Massif du Sud regional park welcomes fat bikes on its trails. Most of our groomed trails* can be used by fat bike, a recently booming winter activity.
*Since the groomed trails are also used for cross-country skiing, we ask you to travel in single file so that everyone can enjoy these trails. Dogs are not allowed for safety reasons.
The following trails are accessible on a fat bike:
BEFORE YOU LEAVE
What to do in a blizzard?
A blizzard is a sudden snow and wind storm causing snow to be blown around and reducing visibility. This phenomenon is common in high altitude areas where the vegetation is rarer and the mountains more exposed.
If you get caught in a blizzard or in blowing snow, here are a few tips to help you:
What to do if you are injured and cannot move?
In any case, never leave the signaled areas.
What to do if you are lost?
In any case, it is preferable to wait for help rather than spending your energy going around in circles in the woods.
Please note that the groomed trails are shared between cross-country skiers and fat bike users. We ask that cyclists respect the established rules (orientation of trails, etc.) Be civil on your ride!
*Note: All fat bike users must wear a helmet.