Free access to FCMQ trails throughout Québec!
An initiative of the Fédération des clubs de motoneigistes du Québec (FCMQ) and its member clubs, the fourth edition of the Open House event will provide free access, the weekend of February 7th and 8th, to the world's foremost snowmobile trail network. A golden opportunity to become familiar with a recreational activity that is attracting an ever-increasing number of enthusiasts.Interactive trail map Trail conditions Obtain a free trail permit
The 2015 Honour Ride
Feel like having a great time, we are awaiting you !
The Fédération of Snowmobile Clubs Quebec ( FCMQ ) and its 201 affiliated clubs are pleased to invite you to the honor ride that will be held on Saturday, February 7, as part of the the fourth edition of our Open House event. This year, the Eastern Townships will welcome you.
Participate in our Honour Ride (max. 125 participants)
09:00 am NRJ 106.1 team at the Brasserie du Lac Brompton
09:30 am Welcoming at the Brasserie du Lac Brompton
10:00 am Departure for J. Armand Bombardier Museum
11:15 am Arrival at Bombardier Museum (Valcourt)
11:30 am Welcome address/guest of honour speeches
11:45 am VIP Museum visit
NOON Lunch at Valcourt (must be reserved and paid $20 per person)
01:30 pm Departure from Museum. Choice between 2 itinenaries – a long loop 109 km or a short one 87 km. Both itineraries end at the Brasserie Lac Brompton
03:00 pm NRJ 106.1 winners ride, to participate in this contest, listen NRJ 106.1. Departure from Brasserie du Lac Brompton.
To start your registration, click here
STAY AT THE MANOIR DES SABLES DURING THE OPEN HOUSE EVENT:
- 1 night accommodation
- 1 american breakfast
- Access to the recreation facilities
- Service fees
Rates (per person for the package, plus taxes):
- $ 159.00 single occupancy
- $ 89.00 double occupancy
- $ 66.00 triple occupancy
- $ 54.00 quad occupancy
When booking, to take advantage of these great prices, mention the code : association
The owner of the snowmobile must hold a public liability insurance policy with a minimum coverage of $500,000 and have proof of said insurance in his possession;
All snowmobiles must be registered and licensed;
- The minimum age to operate a snowmobile is 16. In addition, drivers aged 16 and 17 must have a valid snowmobile operator’s permit;
- It is forbidden to carry more passengers on a snowmobile than the capacity specified by the manufacturer;
- You should always keep right and stay on the trails.
- Click here to learn more www.fcmq.qc.ca