The top 5 bike paths in Quebec for future trips
 
Attractions to discover, May 22, 2020 2020-05-22
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Have a look at our top 5 bike paths in Quebec for future trips
Have a look at our top 5 bike paths in Quebec for future trips

Although non-essential travel is still off the table, warm weather and sunny days have left us yearning for outdoor activities! In the meantime, we think there’s nothing wrong with planning ahead and starting to dream about our next vacation. If you’re the type who likes to discover places on two wheels, you’ll love looking into these top bike paths in Quebec!

The Véloroute des Bleuets (translation: the Blueberry Bike Path!)
A legendary trail in the Saguenay–Lac-St-Jean region, the Véloroute des Bleuets is 256 km (159 mi.) long and loops around a lake, connecting many of the region’s municipalities. To find out more, click here.

The parc linéaire le P’tit Train du Nord (translation: the Little Northern Train Linear Park)
This bike path in the Laurentians stretches out over more than 232 km (144 mi.) and follows an old railway. It is Canada’s longest linear park and an internationally renowned cycling destination. To find out more, click here.

The Gatineau Park
Explore the trails of the Capital’s conservation and outdoor recreation park, just 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa-Gatineau. There you’ll also find trails for mountain bikers that are sure to be an exciting challenge! To find out more, click here.

Cycling is a great way to explore!
Cycling is a great way to explore!
Gatineau Park
Gatineau Park

The Artria cyclotourism trail
This circuit in the Eastern Townships is simply enchanting, with monumental outdoor works of art lining the way. An ideal destination for cyclists who want to combine culture and exercise! To find out more, click here.

The Vélopiste Jacques-Cartier/Portneuf trail
Discover country roads accessible from Québec City thanks to this 68-km (42 mi.) path that promises amazing views. To find out more, click here.

When the time comes to finally head out on your bike trip, be sure to check the website of your chosen bike path for details and to find out about health and safety measures in effect.

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