Some sites are ready to welcome you back and select activities are now allowed. To plan your visit, call ahead before you go. Note that our tourist information centres are still closed. For the latest info on what’s reopened, go to Quebec.ca/coronavirus.

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Cycling

Discover Québec on two wheels by riding along the 12,000 km of bicycle paths that span the province.

The Route Verte
Québec’s biggest bike path network, the Route verte, stretches for more than 5,000 km, making it the longest in North America. In 2008, the National Geographic Society ranked it the top bike route in the world. The Route verte is divided into eight sectors and criss-crosses 18 of Québec’s 22 tourist regions. It is signposted and accessible to everyone. For more informations consult the Route verte map.

More than four million Québecers enjoy cycling.

Nearly two million use their bicycle as a means of transportation.

Don’t have a bike? No problem! You can explore Montréal’s neighbourhoods by renting a bike from the BIXI bike-sharing system. Just pick one up from any of the city’s 540 BIXI stations and drop it off at any other station near your destination. This service is available from April 15 to November 15. Thanks to Montréal’s many bike paths, you can tour the city by BIXI in complete safety. Happy trails!

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