Three days/Four nights - 370 miles
Four days/Five nights - 600 miles
Five days/Six nights - 785 miles
Experience required: Previous experience with snowmobilies preferred. In some cases a person with an intuitive ability to operate an automobile or motorcycle is allowed.
People per snowmobile: One
Trail time: Eight hours per day
Equipment rental available: Yes
Highlights: World-class trails, upscale accommodations, adventurous cuisine, spectacular scenery and tour of Ice Hotel
A reasonable person might wonder; how are gourmet dining and snowmobiling related? Over the course of our travels in Quebec, we noticed that in addition to ordinary hotels and restaurants, a number of reasonably priced inns were available as well. A closer look revealed that these inns which are referred to as an "auberge" in Quebec, offer exceptional cuisine in an upscale setting, and specifically target the discriminating snowmobiler. We have chosen for this trip, a handful of small inns, all of which offer a unique blend of rustic elegance.
Most of the inns we visit are chef owned. Many of the chefs have been trained in France and prepare creative and inspired cuisine with a Quebecois’ twist. Main course choices include duck, salmon, wild boar, moose, beef, chicken and pork. The manner in which the offerings are prepared and presented is nothing short of exquisite. Typically, the group will have some interaction with the chef for explanation and information regarding the "menu du jour". We are happy to provide you with a sample menu.