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Snowmobile-Friendly Lodging in Bas-Saint-Laurent
  • Bas-Saint-Laurent offers a wide range of scenery

Snowmobile-Friendly Lodging in Bas-Saint-Laurent

Add Comfort and Amenities to Your Itinerary!

From Kamouraska to Rimouski via Rivière-du-Loup and the interior, Bas-Saint-Laurent offers a wide range of scenery, from the islands in the St. Lawrence to coniferous forests and frozen lakes. Explore the region along the Bas-Saint-Laurent – Gaspésie Snowmobile Tour or find a home base and ride on loop trails. Here are four establishments you may want to add to your itinerary.

Given the current COVID-19 pandemic, please check before your departure to confirm the services offered by the establishments mentioned below. Please note that official proof of vaccination against COVID-19 as well as a valid photo ID are required to frequent bars and restaurants in Québec.

Hôtel Universel

This 4-star hotel in Rivière-du-Loup is a great place for snowmobilers to stay as it provides secure parking in a locked garage or outdoor parking lot under video surveillance. Located close to trail #526, the hotel offers 220 recently renovated rooms and suites, two restaurants and many amenities. In the evening, relax in the indoor pool or Nordic spa or treat yourself to a spa treatment. Several packages are available.

Hôtel Rimouski

This 4-star hotel facing the St. Lawrence in Rimouski offers 185 modern rooms, including 52 suites. To get there, take Trans-Québec trail #5 and then a local trail. Park your snowmobile in the parking lot under video surveillance, then treat yourself to a gourmet meal at the hotel’s bistro or restaurant. For the perfect end to your day, take advantage of the indoor pool, sauna or spa where you can enjoy massage therapy. Inquire about the various packages available.

Domaine Valga

Located inland in Saint-Gabriel-de-Rimouski, Domaine Valga is accessible via trail #579. You have two options: you can stay in one of the 9 rooms in Eastern Québec’s largest log inn or you can rent one of three chalets, each of which can accommodate up to 9 people. Breakfast and lunch are served daily from mid-January to mid-March to snowmobilers; dinner is available upon reservation. A warm welcome awaits you here!

What are you waiting for? Start planning your snowmobile trip in Bas-Saint-Laurent now!

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Author Anne-Josée Pineau

Born in Bas-Saint-Laurent, Anne-Josée Pineau loves this region and is delighted to introduce others to it. Never far from the sea, she’s fascinated by lighthouses and could live on seafood alone! On this blog, she likes to write about our regions’ unusual attractions, make your mouth water by describing local delicacies, and pique your interest by revealing some of the hidden beauty found in Québec by the Sea. In other words, she wants to provide you with lots of ideas for an unforgettable vacation!

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