Vélo Québec: Bike Quebec City and its Countryside
Discover the story of Québec as you cycle along the St. Lawrence River, learning about unique architecture, speaking with locals and seeing living history at the Wendake Hurons Village.
Program No. 21153RJ
5 days
Starts at

At a Glance

For lovers of history, culture and the outdoors, an exploration of Quebec City by bicycle is the ideal learning adventure, offering cyclists the chance to discover one of the most charming cities in North America up close at an explorer’s pace. On bicycle excursions to three major sites linked to the city’s 400-year history, discover the living Native American culture of the Wendake Hurons Village, meet with passionate speakers who enrich your knowledge of French Canada and much more.
Our Flex learning adventures offer more flexible schedules than our traditional programs, with ample independent time and several meals on your own. Enjoy the camaraderie of the group while also getting time to explore on your own.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Immerse yourself in Quebec’s unique heritage and urban landscape as you pedal along both shores of the St-Lawrence River, the source of the region’s vital energy.
  • Walk with an expert through lovely Old Quebec to become enamored with its gorgeous architecture and charming old streets resonating with Old World ambiance.
  • Ride the rail trail Le Corridor des Cheminots to historic Wendake Village.

General Notes

This learning adventure is one of our FLEX programs. It offers a more flexible schedule than our traditional programs and includes ample independent time and several meals on your own. Suggestions for free-time activities are provided in preparatory materials, and your Group Leader will be happy to provide suggestions for self-directed excursions.

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