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Cross-country Skiing / Snowshoeing

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A huge territory, abundant snow and a warm welcome: that is the essence of the Upper Lanrentians!

With barely 250 kilometers of  snowshoe trails and more than 300 kilometers of cross-country ski trails, you will find everything you need. Discover Nordic skiing or hok skiing and introduce your children to winter sports! Our different centers and parks will warmly welcome you in a magnificent wilderness. Come and hike with your partner, family or friends and let yourself be charmed by the Upper Lanrentians.

Chute-Saint-Philippe

Club de ski de fond Chute-Saint-Philippe

78, chemin du Panorama
Chute-Saint-Philippe (Québec) J0W 1A0
Phone: 819 585-3397 #252

www.facebook.com/groups/sentiersnaturecsp/

4 cross-country ski trails and 6 snowshoe trails totaling 35 km.
Free access with voluntary contribution.

2 relays with accessible wood. Dry toilet available (bring your toilet paper).
More information:
Ferme-Neuve

Parc régional Montagne du Diable

125, 12e rue
1100, chemin Léandre-Meilleur
Ferme-Neuve (Québec) J0W 1C0
Phone: 819 587-3882 #221
Toll-Free: 1 877 587-3882

www.parcmontagnedudiable.com

Accessible shelters.
40 km of trail for classic skiing and “no skating” skiing.
80 km of trail for snowshoeing (dogs on a lead allowed).
55 km of trail for Nordic skiing.
SKI HOK can be practiced in
Nordic ski and snowshoe trails.
Equipment rental for juniors and adults.
L'Ascension

Parc de la Source

chemin des Îles
L'Ascension (Québec)
Phone: 819 275-3027

www.municipalite-lascension.qc.ca


20 km of free and freely accessible snowshoe trail.
Shelters accessible, but not recommended since there is no disinfection. Open for necessity.
More information:
Lac-du-Cerf

Parc La Biche

Via ch. de l'Église et ch. Dumouchel
Lac-du-Cerf (Québec) J0W 1S0
Phone: 819 597-2424

www.lacducerf.ca

Offered activities: cross-country skying and snowshoeing
Lac-Saguay

Boisé Joseph-B.-B.-Gauthier

257-A, route 117 Nord
Lac-Saguay (Québec) J0W 1L0
Phone: 819 278-3972

www.lacsaguay.qc.ca

7 km of snowshoe trail.
Free and open access, dry toilets on the trails.
More information:
Mont-Laurier

Centre de ski de fond Mont-Laurier

1831, boul. Albiny-Paquette
Mont-Laurier (Québec) J9L 3G6
Phone: 819 623-5520

www.skimontlaurier.com

The Center has over 100 km of cross-country ski and snowshoe trails.
Buy your Mont-Laurier Outdoor Center season pass by calling the Ski Center.

* Access to reception, toilets and rental. Maximum of 4 people inside.
On December 21, the Center will host a trailer that will accommodate more people in a heated place to prepare for the hike. Wearing a mask, washing hands and keeping a distance of 2 meters must be respected.
Nominingue

Lake Grandes-Baies Cross-Country Ski Center

Au bout du chemin des Buses
Nominingue (Québec) J0W 1R0
Phone: 514 606-6011

Nearly 50 km of cross-country ski and snowshoe trails. Free and open access.
Accessible refuge with wood, no toilets. In the Papineau-Labelle Wildlife Reserve.
More information:

Parc Le Renouveau Rosaire-Senécal

Via Ch. des Marroniers ou ch. Tour-du-Lac
Nominingue (Québec) J0W 1R0
Phone: 819 278-3384 #246

www.municipalitenominingue.qc.ca


Free and open access. More than 10 km of snowshoeing trail, including
a track for beginners and young people. 5 km from cross-country ski trails.

Accessible relay, dry toilets on the trails, belvedere
and observation points.
More information:
Notre-Dame-du-Laus

Parc régional du Poisson blanc

37, ch de la Truite
Notre-Dame-du-Laus (Québec)
Phone: 819 767-2999

Free and open access to hiking trails for snowshoeing, unmaintained trails.
Rivière-Rouge

Centre de plein air Les 6 Cantons

4265, chemin La Macaza
Rivière-Rouge (Québec) J0T 1T0
Phone: 819 275-2577

www.6cantons.ca

55 km of trails for cross-country skiing and 25 km
for snowshoeing. Accommodation and rental equipment.

Parc régional Kiamika

Chemin du lac Kiamika
Rivière-Rouge (Québec)
Phone: 819 278-5402

Accès libre et gratuit à 2 sentiers de raquette au départ de la pourvoirie Cécaurel.
Saint-Aimé-du-Lac-des-Îles

Sentier du Lac Gaucher

Chemin Maniwaki
Saint-Aimé-du-Lac-des-Îles (Québec) J0W 1J0
Phone: 819 597-2047
www.saint-aime-du-lac-des-iles.ca

1 snowshoe trail of 2 km. free and open access.
Observation site, belvedere and footbridge. Reception chalet
with wood that will be closed for the time of the red zone.
Sainte-Anne-du-Lac

Les sentiers Tapani

Rue Bélanger
Sainte-Anne-du-Lac (Québec) J0W 1V0
Phone: 819 586-2110

Free and open access to 6 cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails totaling more than 10 km. Heated relay (closed for 2020-2021).
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