• Three Inns

    GREAT PLACES
    Great comfort


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  • Ride

    LE P'TIT TRAIN DU NORD
    The longest linear park in Canada


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  • Touring Packages

    DINER AND BREAKFAST INCLUDED
    Free ride to Mont-Laurier and free parking


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  • Cycloberge

    4 DAYS-3 NIGHTS MULTI-INNS PACKAGE
    200 km ride


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Night One

Nominingue km 145
Auberge Île de France

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Night Two

Mont-Tremblant km 91
Hôtel Mont-Tremblant

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Night Three

Val David km 42
Auberge du Vieux Foyer

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the little train of the north

232 km long, the old route of the Chemin de Fer du Nord now commonly known as “Le P’Tit Train du Nord” is the longest linear park in Canada. From St Jérome to Mont-Laurier it welcomes cyclists of all levels of ability, passing through beautiful villages, forests, the Laurentian mountains, and passing many lakes and rivers. Website: www.autobuslepetittraindunord.com

Day One (55km)

Leave your vehicle at the station in St. Jérome. From there, take a 200 km Shuttle service to Mont Laurier with your bicycles and baggage. Beginning early in the afternoon, you will cycle 55 km on the asphalt trail through beautiful forests and with a little luck see some of the rich variety of local wildlife.

Your inn L’Île de France (rated 5/5 on Trip Advisor), will accommodate you in luxurious rooms, each with their own theme and will offer a gourmet supper in the French tradition. The full breakfast will fully prepare you for your second day.

Second Day (55 km)

On an asphalt paved trail as far as Labelle, you will follow the shore of the beautiful Lac Nominingue, then the stunning Rouge River valley finally entering the renowned Mont Tremblant vacation area. Along the route, are rest areas and local information plaques.

After 55 easy km, the Hotel Mont Tremblant, one of the most historic establishments of this premium tourist destination will be waiting for your arrival. Just across the street, you can relax on the shore of Lac Mercier with it’s splendid sunset view.

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Third Day (51 km)

After a copious breakfast, at the Hotel Mont Tremblant, you will resume your ride on a well maintained trail of compacted of stone dust for a distance of 51 km. Arriving at Val-David, a 2 km side trail will take you to the Auberge du Vieux Foyer, which offers the luxury of a large hot tub, sauna, pool, fitness centre, and superb cuisine.

Fourth Day (42 km)

Just 42 km remain to return to your vehicle (and civilization)...! Thus ends your vacation of four days and three nights in the finest accommodation of the area.

Please note that the three inns are rated three stars by the Quebec Tourism Ministry (not to be confused with the suns ratings of Quebec B&Bs). They are also certified Bienvenue cyclistes by the Route Verte which means they offer secure storage for bicycles, air pump, tools for making minor repairs and services specific to their cycling clientele.

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