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  • 01 day
  • 77 km
Level : Easy

Developed on a former railway track, the Parc linéaire des Bois-Francs is mainly marked Route verte no. 1 and TransCanada Great Trail. This 77-km cycling trail, is mostly rock dust and invites you to discover municipalities in the Arthabaska and l'Érable MRCs. 

This bike path is marked Route verte #1 and TransCanada Great Trail.

Suggested departures

  • Vélogare du Grand-Tronc (20, rue de Bigarré, Victoriaville)
  • Gare de Lyster (2175, rue Bécancour, Lyster)
  • Maison de la culture de Warwick (169 Rue Saint Louis, Warwick)

Route Details 

  • Path surface made of compacted stone dust (90%)
  • Paved sections in major cities, including Warwick, Victoriaville, Princeville and Plessisville
  • Part of the Route verte #1 
  • Flat terrain, 2 % elevation  

On the road / Nearby

An interesting fact: a section of the cycling trail located in the Victoriaville sector is accessible to people with reduced mobility and is part of Kéroul's Accessible Road. At the Vélogare du Grand-Tronc in downtown Victoriaville, you'll find many services aimed at cyclists: tourism information, community and adapted bicycles to borrow, activities, shows, showers, washrooms, lockers, and air compressors for tires.

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