The Saguenay Fjord, a snowmobile bridge and more! Côte-Nord
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A Snowmobile Destination Worth Visiting

Located in Eastern Québec, Côte-Nord is a region of vast and wild snowy spaces. Trans-Québec trail #3 runs along the coast, offering snowmobilers breathtaking views of the St. Lawrence and the opportunity to cross many rivers via bridges specifically designed for snowmobiles. Find out more here.

Saguenay Fjord
Photo: Marc Loiselle
The Majestic Saguenay Fjord

Created over 175 million years ago by collapsing rock, this glacial valley is now one of the longest and southernmost fjords in the world! Here are a few tips to admire it in the winter.

Manicouagan Bridge
Photo: JB Films Productions/Tourisme Côte-Nord
The Manicouagan Snowmobile Bridge

At 213 metres (700 feet) long and 27.4 metres (90 feet) high, this snowmobile bridge is the most famous in the region! Find out everything you need to know about this fascinating structure here.

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Everything You Need to Know about Snowmobiling in Our Regions


Visit our Snowmobiling page for:

  • Ride ideas
  • Practical information
  • Snowmobile-friendly accommodations
  • Must-see sites
  • And more!
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