Snowmobile circuits of Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean

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Discover the region’s snowmobile trails for a unique experience in Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean.
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Trail 83 | THE HA ! HA ! CIRCUIT

212 KM - Friendly Expedition
Departure from Saguenay

The Ha!Ha! circuit can easily be done in only one day.During your tour, you will discover the Ha!Ha! bay and its icefishing village as well as the vast area of forest south of the territory.



396 KM - Marathon Adventure
Departure from Jonquière

This 397.5 km circuit runs through the Monts-Valin, amid 5 different peaks at an altitude of more than 770 m, offering an incredible view of the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region, and the Saguenay fjord in particular. In certain spots on the trail, you can see the wind turbines in the parc des Laurentides, the lac Saint-Jean and the city of Saguenay.



491 KM - Curious Exploration
Departure from Alma

This 490 km circuit around lac Saint-Jean takes riders on some fairly mountainous trails, especially around Saint-André and La Doré. Between La Doré and Normandin, near the Chute à l’Ours relay, the trail crosses a bridge over a beautiful waterfall. In Girardville, you’ll find yourself on trails in the heart of the boreal forest.



243 KM - Friendly Expedition
Departure from Route 169, Réserve faunique des Laurentides entre l'Étape et Hébertville.

This 243 km loop departs from Saguenay and takes you to Belvédère du Mont-Apica, standing at an altitude of 884 m. These hilly trails are very snowy. You will also ride through a part of the parc des Laurentides..



261 KM - Friendly Expedition
Departure from Saguenay

This trail loops around the heart of the Monts-Valin region, a veritable snow paradise, passing through the village of Saint-Ambroise and heading back through the intersection of Saint-Honoré, all the way back to Saguenay.


Trail 93 | PASSERELLE DU 49E

443 KM - Curious Exploration
Departure from Normandin

The Passerelle du 49e is a new circuit located north of the 49e parallel in the Parc regional des Grandes-Rivières of the Lake Saint-Jean. Discover carefully the fantastic rivers at the north of Lake Saint-Jean as you ride on the 236 km trail and cross the seven bridges. Snow conditions are among the most impressive in the Province of Quebec. 



155 KM - Friendly Expedition
Departure from Alma

This 156 km loop departing from Alma boasts a beautiful view of the lakes and rivers in the northern part of the region and takes riders through the boreal forest. You will follow the Péribonka River through to Tchitogama Lake.



452 KM - Curious Exploration
Departure from Saguenay

The Fjord route A 450 km tour of the fjord along the north and south shores of the Saguenay River will take you to exceptional heights in the village of L’Anse-Saint-Jean, at the Petit-Saguenay port and Sainte-Rose-du-Nord. The trails are mountainous and there is a great deal of snow near L’Anse-Saint-Jean, as well as between Sacré-Cœur and les Monts-Valin. To cross the river in Tadoussac, you just hop on the ferry.



233 KM - Curious Exploration
Departure from Saguenay

This 230 km loop departs from Saguenay and takes you all the way to the infamous Grotte du Lac Lamothe. Between the Zec Onatchiway and the Valinouët, you will witness some spectacular snow-filled landscapes.



305 KM - Friendly Expedition
Departure from Saint-Gédéon

This 300 km roundabout tour of lac Saint-Jean takes riders directly from lac Saint-Jean to Métabetchouan and then through Desbiens and Chambord. In Dolbeau-Mistassini, you will discover the Vauvert relay on the frozen lake, located directly on the shores of lac Saint-Jean, offering a magnificent view up to Roberval.


Trail 3 | THE BIG LOOP

972 KM - Curious Exploration
Departure from Saint-Raymond

This winter set off on an adventure to one of North America’s premier snowmobiling destinations. Every year the picturesque regions of Charlevoix, Québec, and Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean are cloaked with 7 metres of fresh powdery snow, transforming them into a winter wonderland like no other. Nestled in this natural triangle you’ll find 5,300 kilometres of pristine marked trails just waiting to be explored. The breathtaking winterscapes and panoramas of the St. Lawrence River and the Monts-Valin area truly are a sight to behold. And while you’re in the area you won’t want to miss the Casino de Charlevoix and the Carnaval de Québec in Old Québec.