Tadoussac Bay and the Saguenay Fjord are the main attractions along this trail section. Enjoy spectacular panoramic views over the snowy landscape.
A few miles outside the village of Portneuf-sur-Mer, you will cross a 30-metre (100-foot) bridge over the Portneuf River. At night, the effect of the lights on the bridge is magical!
Cross the Manicouagan River on the longest snowmobile bridge in North America! This bridge is 213 metres (700 feet) long and about 28 metres (90 feet) high—and is a favourite among snowmobilers!
Note that a shuttle service is currently offered to transport snowmobilers between Forestville and Baie-Comeau (available 24/7). For more information:
From Baie-Trinité, take a detour to Pointe-des-Monts to see one of North America’s oldest lighthouses. In clear weather, you can also catch a glimpse of the wind turbines on the other side of the St. Lawrence in Gaspésie.
Off-trail ride towards the far north
From Port-Cartier, adventure lovers can head north on an expedition to Fermont. Taking you through the taiga, this 400-km (250-mi.) ride provides access to several outfitters and gives you opportunities to observe caribou. Keep in mind that this is an expert ride, and you will need to be accompanied by a certified snowmobile guide.
This trail section runs along the St. Lawrence and gives you access to many charming villages.
Along the way, admire the islands of the Mingan Archipelago, which have been sculpted by the sea and wind.
It is recommended to contact the Ook-Pik snowmobile club (418-965-6012) before departing from Sept-Îles.
To properly plan your trip between Baie-Johan-Beetz and Kegaska, please contact Gestion Piste Info-Neige (418-726-3076 or 418-563-7746).
From Kegaska, just east of Natashquan, snowmobiles are the only form of land transportation to Blanc-Sablon. All along the trail, you will encounter stunning winter scenery as well as a string of Innu, French-speaking and English-speaking villages. Running along the coast, this ride will take you through unique landscapes with numerous islands, rivers and bays. A fascinating journey awaits you in the Lower North Shore!
For a worry-free trip on the White Trail, contact Voyages CoSte to enquire about their snowmobile packages.
Please note: Before setting off on this trip, find out about trail conditions by calling Voyages CoSte (1-877-573-2678) or Gestion Piste Info Neige (418-563-7746). This trail is not regularly maintained.