Québec & Ontario Cycling Trips



The French culture of Quebec gives you Old World charm in a New World setting. There is a well-developed network of routes for bicycle tours, taking you through pretty villages, to truly charming small inns, fueled by very creative gastronomy. Come to taste amazing cheeses, abundant farm-fresh feasts, maple flavoured dishes, and delicious chocolates. Come to bike, hike, and kayak, and see how French Canadian culture can contribute to a surprisingly exotic active holiday. Choose from the five Quebec bicycle tour or multisport holiday itineraries shown below, or call us for something customized for your private group.



Canada, Québec: Magdalen Islands Multisport

Six nights; seven days of adventure by bike, sea kayak and on foot, with an introduction to kite-buggying and many optional activities, including cave swimming, kite surfing, sailing, and snorkeling with seals.


Canada, Québec: Bas-Saint-Laurent Bike

Six nights; six days of moderately easy cycling on quiet paved roads and bike paths, along the “Navigator’s Route’’ - the south shore of the fleuve Saint-Laurent.


Canada, Québec: Eastern Townships Bike

Six nights; six days. Hilly cycling through Québec’s lovely south, with luxurious lodging, outstanding cuisine and the prettiest forests and farmscapes in Central Canada.


Canada, Québec: Gaspé Bike

Seven nights; eight days of cycling on the Route Verte roads and trails around the sea cliffs of the St. Lawrence River and the shores of the Gaspé Peninsula.


Canada, Québec: Montreal to Ottawa Laurentians Bike

Six nights; seven days of easy cycling between Montreal and Ottawa on paved and unpaved bike paths, including Le P’tit Train du Nord, and quiet country roads.


Canada, Québec: Saguenay Charlevoix Bike

Seven nights; seven days of moderately easy bike touring, phenomenal hiking and optional sea kayaking while you explore the bike paths and trails of Lac-Saint-Jean, Charlevoix, and the majestic Saguenay Fjord.


Canada, Ontario: Ottawa & The Rideau Canal Bike Tour

Six nights; seven days of quiet, flat cycling with moderate distances. Upper Canadian history, charming inns, and the National Capital region make this an exceedingly captivating tour.