Sablonniere to Johanssen Loop is a 19.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Lac-Supérieur, Quebec, Canada that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and backpacking and is best used from May until November.

Distance: 19.2 miles Elevation Gain: 5,013 feet Route Type: Loop










off trail

7 months ago

Amazing challenging hike done in 1day, 8h30mins / 29.3kms 1364d+ / 1392d- I parked at parking La Sablonierre, it took 2h (7kms) to get to Johansen peak, I then took the Sommets road for a while doing peak Pangman and peak Edge then took the Sasquatch road for 2.1kms then vertigo road until I crossed paths with Johansen road (5kms to the peak) and 7km to get back from Johansen peak to the parking. Really fun hike but pretty muddy. Doable in 1day if you have a high fitness level

10 months ago

Fun route for a trail run! Toits de Laurentides was in pretty good shape, some minor muddy patches that are dying out. Johanssen is quite muddy in spots but manageable.

Mon Oct 08 2018

It was a great challenge for hikers. There are parts that are very steep which take longer than usual. I camped at around the 21km. It is hard, even impossible, to find a spot for a tent after that. It is better to wear boots if you have a full backpack because it is very muddy, steep, and rough road.

Mon Sep 03 2018

this trail has everything from great views to water falls, I did it in two days and was able to camp on the ski hill

Sat Aug 04 2018

A good challenging hike, we did it in two days with full ruck sacks for overnight. the trail is a hybrid of their and back with a loop and your actually doing "Le Toit-des-Laurentides" then a loop of "Johansen". very steep in sections and was quite muddy in parts but very few people on trail. I'd say without packs you could maybe do the full loop in 10hrs