Preventive measure COVID-19
The platform for purchasing a trail permit, along with the interactive trail map and the iMotoneige application are now closed.
You still have have access to your profile and all previously purchased trail permits, however, you will no longer be able to purchase either an annual or daily trail permit.
This is an important decision that has been takin, as a necessary preventive measure for the safety and health of our snowmobile members.
We would like to thank our faithful snowmobile members, landowners and club volunteers for their support throughout the season.
We thank you for your understanding in these trying times and wish you a healthy and safe end of season.
Guide of the interactive trail map and iMotoneige french only, English version will follow
The 2019-2020 interactive map is online. We invite you to consult this user-friendly map, and to test the distance calculation tool. Happy browsing!
You can send your comments on the interactive map at firstname.lastname@example.org to help improve this new tool.
The interactive map work well with the web browsers Chrome and Edge. Internet Explorer is no more supported. It's always recommended to use the latest version of the web browsers.
Definition of type of trails
- Trans-Québec Trail: This trail has the characteristic to cross a minimum of three administrative regions of the FCMQ also considering as a frontier of a Province or a State.
- Regional Trail: This trail has the characteristic to cross 3 municipal entities or 2 MRC considering as an entity a frontier of a Province or a State.
- Local Trail: This trail has the characteristic to provide an access to a service or to be a collector trail of the Trans-Québec trail or regional trails. There are no numbering determined by the FCMQ for this type of trail.
- Local non-subsidized Trail: This local trail is recognized by the FCMQ but is not subsidized.
You can also download a PDF version of the 2018-2019 trail map :