Bromont, A Winter Cycling Pioneer
Because of the great interest and a growing demand for winter cycling, the Parc des Sommets works hard to maintain more than twenty trails on the Village, Mount Oak and Mountain Networks, to meet the needs of “fat bikers.” Volunteer teams work meticulously to groom the trails in order to offer winter cycling enthusiasts a quality experience.
What an exciting way to enjoy our winter landscapes and to keep your cycling legs in great shape all year round!
The trails designed for these bikes with their oversized tires are shared with other winter sports, so it’s important to always respect the signs posted for everyone’s safety. It’s also very important during the cold season to prepare your route in advance by consulting the trail maps.
The Mount Oak Network offers you 8 km of fatbike trails for intermediate level bikers. We guarantee you’ll have a great time and for sure, plenty of laughs. Mount Bernard, accessible by taking the Mountain Network, will certainly make you want to go higher and further with its magnificent views of Mount Gale Valley and the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park, a well-deserved reward after all your efforts.
The trails are well marked but it’s a good idea to download the free “ONDAGO” locator applications on your smart phone.
Access to the trails is free for Bromont residents (proof of residence required via Bciti). The fee for non-Bromont residents is donated to the organization Les Amis des Sentiers who are the only ones to ensure the sustainability of the trails in Bromont by seeing to their protection, maintenance and development.
The circuits might vary according to snow conditions and trail grooming operations.