Course of the Coves, Chaudière-Appalaches
To admire the Vieux-Québec and the port, hop on your bike to enjoy the 15 kilometers of the course Des Anses, located in Lévis. This paved path, accessible to all, was traced on an old railway track along the St. Lawrence River.
Seaway Bicycle Path, Montreal
Urban trail beginning at Sœurs Island, the seaway bicycle path, as its name implies, follows the seaway eastward. You can admire some of the most beautiful views of downtown Montreal. The route passes through Parc Jean-Drapeau and continues to Sainte-Catherine in Montérégie.
Circuit of the Traditions, Centre-du-Québec
To discover the Centre-du-Québec in a different way, These 150 kilometres of bike paths are ideal. Start the course at Wickham, and finish it in downtown Drummondville, criss-crossing the Drummond forest and the Saint-François River. To enjoy shorter distances, choose one of the trail loops.
The Wandering, Laurentides
For the more sporty, The Wanderer connects the Oka national Park and the surrounding municipalities. The trail follows the mountains, giving of course many views of the forests and orchards of the area. There is a trail at the top for mountain bikes.
The Isle-aux-Coudres, Charlevoix
L’isle-aux-Coudres is accessible by ferry and offers some forty kilometres of runways and roads. On site you will find a heritage trail with numerous interpretation panels, pleasant to walk to bike. If you don’t have a bike, you can rent one.
The Riparian, Montérégie
The waterfront runs along the River from Varennes to Sainte-Catherine, offering a number of panoramas including the Sainte-Catherine and Saint-Lambert locks, the Champlain and Jacques-Cartier bridges, downtown Montreal, old Boucherville, and many others. In Sainte-Catherine, there is a beach and a park, perfect to end a day on the road.
Véloroute de la Chaudière, Chaudière-Appalaches
128 kilometres long, the Véloroute de la Chaudière begins near the Chutes-de-la-Chaudière Park in Charny. Cyclists can follow the Chaudière River between Sainte-Marie and Saint-Georges. An excellent way to discover the Beauce otherwise!
In the Magdalen Islands, the terrain is generally flat, but does not venture on the roads of the archipelago who wants! In fact, the wind can sometimes be subdued and make the courses very demanding. On the other hand, cyclists can enjoy the richness and beauty of the madelinot coastline.
The Cycling Network of the Major Forks, Cantons-de-l’est
Located in Sherbrooke, Les Grandes Fourches cycling network is made up of three loops, offering three different routes, which you can choose according to your interests and your physical fitness. Throughout your walk you will discover a rich architectural heritage, including covered bridges and even an abandoned copper mine, open to visitors.
Coastal Corridor, Quebec
A multifunctional trail (cyclists, walkers, runners and in-line skaters), the coastal Corridor runs along the St. Lawrence River from la Chute-Montmorency Park to Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures. The route is a total of 50 kilometers, but it is possible to concentrate on a section for a family outing of a few hours.