Chemin du Roy | from Montreal to Quebec City

From Montreal to Quebec City

From Montréal to Québec by bike, let yourself be carried away by the picturesque landscapes, at times by a city, at times by a village and by the countryside. The historical richness of this ancestral road is only equalled by its panorama and its remarkable heritage. Starting in Berthierville, you will discover the Chemin du Roy, the first road built in the 18th century, linking Québec City and Montréal via Trois-Rivières, a pioneer city built in 1737. You will admire the unique scenery and architecture along the majestic St. Lawrence River.

Summary:

Duration: 5 days
Distance: 320 km
Level of difficulty: 2

Day 1: Montreal to Boucherville | 35 km
Day 2: Boucherville to Sorel-Tracy | 70 km
Day 3: Sorel-tracy to Trois-Rivières | 80 km
Day 4: Trois-Rivières to Deschambault | 65 km
Day 5: Deschambault to Québec | 70 km

To obtain the GPX links of the cycle route, click here

Cost of our services:

Price for 2 people
$662: luggage transfer from one accommodation to another*
$1,117: luggage transfer + conveyance service*
$1,262: luggage transfer + shuttle service*

*Including management fees and applicable taxes

If you are more than two people or if you want to customize or modify the duration of this bicycle trip, it is possible. Contact us for a custom quote.

Services

Luggage transportation

Want to travel light? Leave it to our team to transport your luggage safely!

Shuttle

Moving service for people, luggage and bicycles. This service allows you to reach or return to your starting point.

Conveying

We offer a vehicle moving service. Thanks to this service, you will find your vehicle at the final destination.

Itinerary

Let yourself be advised in the choice and planning of your future bike ride in Quebec and Ontario. You will receive your tailor-made route according to your desired mileage and your activity interests.

Bike rental

Do you need a bike for a few days? For a week? We deliver our bikes to your place of departure and collect the bikes from your place of arrival.