TOUR 1000

Canada / Lanaudière / Laurentides / Outaouais

Tour information

  • Canada / Lanaudière / Laurentides / Outaouais
  • 8 days / 7 nights
  • 5 Reviews
5,000 $ CAD / PERS
or 3 400 €
  • Accommodation
  • Airline ticket
  • All transferts
  • Full equipment
  • Gazoline
  • Guide
  • Insurance
  • Meal
  • Pick up at the airport
  • Snowmobile
  • Taxes & tips

TOUR 1000


Package of 8 days / 7 nights / Europe-Europe all included

5 day itinerant tour: 1000km – 3 areas of the Quebec

The Laurentides, Outaouais and Lanaudière are three of areas of Quebec that counts over 8000km of snowmobile trail
You will discover imposing landscapes, beautiful and wild nature
From the faunal reserve of Papineau Labelle, through the reserve Rouge-Matawin,this tour is appropriate for all those in search of adventure

Every Saturday from January 4 to March 21, 2020
Desired depature date or no airline ticket, contact us

It is strongly advised to reserve your package tour before the second week of January
The climatic condition and trails are not favorable before this period. For informations: click here


Manoir Saint Sauveur****Auberge Couleurs de France • Pine Grove outfitter • Auberge Chez IgnaceKan-À-Mouche outfitterNovotel****hotel 


Day 1 / Flight Europe / Montreal

Greeting at the Montréal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International airport
Private transportation of your team to Mont-Saint-Sauveur (one hour trip)
Check-in at the Manoir Saint Sauveur****
Welcome cocktail
Dinner and overnight stay at the Manoir Saint-Sauveur (swimming pool, Jacuzzi spa)

  • First departure on January Saturday 4, 2020

Day 2 / Stage 1: Tour departure / Sainte-Adèle / Duhamel (160km)

Breakfast at the Manoir starting at 7:00 am
8:30 am: Transfer for the rental facility
Signature of contracts and formalities, delivery of the required cold and briefing on the use and safety of your snowmobiles
9:30 am: Departure towards Saint Adolphe d’Howard
Lunch around noon in a snowmobiles relay station
After lunch continue towards the Lac des Plages, Duhamel
Stags of Virginia (roe-deer’s) observation
Arrival around 6:00 pm at the Auberge Couleurs de France for dinner and overnight stay (external Jacuzzi)


Day 3 / Stage 2: Duhamel / Pine Grove outfitter (240km)

Direction north towards the Hautes-Laurentides
Crossing the faunal reserve Papineau Labelle and its many lakes
Lunch around noon in an auberge
After lunch continue direction of the Baskatong reservoir
Arrival around 7:00 pm at the Pine Grove outfitter
Dinner and overnight stay


Day 4 / Stage 3: Pine Grove outfitter / Lac Nominingue (200km)

Departure towards the Windigo falls, Lac Saint Paul
Crossing the Baskatong reservoir (a true inland sea)
Lunch around noon at Ferme Neuve
Leg on the 63 (Trans-Quebec trail) which will bring you to the Lac Nominingue
Arrival around 5:30 pm at the Auberge chez Ignace
Dinner and overnight stay (external jacuzzi)


Day 5 / Stage 4: Lac Nominingue / Saint-Michel-des-Saints (190km)

Departure towards Saint Michel des Saints
Crossing the Faunal reserve Rouge-Mattawin
Lunch around noon in snowmobile relay station
Direction Saint-Michel-des-Saints while following the trail 33
Arrival at the Kan-À-Mouche outfitter in the evening
Dinner and overnight stay


Day 6 / Stage 5: Saint-Michel-des-Saints / Sainte-Adèle / End of the tour (210km)
Transfer / Montreal downtown

Departure towards Zec Lavigne and Notre-Dame-de-la-Merci
Lunch around noon in a snowmobile relay station
During afternoon, last stage of the tour direction Saint-Adèle
Arrival late afternoon at the rental facility to drop off your equipment
Departure for Montreal at 06:30 pm(1 hour trip)
Day off in downtown Montreal
Overnight stay at the Novotel**** hotel
Dinner at the customer discretion


Day 7 / Day off in Montreal / Airport transfer Flight Montreal / Europe

Day off downtown Montreal
Departure for the airport late afternoon
Night flight towards Europe
Dinner on board
*Lunch at the customer discretion

  • Last return on March Saturday 21, 2020

Day 8 / Arrival in Europe

Arrived in Europe early in the day
Return to the reality
End of our services

Please note: Modifications may occur without notice to your tour package selection due climatic and trails conditions that is unforeseen

For your safety, our guides are equipped with a first aid diploma and have access to a GPS satellite tracking system at all times that allows us to pinpoint your position in real time even in remote areas


Price per person including air flight: 5.000 $ CDN / Yamaha SR Viper – 4-stroke / 135hp
Price per person without air flight or departure from Montreal: please consult us

All our prices are in Canadian dollars and are guaranteed prices

A company or travel agency governed by the laws of the Province of Quebec must present its prices in Canadian dollars only
For your convenience we place an online currency converter that will allow you to retrieve the most recent exchange rate in real time

$ Currency rates in Euros click here

1 PERSON per snowmobile – Minimum 4 people – Maximum 6 people per private group
4 people or less please consult us to see if there is a possibility to set up a smaller group with a maximum of 6 people
Our groups are composed of 6 people. Two scenarios:
– Either you constitute your own private group of a maximum of 6 participants
– Either we constitute a group of a maximum of 6 participants in the progressively bookings,according to profiles of applicants
The fact of not being in great numbers in the same group ensures flexibility, dynamism and privileged contact with your guide

Duration: 5 day itinerant tour – 1000km
Characteristics: Enchanting scenery with trails going through forests and lakes
Lodging: Hotels*** Auberge and Outfitters (Wilderness Lodge)
Level: Good physical condition (Riding 6 to 7 hours/day)
Driving licence: Having a valid driver’s licence (car, motorcycle, scooter)
Passport: Having a valid passport
The following foreign nationals will need an eTA before boarding their flight to Canada: Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA).
Visa: No need for a Visa if you are resident of the EC. For other countrys, click on government of Canada
Minimum age: 18 years old
Booking deposit: 40% (non refundable – including the air flight)
Final payment: 21 days before the departure
Payment terms: Visa – MasterCard – Money transfer

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Round trip plane ticket on scheduled flight from a European capital city, extra fees from other cities of 200 $
Transportation included to and from Montreal Pierre-Elliot Trudeau International Airport
Lodging 6 nights in ****Hotels and Auberges room in double occupancy: 1 room for 2 people including private bathroom
Meals: 6 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 5 dinners, service and tips included
A 5 day itinerant tour / 1000 km snowmobile tour package
Snowmobile Yamaha SR Viper – 4-stroke – 1049cc / 135hp, model 2020 (odorless of oil)
Full cold weather: full-face helmet with heated shield, snowsuit, boots, gloves, hood and sealed bag
A guide trained in first aid diploma included and equipped with GPS satellite units
Gasoline, provincial and federal taxes and airport taxes included
Snowmobile liabilities, civil insurances and trail passes are included
Financial guarantee: yours funds are deposited at ANQ in trust account
Civil liability of 2 million dollars included with AXA Insurance Company

Extra fees for single occupancy room: 600 $
Insurance option in case of cancellation and or delay of luggage
Insurance option in case of hospitalizing if needed
3.000 $ CDN non-taxable deposit on Yamaha SR Viper – 4-stroke – 1049cc / 135hp
This one can be done by Visa, MasterCard and/or American Express (print only: the amount will not be blocked)
* Please note: the deposit has to be paid before the departure of your tour
The option to purchase casualty insurance: 290 $ taxes included available only on the Yamaha SR Viper – 4-stroke – 1049cc / 135hp see details
* This insurance can only purchase on the day of departure of your package
All personal expenses
Lunch the last day in Montreal
Tipping your guide

Yamaha SR Viper Snowmobile Yamaha SR Viper

Model 2020 (without oil smell)

Whether you are a beginner or an expert, this new Yamaha, sporty and light, is designed for the track and the half-off-road

  • Straight-three engine
  • Engine: 1049 cm³ / 4-stroke
  • Power: 135hp
  • Max speed: 160km/H
  • Starter: electric
  • Heated accelerator and handles
  • Reverse gear

– Six pairs of socks (3 thick and 3 thin)
– Two sets of underwear (polar tech type)
– Two sweaters (wool or fleece)
– A pair of shoes
– A pair of ski gloves
– Sunglasses
– A toilet kit
– A swimsuit is recommanded as some of our accommodations offer a pool or Jacuzzi
All the residences supply bath and hands towels
Note your luggage, containing your clothes can be left safely at the rental facility. You will find them at the end of your daily tour

Bags bundle 2 X 15L
Full-face helmet
with heated shielde
Bags bundle 2 X 15L
Ventral bag
Under gloves

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5 reviews
  • Alastair whiteside
    16 h 00 min - 29 February 2012. Reply

    Hi Elizabeth,

    I just wanted to drop you a line to thank you very much for the superb holiday myself and Reg had.
    All the Lodges were superb and food throughout the trip was excellent.
    Fred our guide was a great guy.
    I was so impressed how welcome you made us feel and your customer service is 10 out of 10.
    I shall certainly be coming on another trip with company and hope to bring some friends with me.
    Kind Regards

  • Alan Mearns
    21 h 00 min - 8 March 2013. Reply

    Dear Elisabeth, Jacques & Fred,
    Thank you for making this snowmobile raid such a fantastic and memorable adventure. Everything went perfectly, from the organisation, the equipment, the accommodation and last but not least, our Guide. I will definitely recommend Aventure Nord Québec to friends.
    I thank you all.
    Very best wishes

  • Peter David Inman
    19 h 44 min - 9 March 2013. Reply

    Thank-you and your team Elisabeth for such an excellent holiday !
    The experience was made by the quality of the pre raid organisation, and the preparation that had gone into selecting the routes and evening destinations. Freddy is an outstanding guide who has the right blend of coaching/toughness and humour, and took us very quickly from being complete novices, to giving us confidence to allow us to really enjoy ourselves on the snowmobiles.
    I will happily recommend Aventure Nord Quebec.
    Best regards,

  • Patricia Wilms
    19 h 30 min - 23 February 2015. Reply

    Dear Elisabeth,
    Thank you very much for your work and your greetings! The group (and above all Erwin) has enjoyed the trip very, very much!
    Hopefully, I can accompany them or if you need any help, please feel free contact me and I’ll catch the next airplane to Canada! 🙂 I would be very pleased to become acquainted with you!
    However, Erwin had the question how much the tip for the guide normally is, he is concerned that they didn’t tip Martin (?) as much as would be advisable to do so.
    Have a great day and thank you again!
    All best,

  • Gary Beecroft
    16 h 22 min - 18 May 2017. Reply

    Adventure indeed

    Top fun with professional organisation.