Biking

Biking

What could be more energizing than visiting the city and admiring its most beautiful scenery by bike? The Corridor du Littoral allows you to do just that. It is a 30-mile biking path stretching from the western suburbs to the majestic Chutes Montmorency, passing through the pretty Promenade Samuel-de-Champlain. Rest stops and overlooks are set up all along the way so you can take in panoramic views of the region.

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