Quebec City, Canada, Hiking and Biking Vacation Travel
Quebec City is a World Heritage Site.  
  • Bike Trails
Quebec City is a great city for biking through the old city with its international charm and European style architecture.  Bike or walk to  parks and historical museums  and a wide range of shopping and dining options.
  • Parks , Bike Trails
A great deal of open public space high above the St. Lawrence at the old forts offers walking and biking.
At the lower level of the City there is a bike and walking trail along the river's bank.
Many parks are devoted to outdoor recreation,
hiking,  biking , walking, and sightseeing.
  • Quebec City Hiking and Biking
A dedicated bike lane follows the river to the old port and ship terminals.  
  • Walking
The upper city is small and easily walked or ridden.  
A stairway, elevator, and road  lead to a lower level along the St. Lawrence River and bike and walking trails.  
  • Shopping
An elevator (Funicular) reaches the lower level where Rue de Petit Champlain offers dining and shopping on a pedestrian-only street.

  • Old Forts
A great deal of public space that once served as fortifications high above the St. Lawrence and along the river's banks is devoted hiking,  biking , walking, and sightseeing.
Forts above the St. Lawrence River provide hiking and views
Quebec City Canada offers Hiking and Biking in the upper city and a walkway and bikeway along the river and through the Old Port.
You can ride or walk your bike to  the lower level of the city to the bike trail that runs along the St. Lawrence River.  
Bike racks are located throughout the city center
of the old forts offers great views
Bike Trail in Quebec City
To Reach Quebec City by Air:  Québec City Airport is seven miles southwest of the city,  
Jean Lesage International Airport:  (
YQB),   Public transportation (RTC)  buses reach the city center.
To Reach Quebec City by Auto:  from Vermont Follow I-91 to the Canadian Border  The highway changes     across the river and take a right towards Boulevard Laurier.  to Route 55 North.  Follow to
Train service reaches Quebec City: Amtrak from New York City Connects through Montreal (10 hours)
to Canada's
VIA Rail for the trip to Quebec's Gare du Palais (station)  in the city center.(3 hours)
A Quebec City, Canada hiking and biking vacation offers the small and easily walked city. A stairway and elevator lead to a lower level the bike trail along the St. Lawrence River.
A Quebec City, Canada hiking and biking vacation offers the small and easily walked city.
  • Old Port\
A bike and walking trail(dedicated bike lane) goes along the Saint Lawrence River and through the Old Port where the cruise ships dock
Quebec City offers hiking and biking trails in both levels of the small and easily walked city.
  • Cruise Ship Terminals
The lower section of  Quebec City is reached by a stairway, road, and elevator from the upper city.  
The lower level of the city along the docks and cruise ship berths offers a bike and walking trail along the St. Lawrence River.
Quebec City has preserved the old forts to offer bike and walking trails along the cliffs in the upper section of the city where you find views of the St. Lawrence River.
Quebec City Canada offers hiking and biking to  the old forts and parks above the St Lawrence River
Quebec City Canada offers hiking and biking to  the old forts.
Old forts above the river have become parks where there are many bike and walking trails
Quebec City Hiking, Biking
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