Bike Through Canada With Pure Adventures

This self-guided tour of Quebec will give clients a historic view of the province By: Sean Stroh
A self-guided bike tour takes clients from Montreal to Quebec City. // © 2016 Pure Adventures
A self-guided bike tour takes clients from Montreal to Quebec City. // © 2016 Pure Adventures

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The Details

Pure Adventures’ new self-guided Quebec bike tour is designed for those interested in exploring one of the best-organized networks of bicycle pathways and trails in North America.

Cyclists will begin the weeklong tour by biking along the historic Chemin du Roy road to Quebec City before being transported by vehicle to the town of Alma for the start of the Veloroute des Bleuets route around Lac St. Jean, the third largest lake in Quebec. During the ride around Lac St. Jean, travelers will encounter the village of Val-Jalbert, as well as towns such as Saint Gedeon, Desbiens, Albanel and Saint Felicien.

The price of the self-guided tour begins at $1,040 for a minimum of four people, or $1,252 for a minimum of two. Departures take place through Oct. 15.

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