Get your adrenaline pumping! Discover the wild outdoors of North of Quebec riding a Honda Africa Twin! A dream come true!
New for 2019
An exhilarating adventure accompanied by our team of experienced and passionate tour guides! Discover the wilderness expanses of Quebec, home of a million lakes.
Cross through Réserve Faunique Papineau-Labelle and its forest roads. Climb “la Montagne du diable” (Devil’s Mountain). Sleep in a ancient forest-worker village and meet members of the First Nations and Atikamekw autochthonous peoples of Obedjiwan Community in Haute-Mauricie.
Roam shores and beaches of gigantic Lac Taureau and jump on mountain trails in Parc du Mont-Tremblant and its 400 wild lakes.
Good vides and unforgettable memories garanteed!
(The packing list is just an example and not intended to be a complete list for your backcountry riding needs. Feel free to customize this list to work for you.)
- Gloves (2 sets)
- Protective gear (pressure suit, Leatt brace, knee braces)
- Balaclava or neck gaitor
- Water bladder or bottle
- Hydration pack
- Ear plugs
Included in your trip
At B46, we want customers to concentrate on driving and landscapes while we manage all logistics. All our bikes are last generation Africa Twin CFR1000, professionally maintained by our expert mechanic.
Our guides always make sure that you’ll drive on the most appropriate terrain and they will split group when necessary.
Lodging can be hard to find in national parks and preserves. No problem, all hotels are booked by us, first and last night in Mont-Tremblant included.
- Bike: Africa Twin standard or DCT
- Wolfman tank bag-equipped motorcycle
- Professionals guides
- All lodging and accomodations
- Last night at Spa Le Scandinave
- B46 Tshirt
- Support car and spare bikes
- Access and permits for all national parks
From 6500$ CAD
2500 km / 7 days
HOURS PER DAY:
Mont-Tremblant International Airport
Montreal Pierre-Eliott-Trudeau International Airport
Comfortable in inns, cabins and at outfitters.
Réserve faunique Papineau-Labelle
Réserve Amérindienne de la Haute-Mauricie
Parc du Lac-Taureau
Parc du Mont-Tremblant
Distance, routes and lodging may vary upon events out of our control.