Customer service at 514-252-3076
serviceclientele@fcmq.qc.ca