Whether for a long distance, to go from town to town or to ride to work, discover this gem of the Laurentians.
- The recommended speed is 22 km/h and 10 km/h near urban areas. Ride in a single line when riding as a group
- Ring your bell when you overtake. RING RING!
- Ride on the right side and overtake on the left.
- Wearing a helmet is highly recommended. You have such a precious mind!
- The trail isn’t patrolled nor lighted between sundown and sunrise. Night time riding is not recommended.
- When the trail is closed from fall to spring it is important not to ride in stone dust to avoid creating permanent grooves.
- Access to communications networks can be difficult in certain remote areas
Not authorized on the trail:
- Pets (guide and service dogs are allowed);
- Motor vehicles;
- Electric scooters;
- Electric assistance bicycles are authorized when fitted with functional pedals (According to highway safety code)
Guide and service dogs are welcome on le P’tit Train du Nord
Winter cycling (fat bike) is increasingly popular. It is permitted in certain sectors either in the south portion for active transportation or in designated sectors. Consult the map and abide by the applicable rules.
Consult the map for designated sectors →
- Permitted in the walking corridor located west of the trail for the Saint-Jérôme to Val-David sector. Never ride in the center of the trail or in the classic ski grooves;
- In the Saint-Faustin to Mont-Tremblant sector, fatbikes are allowed to share the trail with walkers and skate skiers.
Ride a single line
- When the surface is too soft, avoid damaging the trail and consider turning back;
- Pedestrian Priority;
- Yield and be courteous.
- All types of bicycles other than fatbikes are not allowed in winter on the mechanically tracked surfaces;
- Pets are not allowed on the trail, except for guide and assistance dogs.
The P’tit Train du Nord is part of the Route Verte