QUEBEC CITY BIKE TOURS
The pleasure of discovering a great city ... on bike !
Join us for one of our guided bike tours of the Greater Quebec area ! Ride safely with certified guides who will show you Quebec city as you have never seen it before. Some rides will take you in the outskirts of the city in minutes with new surroundings; others will introduce you to historic sites and neighbourhoods; biking is a spontaneous way of meeting the locals in their everyday living. So why not come with us and really experience the Capital region by bike?
We offer a choice of bike tours that are suitable for all riders.
QUEBEC LOWER TOWN HOSTORICAL TOUR
This city tour will unveil a well-preserved 17th and 18th century architecture. Explore the narrow and secret streets of the Lower Town. Continue along the waterfront next to the majestic Saint Lawrence River offering unforgettable panoramas. Discover the Cap-Blanc district nestled at the bottom of the cliff where one of the many staircases was built to reach the Upper Town.
|Distance||14km / 8mi|
|Price|| Adult: 57$ taxes included
Child: 47$ taxes included
Student (13-17 yrs old): 67$ taxes included
|Including:||qualified guide, bike, helmet & water bottle|
A TOUCH OF QUEBEC CITY UPPER TOWN TOUR
Ride in the heart of the charming and prestigious Old Québec. This city tour will take you to historic and cultural sights of the Upper Town where you will visit same of the major attractions such as the Basilica, the Seminairy and Parliament Hill; discover the only remaining fortified city walls in America north of Mexico. The tour will lead you through the impressive Plains of Abraham's rich cultural heritage and enchanting park. Ride in one of the most animated and artistic streets in Québec City with a true sense of personality and explore the local Québécois lifestyle of the Upper Town neighbourhoods. Finish your ride on bike path along the riverside of the majestic Saint Lawrence River toward the Lower Town.
|Distance||18km / 10mi|
|Level||easy / moderate|
|Price|| Adult: 75$ taxes included
Student (13-17yrs old) : 65$ taxes included
|Including||qualified guide, bike, helmet, sweet snacks & water bottle|
THE MONTMORENCY FALLS TOUR
Along the way to the falls, you will first cross the St. Charles River to reach the Domaine Maizeret, a historic site and landscaped garden located on one of New-France's first concessions. The Montmorency Falls is well known for its impressive 83 metres (275 feet) high waterfall. Board on the cable car to the top, the boardwalk will bring you directly to the suspended bridge over the falls. You will enjoy a magnificent view of the Ile d’Orléans and the Saint Lawrence River.
|Distance||25km / 16mi|
|Price|| Adult: 77$ taxes included
Child: 67$ taxes included
Student (13-17yrs old) : 67$ taxes included
|Including||qualified guide, bike, helmet, cable-car, sweet snack & water bottle.|
THE SCENIC SOUTH SHORE TOUR
Take the ferry (15 min. crossing) on the majestic St. Lawrence River with a breathtaking view of Old Québec City. In 1854, the railroad appeared on the south shore, making the city of Lévis a major transportation centre for commerce. Ride along one of the most scenic bike path in Quebec, explore the Chemin du Fleuve (shoreline) with highlights from the beginning of the colony until today.
|Distance||21km / 13mi|
|Price|| Adult: 85$ taxes included
Child: 70$ taxes included
|Including||Including: qualified guide, bike, helmet, ferry, sweet snack & water bottle|
THE HURON-WENDAKE VILLAGE TOUR
The bike path called ¨Le Corridor des Cheminot¨is built on an old railroad bed that leads to the Huron-Wendat Village. The trail crosses many boroughs on the Westside of Quebec City. Wendake village is well known for their works of art and rich heritage. Visit a beautiful natural fall and canyon in the Kabir-Kouba Parc.
|Distance||35km / 21mi|
|Level||easy to moderate|
|Price|| Adult: 95$ taxes included
Student (13 - 17 yrs old): 80$ taxes included
|Including||qualified guide, bike, helmet, sweet snack & water bottle|
THE RIVIÈRE SAINT-CHARLES /THE TWILIGHT RIDE
Enjoy the ride along the river banks in a natural surrounding. Discover historical site such as a hospital built during the French regime owned by the Récollets and later by the Augustine’s nuns. Visit the Cartier-Brébeuf Park commemorating the meeting of Iroquoian and European cultures. This tour reveals a unique blend of past and present.
|Distance||10km / 6mi|
|Departure||6 :00pm / 4h00pm (sept-oct)|
|Price|| Adult: 55$ taxes included
Child: 45$ taxes included
Student (13-17 yrs old): 45$ taxes included
|Including||qualified guide, bike, helmet & water bottle|