The 3 best places to take your e-Bike in the Québec City area

Corridor du Littoral

If it’s nature you’re looking for, ride the Corridor du Littoral trail on an electric bike. This is a 13 kilometre paved bike trail that connects Québec City to the Montmorency Falls. Start off at the Marché du Vieux-Port de Québec, and grab yourself some artisanal snacks at the famous market. Then, hit the trail and cruise along the St. Lawrence River, all the way over to the falls. You’ll find a stunning view of the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, as well as a breathtaking sight of the surrounding area.

Cool e-Bikes for cruising the Corridor du Littoral

 

Samuel de Champlain Promenade

The promenade is probably one of the best-known historical sites in all of Québec, and this 4 kilometer trail can show you it all. The Château Frontenac stands proudly along the St. Lawrence, with its outstanding design a sight to behold from afar and up close. This paved multi-use trail will be a breeze on an e-Bike and give you the opportunity to explore the waterfront. You can also view the contemporary art gallery, gardens and lookout tower along the way. Start at either the Côte de Sillery or Quai des Cageaux to take full advantage of the sights along the trail.

Suggested e-bikes for the Samuel de Champlain Promenade

 

Corridor des Cheminots

If it’s a serious trail you’re looking for, try the Corridor des Cheminots. This is a whopping 22 kilometre trail that follows an old railroad system. Of course, having an electric bike will make it even more of a breeze. It connects to many other trails, including the Corridor du Littoral. Dotted with plenty of amenities to recharge you and your e-bike, the trail offers a level, smooth ride for all kinds of users. Runners, in-line skaters, mobility-impaired pedestrians, cyclists are always welcome, even cross-country skiers in the winter! If you’re looking for a leisurely ride, the Corridor des Cheminots is a great one for any time of year.

Suggested e-bikes for the Corridor des Cheminots

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