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Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling the Quebec Lower North Shore is an excellent way to explore incredible scenery, indulge in warm hospitality and experience one of the world’s best kept secrets.  Hundreds of kilometres of groomed trails and endless open land will make your trip to the Lower North Shore unforgettable. 

There are 455 kilometres (282 miles) of marked and groomed trails on La Route Blanche, linking Natashquan in the western sector with Old Fort Bay to the east.  In addition, a trail from Old Fort to Blanc-Sablon is currently being developed and should be ready for the 2008 season. Pick up the Route Blanche from various points in the west (Godbout, Sept-Îles, Havre St. Pierre), or access the region through Labrador in the east.

Snowmobiling
Snowmobiling

For the experienced snowmobiler, a wide open back-country exists just off the beaten path.  You may want to ask a local guide to introduce you to this unforgettable region, where mountains and lakes meet wildlife in abundance.

Download a detailed map of La Route Blanche with trails, distances, services, GPS coordinates and other relevant information, front and back.

With winter and all of its potential surprises, make sure to come prepared with proper gear, clothing and guidance.  As well, be sure to check trail conditions before heading out!

SNOWMOBILE RENTALS

For snowmobile rentals or guided tours of the Lower North Shore, contact:

Sportsmax
Snowmobile rental and guided tours (all-inclusive package). Minimum of 6 people per
group. Car rental service is also available. Schedule: year-round Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations recommended.

1187, boulevard Docteur-Camille-Marcoux
Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon (Québec)   G0G 1W0
Phone: 418 461-2777
Fax: 418 461-2686
E-mail: firecat2002@msn.com

Sportsmax
Sportsmax

Aventure Côte-Nord
Snowmobile, equipment, and clothing rental.  An opportunity for a real adventure from Sept-Îles to the Lower North Shore.

1167, boulevard Laure
Sept-Îles (Québec)  G4S 1S1
Phone: 418 962-6051
Fax: 418 968-4479
E-mail: atelierlaforge@globetrotter.net

Interesting Links:
Quebec Federation of Snowmobile Clubs
Tourisme Duplessis

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