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Le Petit Train du Nord Bike Path

Quebec, Canada
+1 877-278-0677
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Easy Cycling for Seniors

The main 200 km trail is flat and well maintained with great surroundings and can be done in... read more

Reviewed 4 February 2018
gary k
,
Sudbury, Canada
Favorite 5 km - Mont Tremblant

My favorite section of the Petit Train du Nord bike trail extends from kilometer 89.5 through 95... read more

Reviewed 10 October 2017
AMP6412
,
Laval, Canada
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Reviewed February 4, 2018

The main 200 km trail is flat and well maintained with great surroundings and can be done in sections staying at hotels along the way as a home base, which we did. This season was late so we were early for the autumn leaves display.

Thank gary k
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Reviewed October 10, 2017

My favorite section of the Petit Train du Nord bike trail extends from kilometer 89.5 through 95. It begins following a babbling brook, first on your right then on your left. Under the woods with the sun peaking through from time to time. This section...More

Thank AMP6412
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Reviewed September 28, 2017

A good cycling trail for those that like to bike but not to the extreme that is mountain biking. The stretch from Mont-Laurier to a bit before Nominingue is a gradual uphill, so be prepared to sweat a little (or a lot). Overall it's a...More

Thank Janice K
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Reviewed September 16, 2017 via mobile

This popular bike path was built along the route of an abandoned train track - a linear park. The slopes are gentle and not too demanding. Parts of the he path are paved but a lot of it is crushed stone and easy to ride...More

2  Thank Howard R
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Reviewed September 11, 2017

We had just a morning and early afternoon, so we took the autobus to St. Agathe and rode back to St. Jerome. It was great, the bus was jolly and efficient, and the ride was sweet. This section (49 km) of the 200 km route...More

2  Thank catinlap
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Reviewed September 1, 2017 via mobile

Rail trail bike route with the option of a shuttle to one end (bike back to car) and luggage shuttle. Lots of amenities along the way. Very scenic, quiet. Creative re-furnish meant if many historic train stations along the way. Easy to book. Good for...More

1  Thank Peggyporcupine
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Reviewed August 23, 2017

We did this trip in 3 days. The bus ride to Mont Laurier was very pleasant, and the bicycle ride was not too difficult, on a very well-maintained trail. The more northern part is particularly beautiful. Highly recommended for people of all ages.

1  Thank MontrealSusan2
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Reviewed August 21, 2017 via mobile

We cycled a section of this bike path from Mont Tremblant Centre Ville to Lac Mercier and back again. The path is tarmac in this section and very easy to ride. The scenery is very pretty and there are plenty of places to stop and...More

2  Thank Jenster0001
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Reviewed August 20, 2017 via mobile

We are experienced road bikers from Ontario, but we remain disconcerted by having to deal with car traffic passing at high speed on highways with almost no paved shoulders. What a pleasure it is to find paved cycling trails winding through lovely countryside. We rode...More

2  Thank DutchCanuck_DX
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Reviewed August 13, 2017 via mobile

My husband and I just completed the ride from Mont Laurier to Saint Jerome (200 km). It was really enjoyable- the scenery was beautiful and the trails very well maintained. Finding accommodations for the four day ride was convenient, with many options available. I highly...More

2  Thank debToronto
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Cristina S
August 9, 2017|
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Response from Steven W |
Yes, it is. Priority is given to cyclists on the majority of the trail, sections through Mt Tremblant and St Jerome have divided lanes for cyclists/runners. It all comes to down to courtesy and respect for each other.
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Christine M
April 4, 2017|
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Response from Steven W |
We ride on 28C, others rode on 32. Hybrid bikes predominately.
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