Join us in Saint Hippolyte, just outside Montreal, for a fuel-driven ATV excursion that’s far from normal. Make like the wind and explore northern Canada’s untouched natural beauty from atop your very own pulse-racing ATV. Tour by quad the icy-blue glacial lakes the endless forests, and the flowing fields of native wildflowers. Grab adventure by the handlebars and venture out into the wild.

Girl riding quad bike in the mud

About Quad Bike Riding

What Is an ATV?

ATV is short for ‘all-terrain vehicle', also known as a quad bike. An ATV or quad bike is a motorized off-road vehicle with four-wheel drive, a suspension-based seat, and handlebars for steering. They can be further divided into ‘Type I ATVs', which can only be operated by a single person, and ‘Type II ATVs', which are able to carry an additional passenger.

Automatic ATVs are most popular as they allow riders to focus on exploring their surroundings rather than changing gears. Semi-automatic ATVs are perfect for those who want more control and the ability to switch gears in changing situations and  terrains. This allows riders to explore challenging terrain such as lava fields, with a skill simply not open to cars.

ATVs and quad bikes are a thrilling way to travel – offering riders the chance to explore off-the-beaten-track locations that cannot be accessed by traditional vehicles. Being a bouncy, safe way to explore places otherwise inaccessible, ATVs are joy to all those looking to explore the wilderness in life.

Our ATV adventure tours take place amidst stunningly beautiful lakes lying in the shadow of the Laurentian Mountains. Located specifically in the charming town of St. Hippolyte – approximately 45 minutes from Montreal.

The area is as remote as it is beautiful, famed for its snow-capped mountain peaks, lush vegetation, and turquoise-blue lakes. If you are looking to combine the adrenaline-pumping rush of driving an ATV with spectacular natural scenery, then this is the perfect adventure for you!

Thanks to the abundance of trails available in the area, our quad bike tours can be offered to people of all experience levels,

Beginners can choose to explore easier trails under the expert eye of one of our experienced guides – who will keep you safe, ensure that you see all the best spots, and be sure to keep you within your limits. While expert riders can choose to traverse some of the more complicated trails hand-picked by our expert guides to give you the maximum off-road fun.

So whether you are an expert or a first-timer, we’ll make sure that you get the most out of your ATV tour.

Our ATV and quad bike tours outside Montreal operate during the region’s warmer months - between May and October. Expect to see a land in full bloom, with meadows of popping wildflowers, green vegetation, and  crystal clear lakes.

Our quad bike tours take place during the warm season, which lasts from the 18th of May to the 18th of September. Temperatures are pleasant without being overly hot – with an average daily high of 63°F (17°C). The hottest temperatures come in July, with an average daily high of 74°F (23°C) and low of 53°F (12°C).

This is also considered to be the wet season in Saint Hippolyte, with an average 32% chance of rain each day. We recommend that you come prepared for all types of weather, no matter the scheduled start of the tour.

Safety is the primary concern for all of our tours. We will do our utmost to guarantee the well-being of every single participant.

Every tour will take place in the company of a friendly and knowledgeable guide. They will instruct you on to operate the vehicle safely and ensure that your concerns are met. Our guides are ready to help anyone, from the new to the seasoned, to make the most out of their tour. Any necessary safety equipment will be provided.

We are committed to ensuring that all participants on our ATV and quad bike tours do so legally. To operate an ATV, you must be at least 18 years of age and have a valid driver's license.

We will not allow anyone to operate an ATV if they do not meet these minimum requirements. We cannot allow a participant to operate an ATV if they do not bring a valid driving license with them. To avoid any unwanted disappointment, be sure not to forget yours!

We offer a broad spectrum of very different quad bike tours – allowing you to enjoy the exhilaration of driving an ATV in a variety of different ways. You can enjoy tours that range from 1 hour to a total of 8 hours, allowing  you to enjoy the wonders of Canadian nature in all of its spectacular glory on your time. Each tour is based on the cost of a single driver, but feel free to bring another passenger along with you for a small, added supplement

The price for our quad bike tours is based on a single driver.  A small extra supplement is added if you wish to bring a passenger along with you. One meal is provided on the longer tours, ranging from 5-8 hours, but no meals are provided on the shorter tours.

We  provide any safety equipment that is needed. However, you should bring other essentials such as waterproof clothing, gloves, and a possible extra change of clothes. We recommend staying close to the area, although those with cars may choose to  stay in Montreal, which is only 28 miles away (45km).

FAQ - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Still got questions about ATV Quad Biking? Find the answer here!

We provide the gas, trail passes, helmets and any other gear and equipment that you may need.

Yes, you should make sure you have a valid driver's license and remember to bring it with you.  

We recommend you wear something that you won’t mind getting dirty because it’s very likely that it will. You should also wear gloves and sturdy, comfortable footwear.

Accommodation is not included in the tour, but it is available at local inns.

Our quad biking tours are available from May to October.