on a Ski-Doo!



on a Ski-Doo!

Exclusive Expedition with Your Own Private Group

Available: 15th December 2019 - 31st March 2020


8-days & 7-nights, 591 mi (807 km)

This itinerary is the most popular with  a 4 vehicle group, it may be modified to provide the best experience.

The serious thrill seeker in you will come out to play in Canada’s magnificent snow sculpted landscape, where the snowmobile was born. You can push your machine to the limit as you weave your way through the thick old-growth

snow-covered forests, climb mountainous tracks and cross frozen lakes; explore hidden backcountry trails whose pristine white beauty and tranquility will leave you simply breathless.

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Day 1: Arrival in Montreal 

Gear up! You’ll receive a winter safety briefing and fitted for clothing to keep you warm during your adventure to come.

Day 2: The Ski-Doo Culture

The day starts with a visit to the interactive Bombardier Museum in Valcourt. This is the birthplace of Joseph-Armand Bombardier, the inventor of the snowmobile. BRP has its worldwide headquarters here. As evening approaches, you'll experience dinner at a traditional rustic maple sugar shack, an absolute must for all visitors!

Day 3: Yes. It Goes That Fast!

62 mi  (100 km) 

After a bus transfer to the beautiful provincial capital area you’ll have an introductory course in snowmobiling and safety. Once you’re comfortable on your Ski-Doo, you’ll ride north. This is the first big leg of your adventure. You’ll feel the crisp, fresh air on your face; see spectacular white winter scenery and wide-open sky; and experience the ultimate and natural playground for the snowmobile. 


Day 4: Destination: Lake Édouard

93 mi (150 km)  


Welcome to Lake Édouard, population: 180. Here, temperatures can dip to a bone-chilling -30°C (-25°F). You’re now in moose and bear country; the deep, rugged and unforgiving Canadian wilderness; completely isolated by large thick forests and long, wide frozen lakes where you can test your snowmobile skills on endless deep pristine powder.

Day 5: Push Your Limits

62 mi (100km) 

Take a crack at off-trail riding; the snowmobile was built for this. The adrenaline junky in you will feel an euphoric sense of freedom as your sled bites into the snow. 


Day 6: Ride Like the Pros

93 mi (150 km) 

You’ll see some of the most beautiful panoramas in Quebec as you ride lake-to-lake towards the Bras-du-Nord Valley. Tonight, you'll be a little bit closer to civilization; a good reward for the tough challenges of the past few days.

Day 7: Old Quebec City

62 mi (100 km)

Choose between more thrilling riding or a more sedate walking exploration that will transport you back in time to the cultural birthplace of the region, Old Quebec City. It is North America’s only remaining fortified city. Founded in 1608, charming Old Quebec is a true open-air museum with uniquely narrow streets and cityscapes. Among the amazing national historic sites, you can explore the three centuries old military fortifications, the Parliament buildings and the Petit-Champlain neighbourhood. Later, you will have a farewell dinner at the majestic Château Frontenac.


Day 8: Departure. Return flight.

You’ll travel back to Montreal for your return flight. Sadly, your VIP Adventure has come to an end. It’s time to think about the next one! Safe return and see you soon!

Rates per person based on a 4 vehicle group*:

Driver rates: Upon Request

Passenger rates: Upon Request

*Rates do not include taxes. Taxes will be applied where applicable. Certain conditions apply, please read the Terms & Conditions of Purchase

Included in all VIP Adventure experiences

  • Dynamic, Flexible Itinerary

  • Routes Adaptable to Challenge Riders of all Levels

  • ...and Much More!



Meals, alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks, access tickets to museums/activities or any other charges not mentioned in the list above.

  • Training Personalized to Each Rider's Skill Level

  • Route Security & Safety Plans

  • Off the Beaten Track Exploration

  • Connect with Remote Communities

  • Access Rare Cultural Events 

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