Self-guided cycling in Quebec - Route des Bleuets
Quebec's Blueberry Cycling Route circles Lac-Saint-Jean on a 250 kms paved route, taking you through small towns, picturesque farmland and forests and by pale wooden houses and shining church spires. Blueberry farms, microbreweries and cheese shops abound and with short cycling days there will be plenty of opportunities to indulge in all the great food and sights this route has to offer.
Activity / Theme
Bicycle, luggage transfers
Hotels and B&B's
Months of Operation
May, June, July, August, September, October
Adventure Coordinators Insider Tip:
August is blueberry season in the Lac St. Jean area but blueberry products can be enjoyed year-round
DAY 1 Start in Alma
DAY 2 Ride to Ste. Monique (50kms)
DAY 3 Cycle to Dolbeau (47kms)
DAY 4 Pedal to Saint-Félicien (60kms or 100kms)
DAY 5 Ride to Chambord (45kms)
DAY 6 Return to Alma, end tour (53kms)
Top marks. Good accommodation & meals, helpful staff, well marked trails. Would have been nice to have other cyclists on the tour to socialize with.
Richard - Toronto, ON
3-star accommodation with breakfast
Hybrid bicycle rental including helmet, 2 panniers, and lock
Basic bicycle repair kit
Daily luggage transfer
Information pack including route notes & maps
Sample tour. Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice. Please inquire.
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