The CEF members must always remain on the trails designated for horses and identified with the Club's signs.  Lorsqu’ils s’écartent des sentiers désignés, les cavaliers mettent en péril les droits de passage acquis au fil des années. En effet, le CEF a signé des droits de passage avec plus de 60 propriétaires de terrains. Nous bénéficions ainsi du privilège de l’utilisation de ces sentiers en terrains privés.

All our trails are clearly identified. 

It is forbidden to:

    • Enter with, park or drive a car in the Pinière;
    • Ride outside of official designated trails;
    • Ride a bike;
    • Smoke in La Pinière;
    • Carry or drink alcoholic beverages;
    • Litter;
    • Light a fire;
    • Damage or destroy municipal property;
    • Walk a dog off-leash on the trails (municipal bylaw 600).

Riders using the trails must be members in good standing with the CEF. They must always wear their tag attached to the saddle, preferably on the left side. The tag must be visible so that the Club's volunteer patrollers can see it easily. 

If you find a lost horse, please contact the Sûreté du Québec at 310-4141 or * 4141, or the Club Équestre Les Forestiers, indicating the tag number found on the saddle.

En cas d’urgence médicale, composez le 911.

If you have any problems on the trails, please contact us as soon as possible at (514) 645-1555 or by email at