The Must-Dos

Upper Laurentians
The Must-Dos

By snowmobile in winter or by ATV or Adventure bike in the summer and fall months, our marked trails will lead you to the most impressive attractions and natural wonders of the region.

La Montagne du Diable
The major attraction is undoubtedly the famous and mysterious Montagne Du Diable Mountain (Mount Sir Wilfrid-Laurier). Standing 783 meters high, it is the second highest peak in the Laurentians after Mont-Tremblant. No off-road motor sports enthusiast ventures into the Upper Laurentians without experiencing this climb, which is accessible in any season. With its landscape and breathtaking views of the region, this mountain will take your breath away.

Relais de la Montagne du Diable
Located at the top the Mountain, the Relais de la Montagne du Diable is the winter rendezvous for snowmobile and ATV enthusiasts.

This resto-bar offers breathtaking views of the entire region and some of its main attractions. Open during the winter season only. 1 873 388-0289

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Chute du Windigo
A must-see natural attraction that can be discovered in all its splendour in winter and summer. These unique falls that cascade over a huge rock formation is spectacular in any season.
Réservoir Baskatong
This magnificent reservoir is a huge inland sea of more than 320 square kilometres. In the wintertime, it is transformed into a winter wonderland as far as the eye can see, on which a snowmobile club maintains a marked ice bridge spanning over more than 8 km. In summer, the reservoir features water sports and beaches.
P'tit Train du Nord linear park
In the winter, the Le P'tit Train du Nord linear park is transformed into snowmobile trails between Saint-Agathe and Mont-Laurier.

Following mainly the route of old railway tracks, the path is a true scenic route connecting the different sectors to the pure enjoyment of snowmobilers.

Forest Trails
Since 1996, there has been an incredible expansion of the trail network through the forest. North of Mont-Laurier, the vastness of the territory is impressive and gives a real sense of freedom.

In summer and winter, you’ll be surprised by all the services available in the forest. In winter, the snowmobile trails are proudly maintained by the surrounding clubs and it is these trails that have undoubtedly contributed to the fame of the Sentiers Coureur des Bois region. Our members open their doors to you as snowmobile relays in the winter and as ATV/Adventure bike relays in the summer and fall, offering all the services you can think of (lodging, restaurants, gas and some also offer snowmobile and ATV rentals).