The iMotoneige app blows the doors wide open to sled paradise ‒ Québec’s 33,000 km marked trail network, and its breathtaking white-capped landscape. Devised by la Fédération des clubs de motoneigistes du Québec (FCMQ), iMotoneige is continually updated via a close collaboration between tourism industry partners.
From short sled rides and one-day adventures to multi-day excursions, the iMotoneige app is your perfect companion. In one ecosystem, it provides all relevant snowmobile data, with updates in real time. From trip planning to arrival at destination, all along the way iMotoneige rides shotgun with sledders, and sees to their safety.
The app also offers access to Québec’s extensive marked trail network, and its vast wonderland. As well, with iMotoneige sledders can create custom itineraries, with real-time updates about trail data, snow accumulations and weather forecasts as well. It also offers personal geolocation ‒ even off-trail.
Moreover, the app singles out over 600 service points including lodging, foodservices, gas stations and businesses. It also provides details about attractions of interest to snowmobilers, as well as spectacular viewpoints dotting the circuit in any given region.
Available at Google Play and the App Store, read more about the snowmobile experience in Quebec at http://snowmobileinquebec.com/
The Alliance de l’industie touristique du Québec has pledged to make Québec a world-class visitor destination. Mandated by the Minister of Tourism to promote the destination on out-of-province markets, it is the voice of over 10,000 tourism-related businesses forming satellites around 40 regional and sectorial association partnerships. As an active partner in the success of the industry that it spearheads, liaises with and represents, the Alliance provides support and a framework for developing offers and promoting Québec tourism on global platforms, while generating economic spin-offs within the province.
A non-profit organization, the Fédération des clubs de motoneigistes du Québec is a sectorial tourism association with over forty-four years of dedicated service. Devoted to the development and promotion of safe sledding across Québec, it listens to the needs of its 200 member clubs, their respective 90,000 members, and any party interested in snowmobiling ‒ both visitors and newcomers to the sport. Every year, over 4,500 volunteers provide approximately 800,000 hours to maintain the provincial snowmobile trail network.
Alliance de l’industrie touristique du Québec
Kim Martel, responsable des communications
Fédération des clubs de motoneigistes du Québec
514 252-3076/514 268-2649