Tour Overview In the summer of 2017 my wife Deb and I toured 340 miles of Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula with our friend Michael and his wife Ruth, who drove and carried our gear. Over the course of 6 days of riding we had almost 10,000 ft. of elevation gain. We rode from west to East … Continue reading Cycling tour of Quebec’s Gaspé Peninsula
The Western New England Greenway is part of U.S. BICYCLE ROUTE 7 that connects New York to Montreal. The corridor largely follows near U.S. ROUTE 7 through the very western portions of CT, MA AND VT. It links with the EAST COAST GREENWAY at the Merritt Parkway near Norwalk, CT. at the Southern terminus, and with QUEBEC’S ROUTE VERTE at … Continue reading Western New England Greenway
20,581 km of trail, 13 provinces & territories The longest recreational trail in the world, The Great Trail offers a wide range of activities through a variety of landscapes, urban, rural and wilderness, along greenways, waterways and roadways. The network of the Trans Canada Trail is made up of more than 400 community trails.
Gran Fondo Mont-Tremblant is held in the region of Mont-Tremblant, which has become a major destination for recreational cycling. GRANFONDO MONT-TREMBLANT at RideWithGPS View Cue Sheet from Browser Print Map from Browser GPX file TCX Course
This easy cycling trip is designed for 30-50 km rides, enjoying Quebec's dedicated bike paths in the area from Montreal to Ottawa. Day 1, Montreal: Two large inns in Montreal participate in the "Bienvenue cyclists" network: Hotel Pomerol 819 boul. de Maisonneuve Est, (800)361-6896 ; and Hotel St-Dennis 1254, RUE ST-DENIS, (800) 291-5927 Day 2, … Continue reading Cycling Montreal to Ottawa
A cycling tour of the world-famous Cabot Trail on Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island "I have traveled around the globe. I have seen the Canadian and American Rockies, the Andes, the Alps and the Highlands of Scotland, but for simple beauty Cape Breton outrivals them all " --Alexander Graham Bell World renowned for its beauty, the … Continue reading Cycling the Cabot Trail
This week-long tour is built around Le P'Tit Train du Nord, a 200 km (120 mile) bicycle path that originates just north of Montreal and continues to Mont Laurier in the Laurentian Mountains (referred to as the Laurentides in French). The loop continues south from there to Ottawa, and then along the Ottawa River before … Continue reading Cycling Montreal, Laurentides, Gatineau, Ottawa and Ottawa River