ATV trails are now open
Article published on 26 May 2020
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The Pontiac Club Quad trails are open for the summer season and ATV enthusiasts can therefore circulate on the trails provided across the region.

However, the relays will remain closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Fédération des Club Québécoise des Clubs Quads announced the reopening of the trails this Sunday, May 24th, after having been in communication with the various levels of government in the past weeks in order to prepare the launch of the season.

“For the reopening to be a success while respecting the new social distancing measures for the coming months, it will be essential to show patience and solidarity to give the clubs time to organize the necessary trail upgrades everyone’s safety”, said the Federation in a press release.

To ensure a safe reopening, the Clubs will carry out checks on the trails to verify their condition. Caution is advised and it is suggested to follow the instructions given by the Pontiac Club Quad for this purpose.

In order to support Clubs and users in compliance with the directives imposed, a complete guide with a link for posters and a provincial map will be sent to clubs by the Fédération québécoise des Clubs Quad.

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