Crisscrossed by canals, the Suroît region is also the realm of cyclists who like to take it easy, as its routes are flat and easy. Impressive views, captivating scenery and cultural richness are the stars of this short getaway. Navigation takes center stage as you follow five channels, the St. Lawrence River and Lake St. Louis. So cast off for a refreshing excursion!
Located to the east of Montreal, Lake St-Pierre is a pleasant route to explore alone, as a couple or with family. This spectacular region, with its natural resources offers a route that is known by few. You will have a lot of pleasure visiting this fabulous region, which has been appointed Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. This trail is full of attractions that will certainly make your family ride unforgettable, in addition to the different points of view of the lake. The ecological park and the Abenakis museum will certainly enrich your ride. The Lake Saint-Pierre ride is 152 km of wondrous discovery, from its flora and flora to the cities and towns that surround it…
Discover this route, which is both spectacular and captivating. It offers splendid viewpoints of the river and you’ll ride past some of the prettiest heritage villages. All along the route you’ll be able to discover and visit history filled places and picturesque villages some dating back three hundred years. Cycling on this road is ideal because it stretches through more than 285 km. Come and live the nautical experience that this route has to offer by taking advantage of the unique seaside resorts and welcoming rest areas.
A journey of pleasure as much for the eyes as for the taste buds. You will discover a region rich in history. Several fortifications were built over time on the banks of the Richelieu. Take a break at the Fort Chambly National Historic Site to savor the cuisine of the people of Nouvelle-France while discovering life at the garrison.
From Montreal to Québec City, along the chemin du Roy, a must-see! Let yourself be transported by its picturesque landscapes, at times city, at times village and countryside. Between Montreal and Sorel-Tracy, you will follow the river along the south shore. From Berthierville, you will travel along the Chemin du Roy, Quebec’s first road built in the 18th century between Quebec City and Montreal. Discover unparalleled landscapes and period architecture, along the majestic St. Lawrence River.
From Montréal to Québec, let yourself be transported by its picturesque landscapes, sometimes city, sometimes village and countryside. The historical richness of this ancestral course is only equaled by its panorama and its remarkable heritage. Starting in Berthierville, you will discover the Chemin du Roy, the first road built in the 18th century, linking Québec City and Montreal via Trois-Rivières, a pioneer town built in 1737. You will admire the unique scenery and architecture Along the majestic St. Lawrence River.
From Lévis to Rimouski, discover the splendor of the innumerable panoramas that the St. Lawrence and its Islands offer you so generously. These are 300 km of pure pleasure for both your eyes and your taste buds. Throughout the journey, you will discover places full of history, towns and villages magnificent and flavors specific to these regions. This summer, take the route of the Navigators, it will charm you.
If we say the following words: bike, beer, picturesque villages, easy ride and fun. Are we starting to interest you ? Starting now, we offer you this tour fron our location. This tour starts from downtown Trois-Rivières and take you the Chemin du Roy until Grondines. Throughout your ride you’ll follow the Saint-Lawrence River. You’ll discover the quaint villages of Champlain, Batiscan, Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade and Grondines. Your day ends at the Mirobrasserie Les Grands Bois in St-Casimir.