Snowmobile in Bas Saint Laurent, Riviere du Loup, Quebec Canada

Snowmobiling trails:
6000 km / 3700 mi
Bas-Saint-Laurent region is located along the southern shore of the lower Saint-Lawrence-River in Quebec. It is at the crossroads for snowmobiles coming from Gasepie, Chaudiere -Appalachie region Mine or New Brunswick. Visiting the Bas-Saint-Laurent and performing snowmobiling, is a complete break from routine, thanks to majestic Saint-Lawrence-River, impressive lakes and mountains providing spectacular view and beautiful sunset.

This area is famous for crossing the ice bridge between Ile Verte (Green Island) and the mainland, where many people can have fun. It is an ideal destination for snowmobiling, as you can perform this activity on 6000 km/3700 mi of snowmobiles trails.

Another point in its favor is the Pohenegamook Haut and Ceoleur winter festival, which takes place from January 25th through 29th, giving the opportunity to all snowmobilers to share their experience. The regions and trails are well-known for being maintained in good condition and some of them could be called “Highways”, like trail 85 and 35. After this exciting activity, you can visit one of the most impressive cafes, restaurants and accommodations that you easily find nearby.