|Granby to Frelighsburg
Frelighsburg to Bolton-Sud
Bolton-Sud to Mont-Orford
Mont-Orford to Coaticook
Coaticook Day Ride
Coaticook to East Angus
East Angus to Magog
Magog to Granby
Granby to Frelighsburg 69 km (42 mi.)
We begin our tour with a stretch on Quebec’s Route Verte, the province’s massive cycling path network. The afternoon will feature riding through the Eastern Township’s wine route. There are several wineries where you can stop and enjoy a wine tasting. Some of Quebec’s most beautiful villages will be explored this afternoon.
Frelighsburg to Bolton-Sud 59 km (37 mi.)
We expect riders will find today hilly. We get to the southernmost parts of Quebec, alongside the U.S. border and the Appalachians. A landscape dotted with lakes, marshes, mountains and short valleys follow the scenic Missisquoi River where are nestled the beautiful villages of Bolton Center and South Bolton.
Bolton-Sud to Mont-Orford 51 km (32 mi.)
We will have beautiful countryside for most of the day. Saint Benoit du Lac Abbey will offer an amazing setting with its architecture and location on Lac Memphremagog. We end at Mont-Orford, a large forested preserve at the northernmost outpost of the Green Mountains.
Mont-Orford to Coaticook 72 km (43 mi.)
We have a lovely ride through Mount Orford Park. After morning on the Route Verte, mid-day break is in the beautiful small town of North Hatley. We cycle during the afternoon to the town of Coaticook.
Coaticook Day Ride Distance TBA
We stay based in Coaticook and take a ride to the U.S. border with great look-offs.
Coaticook to East Angus 73 km (46 mi.)
The hilliest day of our tour, we go northward through the eastern side of the townships to the sleepy town of East Angus.
East Angus to Magog 58 km (36 mi.)
We cycle on the Route Verte through Sherbrooke. Our tour’s last night is near the lively town of Magog.
Magog to Granby 75 km (47 mi.)
Our last day alternates between forests and fields back to our starting point at Granby and our farewells.