Access the trails

of the Tournée des cantons de Rawdon (TDCR)

Whether it be for an activity lasting a few hours or for a longer stay, users can enter the TDCR trail network from various access points, most of them with parking, depending on the season and the planned sport or activity.

Display the map as a PDF

View the map on a mobile device (Avenza)

To display maps of the trails, users must first download the the Avenza application on their mobile device. Once the application is running, go to the Avenza store (PDF maps store) and search for TDCR.

Trail access points

Depending on the activity/sport and the season

Trail conditions

For information on the conditions of TDCR trails, visit our Facebook page.

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No pets allowed

To help ensure the network trails remain in good condition, to promote the safety of all users, and out of respect for the owners who graciously allow such use of their land, no dogs or other pets are allowed in the TDCR trail network. Thank you for your understanding.

Code of Ethics

for TDCR members and users

This code of ethics applies to the wide variety of persons considered as “users”, among them cross-country skiers, snowshoers, cyclists and hikers of all sorts. Compliance with this code of ethics is critical, as it ensures that users practice self-respect while also showing respect for others and for the environment.

Users should practice self-respect by:
  • Focusing on safety and independence;
  • Planning activities ahead of time (including length and difficulty level), based on their physical abilities and endurance;
  • Obtaining information on weather conditions, potential hazards (hunting, wildlife) and rules or limitations specific to the area;
  • Making sure to bring along a first aid kit, a map of the trail network, as well as foodstuffs/supplies (water and snacks) and any necessary equipment or items (change of clothing, cellular phone);
  • Notifying loved ones or family members of their itinerary and approximate return time (or planned duration of the activity).
Users should show respect for others by:
  • Focusing on consideration, sharing and help and support;
  • Giving due consideration to other people’s and to the local wildlife’s right to peace and privacy;
  • Helping those who may find it difficult to cross obstacles or make their way through more challenging sections of the trail network;
  • Never leaving someone who is alone behind;
  • Helping the wounded and ensuring they are cared for, even if it means making a change to your planned itinerary;
  • Sharing water, food or other important items (such as wax, for skiers) with others who have no more supplies.
Users can show respect for the environment by:
  • Focusing on three key elements, namely protection, responsibility and sustainability;
  • Acknowledging that they are making use of private land and agreeing to respect the privacy of the landowners and sanctity of the site;
  • Staying on the marked trails, for safety and protection, but also to abide by the agreement between TDCR and landowners;
  • Abstaining from feeding animals they encounter (rodents, birds, etc.);
  • Picking up all of their trash;
  • Reporting any problems or damage to the trail network to the persons in charge (e.g., fallen trees, broken or dangerous bridge, lack of or erroneous signalization, etc.).

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