• 03 days
  • 144 km
Level : Easy

In the Centre-du-Québec region, the Route verte no. 4 links the MRCs of Drummond, Nicolet-Yamaska, and Bécancour. Mainly on paved roads and occasionally on cycling trails or lanes, this route offers a number of surprises. Between the Forêt Drummond and the Laviolette Bridge, you'll discover magnificent rural landscapes and a few urban zones in Drummondville, Nicolet, and Bécancour.


  • Quai de Sainte-Angèle
    Avenue des Nénuphars, Bécancour
  • Halte de vélo La Plaine - Parc du Sanctuaire (Drummond Forest)
    3490, Rang de la Rivière, Saint-Majorique-de-Grantham
    (Exit 179 of Highway 20 and follow the directions of blue signs)
  • Centre communautaire de Wickham
    Rue Moreau, Wickham

Route details

  • Paved road: 109 km
  • Paved bike path: 7 km in Bécancour, 3,4 km in Nicolet, 5,3 km in Drummondville and 1,7 km in Wickham
  • Unpaved bike path: 7,5 km in the Forêt Drummond at Saint-Majorique and 10,5 km between Drummondville and Wickham. 
  • Flat terrain 

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