LOCATION & ACCESS

Our 140 km trail network is located North West of Montreal in the Harrington, Wentworth and Gore area. The trails run near Harrington, Laurel, Lakefield, Pine Hill. Take note that  we work hard to run trails away from inhabited area, and most are.
Anyone that has the proper Access Permit can use the trails of any club. See info on Permit Access & Selling Points

Snowmobile access

  • To the northern part of our network, using Quebec’s TransQuébec trail TQ-43 which connects directly  to our network at Lac des Seizes-Îles
  • To the southern part of our network : using Quebec’s TransQuébec trail TQ-3  and if coming from the east, by using Club Lynx’s trails or if coming from the west, by using Club Argenteuil‘s trails, near the municipality of Grenville.

Click on this button map to view our map (377k)  for a regional view of our trail network. This printed map  available at locations listed further down. See also the many services accessed from our trails. For a broader view of Quebec’s whole trail network, see the FCMQ map;  you may zoom in – a double click on a specific area will center and zoom in at that area e.g. Lac Louisa or Pine Hill north of Lachute.

 

You may get our printed map edition (folded) at the following locations:

HÔTEL DU CHASSEUR         450-533-5555
38 Chemin St-Michel Road,
Brownsburg/Chatham (Pine Hill)
Qc, Canada

DÉPANNEUR PINE HILL          450-533-5221
1705 Route du Nord (Qc 327),
Brownsburg/Chatham (Pine Hill)
Qc, Canada

Tourisme Argenteuil
540 BerryLachute,
Qc,Canada
(Former Rail Station)

Also, you may get this printed map on Tour du Lac trail, in a special box located at the southern tip of Lac Louisa.

Road access

You may use a car (& trailer) parking to access our trails at :

HÔTEL DU CHASSEUR          450-533-5555
38 Chemin St-Michel Road,
Brownsburg/Chatham (Pine Hill),
Qc, Canada