A collection of frequently asked questions from Quebec Mega Trail participants.The information displayed refers to the 2022 edition and is updated periodically.


Yes, but the runner wearing headphones must be able to hear the runners behind him in order to let them pass if requested.

Support teams must obtain an accreditation at the registration desk. This accreditation will allow you to enter the Mont-Ste-Anne site free of charge and to present yourself at the permitted feed stations. The captains of the refreshment stands can ask for the disqualification of a runner who has a non-accredited team.

Yes. It depends on the event. Here they are: QMT1 (2 years), QMT6 (12 years), QMT10 (14 years), QMT15 (16 years), QMT-25-50-80-110-100miles (18 years).

There is no mandatory equipment inspection before you pick up your bib. However, you are obliged to have the mandatory equipment with you at all times. Race marshals will randomly check the equipment at different points along the course. Penalties will be applied in case of missing equipment.

Poles are allowed on our courses except in the Mestachibo section. If you decide to start the race with your poles, you cannot leave them in a drop bag (prohibited).



100 miles and 110k. They must register when picking up the participant's bib with a $10 fee.

No. Here are the refreshment stations available to support teams: Massif, Halte de l'arche, St-Tite, MSA, Summit and Fondeur.

By purchasing a gondola ticket at the MSA customer service. The schedule is from 10am to 3:30pm

Consult the schedule of the event. Please note that the schedule is subject to change. Make sure to check regularly!

The bags are provided by the organization. It is mandatory to use the organization's bags for reasons of fairness and handling. All the information on the size of the bags and where to put them can be found in the athlete's guide.

Unfortunately we do not share this data because our routes pass through private land and we want to preserve our rights of way. Thank you for your time.

Our plans are proposed by our partners Tout.Trail and Le Coaching du Coureur. The plans are added on all the event pages in the spring, as soon as they are ready.

Please contact us by email at info@ultratrailcanada.com. We will do the necessary checks!



No. You can make a request by email to Info@ultratrailcanada.com

Following Government requirements, the vaccination passport is no longer required for sport events.

No. We do not have a waiting list. However, it is possible to buy a bib until May 31st (maximum date for transfers). We suggest that people post on our FB event or on our wall to publish their offer or search for a bib: https://www.facebook.com/events/309067671090484

To transfer your bib to another person, you must do so from your Run Reg registration confirmation email. A $10 fee will apply. Please note that transfers are permitted until May 31, 2022.

You can pick up the number of another participant by presenting an ID.

We give 15% to clubs that request it by email, once the opening rates are exhausted.



Assignments still available are posted via our official form which can be found HERE. Once completed we will contact you by email to confirm your assignment and give you the details.

These vary depending on the number of hours you volunteer. All of our volunteers receive discounts on groceries, free meals, lodging, promo items and much more! To see the complete list of benefits, click HERE

Yes, we offer camping, shelter or hostel accommodation to volunteers who need it.



Consult the schedule of the event. Please note that the schedule is subject to change. Check it regularly!

You will need to be self-sufficient for your transportation. Shuttles will take you to the starting site of your race. There is no shuttle back to the start site after the race.

No, we do not have a locker system. You can use drop bags for the 100 mile, 110k, 80k and 50k distances. Drop bags will be returned to the convention center after your race.

Here are our accommodation partners: Hôtel le Delta, Chalets Montmorency, Camping Mont-Ste-Anne, Auberge et campagne.

You are not allowed to sleep in your car or RV in the Mont-Sainte-Anne parking lot. You must reserve a campsite at this location: https://mont-sainte-anne.com/camping-mont-sainte-anne/

You can leave your car in the main parking lot of Mont-Ste-Anne during your race. Please note that you are not allowed to leave your car at the departure sites: Baie-St-Paul, Petite-Rivière and St-Julien

We have toilets at the finish site (Mont-Ste-Anne), at the start sites (Baie-St-Paul, Petite-Rivière and St-Julien). Please note that we only have toilets at these feeder sites: St-Tite-des-Caps, Sommet, Fondeur.

We have several partners exhibiting on site (foodtruck, beverages, beer, stores...). See the schedule page on our website for a detailed list.