Let the good times roll — by bike!
How can you get the most out of your vacation? By peacefully touring the World Good Life Reserve on two wheels!
The Bas-Saint-Laurent can also be explored by bike — tranquilly following the St. Lawrence, roaming the hills and valleys of the highlands, or wandering the marked bike trails and country roads. You’ll make endless discoveries and remarkable memories along the way.
The varied terrain of the Bas-Saint-Laurent allows cyclists of all levels to choose a route tailored to their interests and abilities.
- Looking for a physical challenge? The roads in the highlands of the Temiscouata region or the Neigette area, south of Rimouski, offer some good climbs and winding descents in the heart of nature. The numerous lakes and rivers provide breathtaking scenery!
- If you prefer to enjoy your visit at a more sedate pace, the Route Verte bike trail runs along the St. Lawrence and is an easy and enjoyable ride. Bicycles share the road with cars on some sections, so cyclists should take extra care.
- For families, the favourite route is unquestionably the Parc linéaire interprovincial Le Petit Témis. This dedicated hike and bike trail provides a safe and easy to ride, and has convenient facilities available along the way (toilets, picnic areas and primitive campsites). Built on an old railway, the trail leads from Rivière-du-Loup to Edmundston on 134 km of packed screened gravel. Several parking areas have been set up to facilitate access to the trail.