The St. Lawrence by Bike | Kingston – Montreal

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Distance: 330 kilometers
Follow the Waterfront Trail fron Toronto to Kingston

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Auberge Chesley’s Inn
web page under construction
40 First Street West
K6J 1B9
(613) 936-1111
Auberge Le Pomerol
Enjoy Montreal in a cozy inn conveniently located. Auberge Le Pomerol is a quaint and comfortable hotel. Its ultra design decor is a staple of elegance and comfort. It is located directly across the street from Berri-UQAM metro station, the Latin Quarter, Quartier des spectacles and the Old Port. L’Auberge Le Pomerol distinguishes itself by offering personalized service and remarkable quality rooms.

Whether you’re looking for a room with style or a romantic one, this quaint 3-star hotel with its bed & breakfast style will charm you. Guests will appreciate the elevator as well as the many amenities included.

  • From dawn, you will have the choice to enjoy your breakfast in the privacy of your room or in our breakfast room. It takes place in a nice little basket that is placed on the hook outside your room around 6:30.

    Full of good ingredients are found: croissant or rolls, muffins or fresh buns of the night from the renowned Ahroma bakery, yogurt, cheese, fruit, jam and butter, and orange juice. A coffee station is already in each room.

  • Free WIFI, easy to connect and reliable

  • Air conditioning with remote control

  • Flat screen TV with HDMI port

Many rooms have a living area, a workspace, a whirlpool bath and a mini-refrigerator.

Nearby, La Route verte, a vast bikeway that touches all the regions of Quebec awaits you. It is a cycling dream come true. It’s over 4000km of bike paths, road shoulders and designated roadways.

The Inn has a shed where you can safely store your bike during your stay. Just in case you need to make a quick repair on your bike, we have at your disposal an air pump and a set of tools. Hop on your bike and, in less than 2 minutes, you will find yourself on « la Route Verte! »

A 15-minute landing stage is located on the side of the Auberge on St-Christophe Street, corner Maisonneuve.

3 well-lit indoor parking, secured by cameras and especially 2 steps from the Inn are offered, all their rates include taxes:

  • Parking Place Dupuis: facing the hostel, for $ 22 per 24h. The privilege at no charge is not available.

  • Parking lot of the Grande Bibliothèque de Montreal: on de Maisonneuve Boulevard, two blocks from the hostel to the west, for $ 15 per 24-hour week and $ 10 per 24-hour week-end. The all-you-can-go privilege is included at no additional cost.

  • Parking at the Montreal Coach Station: entrance on Saint-Hubert Street (behind the station) to a block of the inn to the west, for $ 12 per 24h the week and $ 9 per 24h the weekend . Credit card required to enter and exit. The privilege at will is not available.

819 boul. de Maisonneuve Est
H2L 1Y7
514 526-5511
En Passant B&B
web page under construction
425 Anthony St.
K6H 5K7
Hotel Particulier Griffintown Montreal
A unique experience! Castle life in the heart of the city. The Griffintown Mansion is an elegant urban bed and breakfast. Located in Montreal, in the vibrant Griffintown neighborhood. Ideally located 5 minutes from downtown Montreal on the edge of the Lachine Canal, motorway exits, bridges, and public transport.

The rooms overlook a large garden with trees and flowers with lights at night. The hotel has a large stone terrace with a barbecue to gather in a friendly atmosphere.

The HPG is a very spacious heritage building of approximately 4500 square feet renovated in 2016 and splendidly decorated by Romy and Michael, the Parisian owners.

5 elegant and spacious apartments are available. Also flexible, the hotel adapts to your requests. We can accommodate up to 16 people simultaneously with all the comforts.

We also offer private parking for several vehicles.

The breakfast prepared by the team at Griffintown's famous and delicious "The Beast of Bread" can be taken on-site or at the bakery just around the corner.

Michael, Romy and the team will be at your fingertips at HPG to make you feel at home in a unique setting.

The HPG Art Gallery:
We put you in touch with artist-in-residence Dani Haussmann for a workshop visit and more if affinity. Our mission is to show and support Montreal artists.


1200 rue Ottawa
H3C 3S2
Hotel Plaza Valleyfield
Logo du programme Bienvenue cyclistesEnjoy a relaxing vacation in an urban setting at Hôtel Plaza Valleyfield. It offers a fine service, the excellence of a great hotel, modern facilities and a renowned restaurant.

Thanks to its excellent location, you will fully appreciate the attractions of this refreshing touristic destination. Its warm comfort and the unique charm of its historic walls (it is a textile factory of the last century converted into a hotel) will please you without any doubt.

Bike tours
Suroît cycling network (in french only)
40, avenue du Centenaire
J6S 3L6
450 373-1990
Ramada by Wyndham Cornwall
Welcome to Cornwall's premier full-service hotel, where you’ll find luxurious rooms and upscale amenities, including a spacious indoor pool and hot tub.

Eight Zero Zero Resto Lounge

Featuring classic favorites from steak to seafood, enjoy fine dining at our onsite Eight Zero Zero Resto Lounge for lunch or dinner. Our intimate atmosphere and approachable service is perfect for an intimate gathering or a rowdy bunch.

BrookValley Cafe

Start your morning with a delicious complimentary breakfast served fresh daily, 6:30am-9:30am. Choose from a variety of breakfast favourites including two delectable hot items and an assortment of fruit, pastries, toast, refreshments and more. À la carte breakfast items are also available for purchase including omelets, French toast and more.


805 Brookdale Avenue
K6J 4P3
(613) 933-8000 / Toll Free : 1-888-900-5762

Delissimo – William J. Walter Valleyfield
Warm atmosphere in the shop to discover a selection of smoothies, coffees and iced teas, coffees: Espresso, coffee with milk, cappuccino; delicatessen (exclusive products of the soil); fresh pasta, hand-stuffed olives, sausages GLUTEN FREE (more than 70 varieties) Quebec microbreweries (over 300 varieties) and products from L'Hermine - sugar shack.

Since its opening in 2012, the shop proposes and creates the novelty, so that each of your visits turns into a memorable adventure. Passionate, curious and endowed with an unparalleled courtesy, Claire and Linda St-Jean, owners, welcome you to share their knowledge, but above all to reveal surprising and sought after products.


One of the star products at "Délissimo - William J. Walter, Valleyfield" is definitely THE SAUSAGE! Gluten-free and preservative-free, offered in more than 70 fresh or smoked varieties, with or without cheese, with or without pork, the choice is vast!

To the game (bison, deer, duck, deer), sweet or intense spices, sweet or spicy, in short everything to allow you discovery evenings (accompanied by good beers!)

Beer from Quebec

A favorite place for connoisseurs and hops connoisseurs alike, the store features more than 300 carefully selected breweries of Quebec microbreweries, several varieties of which are available every Saturday in tastings. For an optimal met-beer, visit the sausage counter!

World Coffee, organic, fair and certified ecocert Canada

The gourmet counter Délissimo - William J. Walter, Valleyfield is renewed and offers you an original range of coffee beans thanks to the "boutique of Micro-Torrefaction Lenoir & Lacroix, family business". In the form of organic, fair trade and certified Ecocert Canada, you will find different selections of coffees offered in bulk and tasting on site.

Culinary Discovery and Gift Ideas - Delicatessen

Fresh pasta, homemade sauces and fresh pesto produced by DIABOLISSIMO, local products close to home (L'Hermine, Duck et Cie, Chocolate sweets). Organic meat from Charlevoix, 1001 fondues, Maison du BootLegger, Les Anges Gourmets with these Portuguese tarts. Fine import products such as olive oils, spices, French sweets and more!

Thanks to different local producers and distributors. the Délissimo gourmet counter also offers a wide choice of mustards, BBQ sauces and homemade sauces without preservatives, pestos, apple ciders, fine chocolates, olive oils and maple products .
121 Saint-Antoine
G9A 2J3
450 747-4475
Première Moisson
Authentic products, quality and original! Première Moisson creates manufactures and markets bakery products. pastries, cold cuts, ready-to-eat and to complete gourmet specialties.
Through the municipality of Vaudreuil-Dorion, we recommend that you make a stop at this branch. You can eat on the spot. A large dining room and an outdoor terrace is at your disposal.

Quality products such as ...

    • Baked goods

    • Pastries

    • Viennoiseries

    • Charcuteries (deli means

    • Ready-To-Eat Dishes

Click here to discover their products

189 Boulevard Harwood
J7V 1Y3
450 455-2827

Canal de Soulanges
While rolling on the cycle path that follows it, you will see the locks that enabled the ships to go from downriver to upriver. Or vice-versa. Don't miss the "Petit pouvoir", a former hydroelectric plant built in bricks and located between the canal and the St. Lawrence River.

At the east end of the canal, you will be close to the Théâtre des Cascades (in french only). It is located in what is, according to many, the more beautiful summer theatre site in province of Québec. At the other end, take advantage of your presence to visit the Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site. There, you will be able to see, among others, some remnants of a fort.

Built between 1892 and 1899, this canal links Les Coteau to Pointe-des-Cascades. Until 1959, it allowed ships to overcome the Saint-Lawrence River rapids. It becames obsolete due to the opening of the St. Lawrence seaway. Boats do not navigate on it anymore, but cyclists enjoy its flat banks!
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Lieu historique national de Coteau-du-Lac
Located nearby canal de Soulange, this historic site features Canada’s first lock canal and the remains of a fort. You can also see a blockhouse, military building erected in 1813, as the fort, to protect Canada (then a British colony) from possible US attacks. The channel, abandoned since the inauguration of the first Beauharnois Canal, can now be visited, both feet dry!

Construction of the Coteau-du-Lac canal began in the summer of 1779. Built by soldiers using rudimentary tools and techniques, this channel (100 m long and 2.5 m wide) was completed in 1781. It includes 3 locks, each 12 m long, 1.8 m wide and a draught of about 80 cm. It allows to bypass a drop of about 2 m between downstream and upstream of the rapid.
308 chemin du Fleuve
J0P 1B0
450 763-5631
Lieu historique national du Canal-de-Lachine
To ride along the Lachine Channel is to rub Montreal, a vibrant metropolis with a diverse cultural life. Linking its Old Port to Lake Saint-Louis, the venerable channel (it has over 150 years!) is fun to explore by bike. Besides, in 2009, the canal's bike path was ranked third of the most beautiful urban circuits in the world by Time magazine.

Along it, you can, among others, do a picnic and rent a canoe, a kayak or, even, an electric boat. Nearby, you will also find the Atwater market, a place to discover for any food lover!

Built to bypass the impressive Lachine rapids, this canal immerses visitors in the past. It is, indeed, the craddle of canadian industrilization. The presence of this watereway combined to the hydraulic power contributed, in 19th century, to the establishment of several industries on its banks: mills and grain elevators, nail factories, edge-tool, sawmills and wood workshops.

Truly, a trip to Montreal would not be complete without a visit to this channel!
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Lieu historique national du Canal-de-Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
Between Lake St. Louis and Vaudreuil Bay, the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal is used for yachting. Take some time to stroll along the boardwalk that borders the waterway. You can also explore the historical sites or attend the operation of the lock maneuvers. Otherwise, picnic in this green area is a great way to regain strength before going back on your bike!

Inaugurated in 1843 for commercial navigation, this channel was heavily used during the second half of the 19th century. At the time, many steam boats, loaded with passengers, went through it daily. Following the opening of the Seaway St. Lawrence, in 1959, he was gradually abandoned. Since 1963, only the pleasure crafts can access it.
170 rue Sainte-Anne
H9X 1N1
514 457-5546
Vieux canal de Beauharnois
You can see the western end of this former canal while riding in the Delpha-Sauvé park, in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. In front of this park, on the south shore of the canal: the Marina and the sail club. In summer, a resort atmosphere prevails. Pleasure crafts are now the only occupants of this former trade route.

The canal construction began in 1842. It needed a lot of energy, from the workers workers who dug, with little machinery, that 880 meters long and 40-50 meters wide trench. A bit as a side effect, those major works gave birth to the city of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. After these, on April 23 of 1845, the canal was opened to shipping.

If you want to learn more about this former waterway, we invite you to visit the Société du Vieux Canal de Beauharnois (in french only), located at 410 Victoria, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield.

Aerial view of the canal (Video)
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The biggest bike shop of the region. Retailer of bicycles from Trek, Cannondale, Kuota and more. A wide selection of helmets, wheels, shoes, sunglasses, and other accessories are also available in large numbers. Choose from Oakley, Bontrager, Sidi, Zipp, Cannondale and others great brands.

Children's bikes and child trailers are offered, as a large section of clothes that can dress cyclists for each season.

Do you want choice? Here, you get it!
61, rue Alexandre
J6S 3J6
450 377-4769

Just 30 km from the west of the island of Montreal, the City of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield is in the heart of an exceptional cycling network, 90% paved, on flat terrain and sprinkled with riverside halts. Indeed, the city was built around the St. Francis Bay, located at the junction of the St. Lawrence River, the St. Charles River and the old Beauharnois Canal. Its historic downtown, vibrant and lively, offers a host of events throughout the summer, unique shops and more than a dozen restaurants terraces. Moreover, the Hotel Plaza Valleyfield, a Welcome Cyclist member, offers storage space for bicycles. We invite you to get info about the package "Discover the Suroît waterways 2018".

Rural - urban duality, this is what characterizes our region! The Suroît cycle network, totaling nearly 140 km, is rich of its diverses paths and has multiple links between each of them (Parc régional de Beauharnois-Salaberry, Soulanges bike path, Peasant's trail, Haut-Saint-Laurent multifunctional trail). Among those links, the Maritime shuttle for cyclists and the navette Les Cèdres are to discover.

Also to discover during your stay in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield :

  • MUSO – Société des Deux-Rives Museum

  • Delpha-Sauvé Park's outdoor aquatic complex (heated pool with swimming lanes, slides, water games)

  • Outdoor shows on a floating stage at the old canal's terrace

  • Indoor show - Fabien Cloutier in a one-man-show formula

  • Sailing tours and "croisières endimanchées"

  • Îles-de-Saint-Timothée regional park's beach

  • Urban animations and many summer events

Cycling Tours

Beauharnois-Salaberry MRC (in french only)
Soulanges Bike Path

For more information, visit
61, rue Sainte-Cécile
J6T 1L8
450 370-4300