Directory of Mountain Bike
and Fat Bike Trails in Québec

presented by There are more than 2,500 km of mountain bike trails and 1,500 km of fat bike trails in Québec, for a total of over 150 sites to explore. This directory contains all the information you need to make the most of your excursions.

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Check out our video Fatbike : le bonheur en gros format to discover the joys of this winter activity and the 1,500 km of trails available in Québec. A wonderful way to enjoy the season on a trail near you.

Given the current situation, contact the center where you are planning to bike before heading out. To ride in accordance with public health guidelines, consult the Code de conduite des cyclistes en temps de pandémie.

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Find a trail

Step 1
  • Tous les types de pratique All
  • Chemins forestiers ou multifonctionnels CF • Chemins forestiers ou multifonctionnels
  • Cross-country XC • Cross-country
  • Enduro EN • Enduro
  • Descente / Freeride DH-FR • Descente / Freeride
  • Fatbike FAT • Fatbike
  • Véloparc (Pumptrack) VP • Véloparc (Pumptrack)
  • BMX BM • BMX
Step 2

Practice types

  • CF • Chemins forestiers ou multifonctionnels
  • XC • Cross-country
  • EN • Enduro
  • DH-FR • Descente / Freeride
  • FAT • Fatbike
  • VP • Véloparc (Pumptrack)
  • BM • BMX

Trail levels

  • Very easy
  • Easy
  • Intermediate
  • Hard
  • Very difficult
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Exploring the trails


Useful tips and pointers

Love to tackle mountain or fat bike trails, or put your skills to the test at a bike park? Getting ready for your first cycling holiday? Read on for a host of useful tips and pointers.

Mountain Biking

Sport divided into 3 types – cross-country, enduro and downhill – each with its special features.

Fat Biking

Fat biking is a great winter pursuit that is gaining traction among a growing number of cyclists.

Bike Parks

Recreation facilities that allow young cyclists to develop their skills and take their passion for mountain biking.