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Motoneige St-Donat


Saint-Donat welcomes you!

“Forget about snowbanks. Ride with your snowmobile on endless kilometers of white nature.”

You deserve a memorable snowmobile ride. It’s the best way to see some beautiful countryside, close to nature. From the village of St-Donat, you have access to more than 200 kilometers of snowmobile trails, groomed daily by the local club. And if you’re looking for breathtaking views, and the best photo shots of your season, two great mountains are waiting for you : Montagne Noire (Black Mountain) and Mont des Cenelles.

There aren’t many places that offer all winter activities on one same territory. Being renowed for its early snowfalls, the village of Saint-Donat greets you all winter long for your snowmobile rides.

Whether you are looking for a warm lunch hour or a pleasant stay of a few days in an inn or condo, the St-Donat area has everything for you.

The trails are maintained in top shape daily by the St-Donat snowmobile club’s groomers.

Trail conditions : motoneigestdonat.com.

In the hearth of the Laurentians and Lanaudiere regions, St-Donat is crossed by Trans-Quebec no 33 trail and is the starting point of many circuits.

You can reach St-Donat using free way 25 North and route 125 North, or freeway 15 North (exit 89) and route 329. Once there, a snowmobiler will find all the services he may need.

Three rental centers provide newcomers and experts, with snowmobiles in excellent condition, to discover this great activity and enjoy a safe and pleasant ride. Guides are availaible.

Have a GREAT season !

To prepare your next visit or to get more infomation about the region or packages available, contact the people of the tourist information office of St-Donat at 819-424-2833 or toll-free at 1-888 783-6628 or or by e-mail.

Discover or rediscover Saint-Donat during your next snowmobile ride.

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