Time  2 hours 20 minutes

Coordinates 400

Uploaded October 20, 2015

Recorded October 2015

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11.75 mi

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near Neuville, Quebec (Canada)

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Corridor du Littoral (km 0 - km 19): Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures - Cartier-Roberval Park)
The Littoral Corridor is a 48-km stretch of the Route verte stretching from Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures to Montmorency Falls. The Quebec National Capital Commission has built a 3-km stretch from the Port of Quebec to the Sillery Coast at the western end of the Samuel-De Champlain Parkway.

With almost 50 kilometers of paved and marked trails, the Corridor du Littoral is the longest bike path in Quebec City. You can practice cycling, roller skating and walking on this track that separates into bike sections and pedestrian in several places.

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Corridor du Littoral (km 00,0): Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures

The Littoral Corridor is a 48 km multifunctional runway extending from Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures to Montmorency Falls, connected to the western end of the Samuel-De Champlain Parkway by a 3 km stretch from the Port of Quebec to the coast of Sillery. Km 00.0: QC-138 junction Chemin du Roy. Limit of the municipality of Saint-Agustin-de-Desmaures. Latitude 46.725473 ° Longitude-71.536891 ° Highway 40 - Exit Fossambault South Road (QC-367 South) Junction QC-138 West. The starting point is 6.5 km on the left. Pannel Information and Parking
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Information

Corridor du Littoral (Chemin du Roy jonction QC-138)

The Chemin du Roy is a well-known and signposted 280 km tourist route that presents the rich heritage and history of New France through three of Quebec's main tourist regions: Quebec, Mauricie and Lanaudière. Along the majestic St. Lawrence River, its panoramic views are breathtaking. Sometimes city, sometimes campaign, the Chemin du Roy proposes a walk more than entertaining and suggests unavoidable stops! Experience the Chemin du Roy! This road is one of treasure. Landscapes to savor. People to discover. Attractions to explore. From legends to comtempler. You have to take the time to cross it, in order to benefit fully.
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Intersection

Corridor du Littoral (Chemin du Roy jonction Rue Moisan: km 4,6))

At this location, Chemin du Roy junction Rue Moisan Corridor of the Littoral The Green Route # 5
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River

Corridor du Littoral (Pont sur la Rivière des Roches)

The Cap Rouge River has its source in the Cap Rouge area west of Quebec City. The stream appears in the area just north of the Petit-Capsa hill. In its descent to the east, the course of the river bypasses Lac Saint-Augustin by the north. The main neighboring hydrographic slopes are: in the west: the Black River and the river at Matte, in the Neuville sector; north-west: the Apple River; to the south: the slope of Lake Saint-Augustin and the Rivière des Roches; to the north: Notre-Dame Creek, Lorette River, Saint-Charles River.
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Intersection

Corridor du Littoral (Chemin du Roy jonction Chemin Girard)

At this location, Chemin du Roy junction Chemin Girard (Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures) Green Road # 5 Corridor of the Littoral
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Bridge

Corridor du Littoral (Pont sur le Ruisseau des Îlets)

Ruisseau des Îlets is next to Chateau Repotel and is located in Capitale-Nationale, Quebec, Canada. Îlets Creek has a length of 1.69 kilometers. King's Way (Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures) Corridor of the Littoral Bridge on the Creek of Îlets Latitude: 46 ° 43.695'N Longitude: 71 ° 31.459'W
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Picnic

Corridor du Littoral (Parc et stationnement: km 8,0)

Corridor du Littoral (Park and parking: km 8.0) We can rest before climbing the coast
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panorama

Corridor du Littoral (Chemin du Roy jonction Route Racette)

Corridor of the Littoral (Chemin du Roy junction Route Racette) Panoramic view
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Mountain pass

Corridor du Littoral (Chemin du Roy jonction Côte Gagnon: km 8,8)

I was short of breath to climb the Côte Gagnon. Pay attention to cars
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Risk

Corridor du Littoral (Chemin du Roy jonction Chemin de la Butte)

At this point, we finish up the Côte Gagnon. Busy road. Watch out for cars
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Intersection

Corridor du Littoral (Chemin de la Butte jonction Chemin du Lac)

Finally, we leave the main road. Beautiful houses and properties.
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Park

Corridor du Littoral (Chemin du Lac jonction Rue Adrienne Choquette)

Beautiful houses, a small park. A quiet corner in the countryside.
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Sports facility

Corridor du Littoral (Rue Adrienne Choquette jonction Terrasse Saint Félix)

College field. Follow the indications for the Corridor du Littoral. You have to leave the road and take the bike path
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Sports facility

Corridor du Littoral (Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy)

The Notre-Dame-de-Foy Campus (CNDF) is a private collegiate educational institution located in Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures, Quebec (Canada). It offers the pre-university training program as well as several technical and vocational training programs. The Notre-Dame-de-Foy Campus was founded in 1965 under the name of Notre-Dame-de-Foy Normal School. Located near the Corridor du Littoral
Picnic

Corridor du Littoral (Rue Saint Félix)

Halte routière pour les cyclistes
Information

Corridor du Littoral (4782, rue Saint Félix)

Building of interest

Corridor du Littoral (Rue Saint Félix jonction Boulevard de la Chaudière: km 17,1))

Cap-Rouge: Tracel
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Photo

Corridor du Littoral (Rue Saint Félix jonction Tracel de Cap-Rouge)

Corridor of the Littoral (Tracel de Cap-Rouge) Spectacular! An iron monument
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panorama

Corridor du Littoral (Côte de Cap-Rouge jonction Rue Provencher)

Cape Red Coast (Cape Red) Panoramic staircase to Chemin Saint-Louis This place allows to contemplate a vast panorama. We have a panoramic view of Cap Rouge and the St. Lawrence River. You have excellent visibility on the Tracel
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Mountain pass

Corridor du Littoral (Cap-Rouge: escalier muni d'un dalot)

Link linking the Saint-Louis Road to the Cap-Rouge (or viceversa) coast to ensure the continuity of the cycling network. Gradient of 41 meters with slope of 20%. Load the bike on the shoulders. It hurts, but is worth it. Climbing the coast, the panoramic view will do you good.
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Mountain pass

Corridor du Littoral (Pente reliant la côte de Cap-Rouge au parc Cartier-Roberval)

Cap-Rouge is one of 35 neighborhoods in Quebec City, and one of seven in the borough of Sainte-Foy-Sillery-Cap-Rouge. Its name comes from the promontory of reddish shale located at the mouth of the river Cap Rouge. The district of Cap-Rouge is nestled in the valley of the river of Cap-Rouge and on the plateaux located on each side. One of its most spectacular attractions is the tracel of Cap-Rouge that crosses the valley. St. Louis Road (Sainte-Foy) The Cartier-Roberval archaeological site is located at the confluence of the Cap-Rouge River and the St. Lawrence River at 4079 Saint-Louis Road, Quebec. This site testifies to the first French colonization in America.
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Picnic

Corridor du Littoral (Chemin Saint-Louis jonction Rue Louis-Francoeur)

At this place, you have to stay there. Browse the park, visit the ruins of the first settlement of New France. You will find a fountain. And not far, the transport network. Corridor of the Littoral (km 18.8) Boisé de Marly Marly RTC Terminus
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Bus stop

Terminus RTC Métrobus (service de support à vélos)

Think green! Vélobus A support for your displacements From May 1 to October 31, the VéloBus service is available on articulated buses and is available at all Métrobus 800, 801 and 802 stops. You must know - Only non-motorized two-wheeled bicycles are accepted. - Some children's bikes are too small for support. - First come, first served. - Free service, pay only for your bus trip. - You are responsible for quickly installing and removing your bike from the front of the bus or sidewalk. - As a safety measure, the driver is not allowed to leave his seat to help you. - Foldable bikes are accepted on all RTC routes. The Boisé de Marly is located at the western end of Pointe-de-Sainte-Foy. It is bounded on the east by chemin des Quatre-Bourgeois, on the west by Louis-Francoeur street and on the south by the Saint-Louis road. rtcquebec.ca/velobus

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