Centre-du-Québec – Chaudière-Appalaches
With over 4,000 km (2,485 mi.) of snowmobile trails, the Centre-du-Québec and Chaudière–Appalaches regions have wonderful features that are greatly appreciated by snowmobile enthusiasts. Take the opportunity to make loop or daisy-shaped trips, without ever having to ride the same trail twice. See a unique variety of landscapes, including maple forests, the St. Lawrence River plain, valleys, and the Appalachians mountains, with peaks offering breathtaking views of the area and surrounding villages. Outstanding services and great hospitality, with a wide range of quality accommodations and restaurants at reasonable prices! Their quality trails are maintained by devoted volunteers, who work hard to offer you a unique experience.
4000 km of trail
2 snowmobile rentals
Loop or daisy-shaped trips
With 4,000 km of snowmobile trails, the snowmobilers can make loop or daisy-shaped trips without ever riding the same trail twice. This unique opportunity makes it possible to always stay in the same area.
The view on the William Lake
Between Plessisville and Saint-Ferdinand, make a detour of a few kilometres from the trail Trans-Québec 25 and take a moment to observe the William Lake. Enjoy its hospitality and take a few amazing shots.
Offering a 360-degree view, this 916-meter high observatory is located on the trail 549 in the Massif du Sud regional park. You will observe United States, St. Lawrence river, beautiful villages, wind turbines and more.
Located on the peak of the Massif du Sud ski center on trail 547, this observation tower offer a view at an altitude of 915 meters. You will enjoy the climb of the mount and the view on the Massif du Sud regional park.
The covered bridge of Notre-Dames-des-Pins
Built in 1929, with a lenght of 154,5 meters, it is the longest covered bridge in the province of Quebec. The trail Trans-Québec 55 crosses this bridge for the pleasure of snowmobilers.
On the trails Trans-Québec 25 and 75 near Armstrong/Saint-Théophile and on the trail Trans-Québec 65 between Norbertville and Saint-Fortunat, you will observe an incredible number of deers.
Discovery of a variety of landscapes and villages
Exploring the trails, snowmobilers will enjoy beautiful villages and unique landscapes characterized by maple forests, the St. Lawrence River plain, valleys, and the Appalachians with mountain peaks offering breathtaking views.
Footbridge of the Bulstrode River
This 700-foot long footbridge was built in an urban area, offering to snowmobile and ATV drivers the opportunity to cross the Bulstrode River and have an incredible view on the reserve.
Annual trail permit
Annual trail permits are sold by local clubs or online by FCMQ.
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Starting at $69.50 CAD
Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton
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Hébergement Massif du Sud
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Hôtel historique route 66
Starting at $55 CAD
Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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Écono Lodge Lévis
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Four Points By Sheraton Lévis
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Hôtel L'Oiselière - Lévis
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Hôtel L'Oiselière - Montmagny