What is a private bike tour?

Having your very own private certified tour guide

& Choosing to live a personalized and exclusive experience in Quebec City.

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Inspire yourself by checking out the private tours we have prepared for you below!


IDEAS FOR INSPIRATION

1. Transform a daily bike tour into a private tour!

MONTMORENCY FALLS

BOTH OPTIONS :

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Distance: 25 km / 16 mi
  • Level: EASY
  • Include: Qualified guide, urban bike, handle bag, helmet, cable car & water bottle
  • Optional: Electric bike, picnic basket, hearty meal on the Terrace (Manoir), snacks and/or coffee/tea pastry

Option B: Zip line experience

  • Additional inclusions: pre-reserved tickets for the zip line

OPTION A

The Montmorency Falls is a must to visit!

Enjoy the gentle ride from the Old Port of Quebec toward the outskirt of the city; you will first cross the Saint-Charles River to reach the Domaine Maizerets, a historic site and landscaped garden located on one of New-France’s first concessions.

Arrived at the falls, you will board on the cable car to the top of the cliff and take a splendid stroll on the boardwalk to the suspended bridge right over the falls.

Beautiful spots to take photos of the mighty falls, well known for its impressive 83 metres (275 feet) high waterfall.

Enjoy the magnificent view of majestic St. Lawrence River with the Orleans Island as a drawback.

OPTION B + the Zip line Experience

Combine the Montmorency Falls with the Zip line experience. You will receive instructions and guidelines before propelling yourself over 300 meters in length; fast, flat out fun giving you a fantastic view of the falls. Add a rush of adrenaline to your tour.

LOWER TOWN & Market

LOWER TOWN NEIGHBOURHOODS & MARKET TOUR

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Distance: 15 km / 9 mi
  • Level: EASY
  • Includes: Qualified guide, urban bike, handle bag, helmet & water bottle
  • Optional: Electric bike, sample tasting, brewery, picnic basket, snack, coffee/tea or maple taffy

During this tour you will visit the Lower Town neighbourhoods each with its own style, vibe and scene.

We will begin our journey by visiting the first French settlement in Petit Champlain District with a stop in the Royal Square.

Ride along the waterfront in the Old Port of Quebec offering unforgettable panoramic views.

Follow the beautiful bike path of the lush green St Charles River to a more diverse artistic neighbourhood of Limoilou with its unique colourful spiral staircases and hearing fascinating stories.

Stop at the “Grand Marché” to taste local products and meet passionate artisans, have the chance to mingle with local Quebecois culture.

This tour will reveal its hidden treasures that you will feel you are the first to discover them.

Upper town heritage

UPPER TOWN CULTURE & HERITAGE TOUR

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Distance: 13 km / 8 mi
  • Level: EASY/MODERATE
  • Includes: Qualified guide, bike (electric or urban), handle bag, helmet & water bottle
  • Optional: Sample tasting, brewery, picnic basket, hearty meal at the restaurant, snack, coffee and/or ice cream parlour

This city tour will take you to the most charming and prestigious sights of Old Quebec.

Your guide will take you to historical sites, pointing out the wide variety of architectural style inside the fortified walls.

Stop at the main attractions such as the amazing Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame, the courtyard Old Seminary of Quebec and the imposing City Hall and garden.

While venturing outside the only remaining city walls north of Mexico, the tour will lead you in front of the noble Parliament Hill.

From there, enter the impressive National Battlefields Park, known as the “Plains of Abraham’’, with its rich cultural heritage and enchanting park.

Enjoy pedalling in tree-lined covered streets of Montcalm vibrant neighbourhood with a touch of urban artist lifestyle.

Ride down the secret passage trail where the British troops climbed to surprise the French army.

Reach the bike path along the riverside of the majestic Saint Lawrence River toward the Lower Town.

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beyond the walls

Combination of the LOWERTOWN & UPPERTOWN of Old Quebec

BEYOND QUEBEC CITY WALLS

  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Distance: 19 km / 8 mi
  • Level: EASY / MODERATE
  • Includes: Qualified guide, bike (electric or urban), handle bag, helmet & water bottle
  • Optional: Sample tasting, brewery, picnic basket, hearty meal at the restaurant, snack, coffee shop and ice cream parlour

Combing the Old Quebec, trendy neighbourhoods and the Market, see all the main attractions plus hidden gems all in one day!

At your own pace, explore some of most stylish neighbourhoods of Quebec City.

What a lovely way of beginning your tour inside the prestigious fortification walls with its wide variety of architectural and historical sites that dates far back as the 17th century.

Once venturing outside the only remaining city walls north of Mexico, the tour will lead you through revitalized and creative neighbourhoods of Quebec City.

Enjoy pedalling in tree-lined covered streets of Montcalm, a vibrant neighbourhood with a touch of cultural lifestyle.

Ride down the winding secret passage trail to reach the bike path that joins the banks of the majestic Saint Lawrence River.

Discover an artistic neighbourhood with its unique colourful spiral staircases and whilst hearing fascinating stories of Limoilou.

What an amazing chance to mingle with local Quebecois at the “Grand Marché”, sample local delights and meet local producers. Visit stylish Saint Roch neighbourhoods and plunge into French Quebecois culture.

WINE & WATERFALLS

Discover the Montmorency Falls, combined to the countryside and have a toast to love of life!

COUNTRYSIDE WINE & WATERFALLS

  • Duration: FULL DAY
  • Distance: 42 km / 26 mi
  • Level: EASY/MODERATE
  • Includes: Qualified guide, urban bike (electric, road, urban) helmet, water bottle, wine tasting & cable car
  • Optional: Local terroir products, Zip line experience, snacks and/or coffee/tea service.

This amazing countryside bike tour takes you outside of the city on a scenic route along the northern coast of St. Lawrence River.

The New France route is one of the oldest arteries in North America that has plenty to offer, from centuries-old homes to wineries and stunning views.

Continue cycling on road less travelled unlocking many hidden gems, enchanting chapels, farmlands, small charming villages overlooking the St Lawrence River.

Stop at a can’t-miss spot, an authentic Quebecois produce store which has been in operation since 1658, called Le Comte de Roussy.

Indulge in tasting fresh homemade pies (Strawberry, Cinnamon, rhubarb, meat) sip on your cup of coffee on the terrace.

Shortly after your arrival at the local winery Domaine l’Ange Gardien Vignoble you will taste their selection of wines.

Why not relax on the porch or have a stroll through the vineyard/orchard with glorious views.

On your return, stop at one of the must-see sites: the Montmorency Falls; to enjoy the magnificent scenery on the suspended bridge towering over at a massive 84 metres/272 feet!

It is what we like to call the perfect fit!

Panoramic strike

Take the FERRY and follow your guide on the south shore of the St-Lawrence River

SOUTH SHORE WITH A VIEW

This tour has the best views of Old Quebec!

Option A :

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Distance: 25 km / 16 mi
  • Level: EASY

Option B:

  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Distance: 35 km / 21 mi
  • Level: MODERATE

Both options:

  • Include: Qualified guide, urban bike, helmet, water bottle & ferry
  • Optional: Electric bike, snacks picnic basket hearty meal at a café, brewery and/or ice cream shop

OPTION A

It is certainly one of the most picturesque bike rides along the majestic Saint Lawrence River.

Begin your bike tour by hopping on the 12 min. ferry connecting Quebec City to the south shore. While on board, why not take some photos of the breathtaking view of Quebec City historical district with the Chateau Frontenac as a backdrop.

Once arrived, your guide will point out many distinctive aspects of the city of Lévis.

Continue your ride on one of the most scenic bike paths in the region known as the Parcours des Anses.

You will be seduced by the impressive waterfront, various riverside parks, and some charming colourful ancestral homes; learn about New Liverpool community settlement during the expansion of shipyards.

Stop at a lovely waterfront green lush park next to a marina with the historical Quebec Bridge as a backdrop.

Let your guide entertain you with a captivating story of the bridge, one of the longest cantilever structures in the world.

OPTION B

Situated at the foothills of the Appalachians region, continue on a rural road which leads to the Chaudière Falls, a worthwhile detour in a hidden beauty environment.

Unwind in a natural relaxing atmosphere; fabulous photos from the suspension bridge and also few belvederes give fantastic vistas of the falls.

Take the staircase down onto limestone riverbed to see closer the impressive falls.

wendake village

Discover the story and culture of the first nations

WENDAKE VILLAGE

This tour brings you through neighbourhoods of Quebec City and you will discover the Wendake Village.

Option A :

  • Duration: 1/2 day
  • Distance: 35 km / 21 mi
  • Level: EASY/MODERATE

Option B: Add a twist of adventure to your tour by adding free time for canoeing, kayaking or stand-up paddling!

  • Duration: full day
  • Distance: 35 km / 21 mi
  • Level: EASY/MODERATE
  • Additional inclusions: stand-up paddle board/canoe/ kayak with safety gear

Both options:

  • Include: Qualified guide, urban bike, helmet & water bottle
  • Optional: Electric bike, visit traditional Huron Site, snacks, picnic basket, traditional meal

OPTION A

Take the bike path called “Le Corridor des Cheminots” built on an old railroad bed that leads to the Huron-Wendat Village.

The trail crosses many boroughs on the North West of Quebec City.

Wendake village is well known for their works of art and rich heritage.

Tour the historic village with local galleries and craft shops exhibiting traditional skills.

Stop at the First Nations Hotel and Museum with its unique architecture.

Discover a beautiful 28 meters natural fall and canyon in the Kabir-Kouba Park. Return by bike.

OPTION B +THE SOFT AVENTURE BIKE

What a wonderful idea of combining biking and canoe within the city. You will leave the bikes to embark on a fully outfitted canoeing, stand up paddle board or kayaking, exploring along the meander river with a sense of adventure on the Saint-Charles River.

Peaceful Promenade

Ride along the Port of Quebec, the St-Lawrence River and admire the bridge of Québec!

PROMENADE SAMUEL-DE-CHAMPLAIN

  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Distance: 19 km / 12 mi
  • Level: EASY
  • Includes: Qualified guide, urban bike, helmet & water bottle
  • Optional: Electric bike, Spa relaxation, snacks, picnic basket, maple taffy and/or coffee/tea shop

Start your ride along the Bassin Louise wharf and waterfront where you will visit part of the Old Port of Quebec.

Nestled between the cliff of ‘‘Cap Diamant’’ and the Saint Lawrence River, pass through the district of Cap Blanc where the lumber trade and ship building occupied the entire riverfront.

Continue pedalling on the unique Promenade Samuel-de-Champlain path.

Inspired by the mood of the St. Lawrence River, you will enjoy the cultural section with magnificent pieces of contemporary art work that interact with the landscapes along the riverside.

Island Flavors

Discover the Island of Orleans & its amazing flavors!

FLAVORS OF ILE D’ORLÉANS*

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Distance: 20 km / 12 mi
  • Level: EASY/MODERATE
  • Includes: Qualified guide, urban bike, helmet, bike transportation to the Island, water bottle, tasting products of the Island: wine and cider, support vehicle.
  • Optional: Electric bike, picnic basket, gourmet restaurant, coffee shop and/or snacks

Located 15 km (9 miles) of Quebec City, the Orleans Island is part of the cradle of French civilization.

While pedalling through charming and diverse landscape, you will discover the rich cultural heritage of the Island which reveals well preserved architectural treasures of ancestors’ home.

The people of the Island have a long-standing reputation of creating unique tastes of various products such as the, fresh cider, authentic wine and ice wine.

The Island is also known for its regional products delights ‘‘Les produits du terroir’’.

*This tour is only available on week days.

3. Everything is possible!

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