Quebec Rail Trail

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5 Day(s)
Moderate
125 Miles
avg 31 Miles
Guided

Le Pétit Train Du Nord

This bike trail travels through the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec from Mont Laurier in the north to St. Jerome in the south. It is French. It is spectacularly scenic. It is a biking foodie's dream.This linear park provides a rail trail completed in 1996 on the bed of a train track built between 1891 and 1909. The path is 50% paved and 50% stone dust, smooth enough even for a road bike. The trail winds beside Riviere Rouge in the north and Riviere du Nord in the southern part of the trail. And this is lake country. We ride past Lac Nominingue, Lac Tremblant, and Lac Carre as well as smaller lakes.

This is stunning north country with forests and waterways filling the landscape.We also encounter several villages along the trail. Nominigue, Riviere-Rouge, La Belle, Mont Tremblant, Ste Faustin, Ste Agathe. Val David, Val Morin, and Ste Adele all lie either directly beside or just off the trail. Many of these locations have restored the train stations originally built for the old railway. These now serve as trailhead facilities.On the trail our accommodations are at auberges along the way. These small inns provide not only unique surroundings but also memorable evening meals. When you add that to our picnic lunches beside the trail, at a covered bridge, and at the station in Ste Faustin, you can see why this trip is a foodie favorite.


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Tour Location

Country:
Canada
Region:
Quebec

Tour Information

Guiding:
Guided
Duration:
5 Days
Level:
Moderate
Tour Type:
Greenways & Rail Trails
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
USD 1410

Tour Distance & Dates

Distance:
125 Miles
Riding Days:
4

Additional Information

Accommodation:

Double Occupancy / Twin Share

Single Supplement: Available

Booking Conditions:

Minimum 10 riders, maximum 12

Inclusions

Meals 4 breakfast, 3 lunch, 4 dinner
Support: Sag wagon provided

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