A tourist and recreational trail designed along an old railroad between Bois-des-Filion and Mont-Laurier, this 232 km (144 mi) corridor provides a north-south crossing through the magnificent Laurentian region. Summer activities include cycling, hiking, and inline skating; winter activities include snowmobiling between Labelle and Mont-Laurier (93 km/58 mi), and cross-country skiing between Saint-Jérôme and Val-David (40 km/25 mi, classic and ski skating); mechanical maintenance and easy level. All along the trail, railway stations have been renovated and many have been converted into welcoming cafés and rental and repair shops for sports equipment.
1400, boul. Sainte-Adèle, bureau 200, Sainte-Adèle
Québec, Canada, J8B 2N5
1 800 561-6673 (Canada, USA)
Winter sports particularities
Number of trails (1). Linear length of the trails (40 km). Total length of the trails (40 km). Easy (1). Cross-country skiing - short trails. Cross-country skiing - classical technique (40 km). Cross-country skiing - skating technique (40 km)
Cross-country skiing (40 km). Cycling (232 km). Hiking (232 km). Roller blade (125 km). Snowmobiling (117 km)
Baggage transport. Camping accommodation. Documentation / publications. Drinking water. Lodging on the premises. Outdoor equipment transport. Packages. Panoramic view / lookout. Showers. Other services
Bike. Cross-country skis. Other sports equipment
Free outdoor parking. Pay outdoor parking.
Restaurant and food services
Restaurant on premises. Picnic area