From Montréal to Québec, let yourself be transported by the picturesque landscapes, at times by a city, at times by a village and by the countryside. The historical richness of this ancestral road 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.
trip length; 5 days / 4 nights
Distance: 300 km
Level of difficulty: 3
Price: starting from $ 595
Montreal, St-Lambert, Longueuil, Boucherville, Varennes and Verchères.
Verchères, Contrecoeur, Sorel-Tracy, St-Ignace-de-Loyola, Berthierville, St-Cuthbert, Saint-Barthélemy, Maskinongé and Louiseville.
Louiseville, Yamachiche and Trois-Rivières.
Champlain, Ste-Anne-de-la-Pérade and Deschambault-Grondines.
Deschambault, Portneuf, Cap santé, Donnacona, Neuville et Québec.
This self-guided tour is on a road and it’s for cyclists who are autonomous. This formula is without a guide. You will receive all the necessary information including the itinerary on Day 1 of your trip for a smooth and pleasant bike trip.
Bike, the lunch, the dinner and night in Montreal and Quebec City
You can book your own accommodations by contacting them directly and mentioning: St. Lawrence by Bike. For assistance, call at 418.571.1011 or email@example.com
*Rates may vary according to the day of the week and the season. Displayed rates are for weekdays during high season. They are also subject to change depending on the occupation and events.