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Quebec Is Canada’s Low-Key Mountain Biking Mecca


Photo: Unsplash

If you’ve tried mountain biking before, you’re likely already hooked. Flying down a hill or mountain at 40 km/h or railing a turn and feeling and hearing every rock and root beneath your tires is an incredible experience. While you may have already felt the allure of British Columbia’s coastal mountain ranges, there is an ever loudening buzz about the growing mountain biking mecca that is Quebec.

Boasting the Laurentian, Chic-Choc, and Appalachian mountain ranges, fast flowing water, and some of the most diverse forests in Canada, it’s pretty clear that Quebec is not only an ideal landscape for any outdoor enthusiast, but a mountain biker’s dream. We’ve laid out the best mountain biking locations in the province below.


Chic-Chocs Mountain Lodge


Sending it before sunset. Photo: Unsplash

The Auberge de montagne des Chic-Chocs offers amazing accommodation within the Chic-Choc mountain range. At 615 metres (2020 feet), you’re going to be treated to some pretty stunning views. But with 60 square kilometres of accessible mountain, two 1000 metre peaks, and 200 km of old forest roads, the mountain biking is going to be amazing.

Skill level: Advanced cyclists
55 km south of Cap-Chat, on the territory of the Réserve faunique de Matane, Gaspésie, QC


Forillon National Park

Parc national de Forillon

If mountain biking and epic views are your thing: Forillon NP. Photo: Destination Canada

Forillon is a mountain zone surrounded by the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Gaspé Bay. With steep cliffs, boreal forest, salty air, and wildflowers surrounding you, it’s sure to be an epic visit. The secondary roads of Forillon National Park are easily accessible, and you’re even able to rent bikes at the Recreation Centre.

Skill level:  Beginner to intermediate cyclists
Forillon National Park, Gaspé, QC


Mont Rigaud


Dirt between the pines. Photo: Unsplash

This four season mountain is within an hour of Montreal and has more than 16 kilometres of trails for all skill levels as well as a pretty intense bike park.

Skill level: Beginner to advanced cyclists
$12 a day or $68 for a season’s pass. Bike rentals are also available
321 des Erables, Rigaud, QC




Riding along a river. Photo: Station Mont Tremblant

Riding along a river. Photo: Station Mont Tremblant

With over 50 km of trails, Mont-Tremblant’s mountain bike trail network provides a thrilling experience in a natural setting that is unlike anything else, a true paradise! You will be riding through amazing sceneries. Nearby Domaine Saint-Bernard has four trails open to bikes, and rentals are easily available at the three bike shops in Tremblant’s village.

Skill level: Beginner to advanced cyclists
$10 or $60 for season’s pass
Mont Tremblant, QC





This is what it’s all about. Photo: Unsplash

While it may not seem like much distance with only 5.2 km of trails, all-mountain and downhill single track featuring jumps, rocky outcrops, berms, roots, and slide make it an incredibly diverse and fun zone to mountain bike.

Skill level:  Beginner to advanced cyclists
4855 Boulevard de la Grande-Baie-Sud, La Baie, QC



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