15 Epic Quebec Bike Paths You Can Take That Are For Beginners, Enthusiasts, And Experts

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15 Epic Quebec Bike Paths You Can Take That Are For Beginners, Enthusiasts, And Experts

It sure is spectacular to do an expert bike ride in the summer, but what you didn't know is that it is just as fantastic to hike some easy rides with magical views! If you are a beginner then easy rides are great for you and don't worry, they are just as beautiful! Enthusiasts are usually more on the intermediate side of things while experts go all out and bike for hours! 

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Now, you may be wondering where you fit into this and if there are even that many bike paths in Quebec. The truth is that everyone can complete at least one category of these bikes paths! Plus, there are dozens of biking trails right here in Quebec that offer not only a great time, but majestic views!

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Epic Quebec Bike Paths For Beginners:

1. La Villageoise-de-Mont-Tremblant

Related imageVia Laurentides

Length: 15 km

Region: Laurentides


2. Au Fil des Rivières

Related imageVia Quebec Original

Length: 45 km

Region: Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean


3. Réseau cyclable de la ville de Rimouski

Image result for bike path ville de RimouskiVia Quebec Original

Length: 60 km

Region: Bas-Saint-Laurent


4. Aerobic Corridor Park

Related imageVia Cycle 905

Length: 58 km

Region: Laurentides


5. Le Sentier du Paysan

Via Pinterest

Length: 26 km

Region: Montérégie


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Epic Quebec Bike Paths For Enthusiasts:

1. Parc linéaire Petit Témis

Length: 134 Km

Region: Témiscouata


2. Mauricycle

Image result for mauricycle tuqueVia Quebec Original

Length: 80 km of mountain-biking trails (including 15 km / 9 mi. of singletracks) 30 km for cycling

Region: Mauricie


3. Véloroute des Draveurs

Image result for Véloroute des DraveursVia pistes cyclables

Length: 70 Km

Region: Outaouais


4. PPJ Cyclopark

Via Quebec Original

Length: 91,7 km

Region: Outaouais


5. Cycloroute de Bellechasse

Length: 74 km

Region: Quebec Centrale


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Epic Quebec Bike Paths For Experts:

1. Le P’tit Train du Nord

Length: 200 Km

Region: Laurentides


2. Véloroute des Bleuets

Length: 256 Km

Region: Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean


3. Véloroute des Baleines

Via Quebec Original

Length: 230 km

Region: Manicouagan


4. Bas-Saint-Laurent Bike Tour

Via Tourisme Bas-Saint-Laurent

Length: Six nights; six days

Region: Various


5. Route Verte

via @doepicthings

Length: 5,000 km

Region: Quebec


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