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  • 01 day
  • 88 km
Level : Advanced

This route offers a great variety of landscapes and slopes. Starting in Victoriaville, you’ll take the Parc linéaire des Bois-Francs bike path (route verte #1), which will quickly lead you through country landscapes that stretch to Sainte-Élisabeth-de Warwick. A stop in Kingsey Falls is a must! It is the birthplace of the multinational company Cascades, and features spectacular gardens, a lookout overlooking the Nicolet River, as well as a footbridge that consists of 75% recycled materials. Further along the route, the Appalachian foothills await in Tingwick, Saint-Rémi-de-Tingwick, and Chesterville. The climbs offer plenty of challenges for seasoned cyclists and culminate with breathtaking views. Along the route, you’ll discover an area featuring thriving agriculture and genuine local products.

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This route have been validated by Vélo Québec.


Route Details

  • Paved road : 71 km
  • Unpaved road : 2 km (rang Hince between Chesterville and Saint-Christophe-d'Arthabaska)
  • Paved bike path : 3,5 km
  • Unpaved bikepath : 12 km (between Kingsey Falls and Tingwick)
  • "Vert le Village Fleuri" bike path (connects the city of Kingsey Falls to the Parc linéaire des Bois-Francs)
  • Parc linéaire des Bois-Francs / Route verte #1 bike path (Tingwick) 

On the road / Nearby

Climb in elevation
850 m 

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