Cycling paths

Parcours des Anses

Lévis • Lévis
Parcours des Anses
Parcours des Anses - Stéphanie Allard
Parcours des Anses
Parcours des Anses
Parcours des Anses
Parcours des Anses
Parcours des Anses
Parcours des Anses
Parcours des Anses
Parcours des Anses

Description

  • Length : 15 km

In a few words

Discover the Parcours des Anses, one of the most beautiful cycling path in America !Along the Saint-Lawrence River, the Parcours des Anses is a 15 km entirely paved path perfect to run, walk, roller-skate or ride your bike. This unique cycling path offers a panoramic view of the fortifications of Quebec City, the Frontenac castle, Île d'Orléans and the Montmorency Falls.

Certifications et distinctions

  • The Navigator's Trail
  • Grand Prix Régional - 2013

Articles (8)

Articles

Curious Nature The Route des Navigateurs in landscape mode

The Route des Navigateurs! I no longer count the number of times I have driven it. Whenever the weather allows it, it is the one I drive for my trips from west to east, from east to west, whatever. Why? Not only because there is a rich heritage, great attractions, beautiful shops and tasty gourmet businesses, but also for the beauty and quality of its landscapes. There are sohttps://chaudiereappalaches.com/fr/raconte-moi-ton-trip/article/les-paysages-de-la-route-des-navigateurs/ many, of all kinds.

Discover our bike paths

Here are 7 bike paths in the Chaudière-Appalaches region. The family activity par excellence. Get on your bike and take an outing on the one that suits you best or rather, get off the beaten track and set off to explore a new one.

Active Nature Bike ride from Old Québec to Old Lévis!

One of my favorite bike rides is the loop from Old Quebec to Old Lévis. It allows you to cross the Quebec bridge and return with the Quebec-Lévis crossing, both of which offer an exceptional panorama. A ride of about thirty kilometers that you can celebrate with a beer at the Corsaire pub !

Curious Nature Hello Panducci's weekend in Lévis!

For my first weekend of the summer season, I decided to discover a new sector of the Chaudière-Appalaches region, that of Lévis and its surroundings. Lévis is located on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River just in front of Quebec City.