The Amerindian Raid - Snowmobile


Nature, adventure, culture and authentic log accommodation: here’s what this unique snowmobile raid offers you in the heart of the Laurentian Mountains. The Laurentian range stretches out from the Outaouais region to the Labrador and marks the southern extremity of the Canadian Shield. With its national parks, its wildlife reserves and its mountainous landscapes, this is undoubtedly a spectacular area to explore for snowmobilers. In addition to the fantastic belvederes which will delight the photographers, the journey will take you in the heart of the native land of the ATIKAMEKW nation. You’ll even have the opportunity to visit a fascinating site which explains and shows how the 11 native nations in Québec have lived here for more than 5000 years.

Itinerary

  • Day 1 Montreal

    Montreal Arrival in Montreal. Transfer on your own towards downtown.

    Accommodation : Hotel

  • Day 2 Trois-Rives - La Tuque

    Trois-Rives - La Tuque After breakfast, a shuttle will pick you up directly at your downtown hotel. You’ll then head towards the Mattawin Adventure Center which is located in the heart of the Mauricie region’s wild territories. After a two hours journey, much of which runs along the scenic St. Maurice Valley, a guide will welcome you upon your arrival at the Adventure Center. He will then proceed to the technical training to make sure that your snowmobile adventure is safely conducted with the utmost respect for the environment. Towards the end of the morning, you leave by snowmobile in direction of the wild territories of the Upper Mauricie region where the Canadian cliché of an endless forest sparkled with isolated lakes becomes a reality. Welcome in Atikamekw territory! Dinner and night at the Pourvoirie Odanak. (B, L, D)

    Accommodation : Outfitter

  • Day 3 Saint-Raymond de Portneuf

    Saint-Raymond de Portneuf The Adventure now takes you a little further South where the wild landscapes of the North give way to charming agricultural valleys. You will then pass by the village of St. Tite which is certainly a curiosity due to its surprising western style. Its famous Country Festival attracts yearly over 700,000 visitors from around the world! You’ll then continue on towards the Portneuf region. Dinner and night at the Hôtel Roquemont.(B, L, D)

    Accommodation : Hotel

  • Day 4 Saint-Mathieu-du-Parc

    Saint-Mathieu-du-Parc The adventure continues through the snowy hills of the Mastigouche Wildlife Reserve. You’ll finally arrive in the village of Saint-Mathieu du Parc where you’ll reach a nice log-made inn. Dinner and night at the Auberge du Trappeur. (B, L, D)

    Accommodation : Lodge

  • Day 5 Sainte-Émilie-de-l’énergie

    Sainte-Émilie-de-l’énergie It’s now time to ride back towards in direction of the Lanaudière region. Your destination: the majestic Lake Taureau. This huge body of water becomes a fascinating white desert in winter and the immense wilderness of the Upper Matawinie area is a true paradise for snowmobilers looking for some adventure! Dinner and night at the Pourvoirie du Domaine Bazinet (B, L, D)

    Accommodation : Outfitter

  • Day 6 Trois-Rives - Montreal

    Trois-Rives -  Montreal Since all good things come to an end, you conclude your adventure at the end of the day, you’ll be called upon to raise your glass in honor of your exploits before the transfer to Montreal. Night at the Roberval in standard or at the Gouverneur Place Dupuis in Superior. (B, L).

    Instead of returning to Montreal, you can opt for a transfer to Quebec City (see the details in the « Stay in Quebec City » box.

    Accommodation : Hotel

  • Day 7 Montreal

    Montreal Those who returned to Montreal the previous night have some free time to discover the city before returning to the airport. (B)


"Stay in Quebec City" Option:  Rather than returning to Montreal on day 6, you now have the opportunity to be transferred in Quebec City where you will also spend the night on day 7 before taking the train back to Montreal on day 8. The package then becomes an 8 days / 7 nights.
For more information, please contact us.

Dates & prices

Departures for French-speaking groups:

From To Price per person Guaranteed Booking
C$2,465 No Book now!
C$2,465 No Book now!

Trip code: HIVER-01

Notes


The cost includes:


· R/T transfer from Montreal to the Adventure Center
· Services of a certified snowmobile guide
· Recent Bombardier 4 stroke engine, 600cc snowmobile for 5 days
· Unlimited mileage, gas and oil for 5 days
· "Extreme Cold" clothing : snow-suit, boots, helmet and gloves
· Face-mask
· Waterproof bag for your personnal items
· Accident insurance for snowmobile (*Deductible 0$ - **Security Deposit 500$)
· Snowmobile trail permit
· 6 nights accommodation
· 16 meals (see abbreviations)
· 1 snack
· Applicable taxes

The cost does not include:


· Air travel
· Airport transfers
· Personal expenses
· Drinks (excluding coffee and tea with meals included)
· Credit card security deposit
· Tips for guide

Practical info

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Destination
Quebec
Activity
Nature - Adventure Winter
Duration
7 days
Group
2 to 8 persons
Code
HIVER-01
Price
From C$2,465
Level
2/5
Comfort
3/5
Language(s)
French

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