Véloroute du Fjord du Saguenay
Bike experiences for everyone!
Saguenay has the perfect bike route no matter your level or physical condition offering magnificent scenic vistas.
The fjord, its capes and tides
The Véloroute du Fjord du Saguenay is a 435-kilometer long cycling circuit that skirts along the Saguenay River. Meandering along the fjord's twin banks, you'll travel along the Route du Fjord marked tourist route. Voyage from shore to shore with the Navettes maritimes du Fjord, a marine shuttle.
The circuit rejoins the Véloroute des Bleuets to the west. To the east, it stretches to Tadoussac and Charlevoix.
- Trail type: Linear
- Length: 435 km
- Lane type: road with paved shoulder, bicycle trail, shared roadways
- Surface type: Asphalt
- Map & guide
Cycling for everyone... 3 experiences
|Discover over 35 kilometers of cycling trails with little elevation gain. You'll be delighted by the magnificent panoramic vistas with your family or among friends.|
|Looking to unveil Saguenay's hidden treasures? Over 190 kilometers of paved shoulders and little elevation gain are available. Opt for the Marine shuttles to see the fjord from between the shores and avoid the steeper sections,|
|Athletic excursionists, take the Saguenay coastal challenge! Over 200 kilometers of hilly trails with more than 3,500 meters in elevation gain are waiting for you. 85% of the trail has a paved shoulder section.|
|8 centers where you will find over 110 miles of trails of varied difficulties and free ride trails.|
Horst de Kénogami
The Horst de Kénogami associate network is part of the Véloroute du Fjord du Saguenay. It connects Jonquière with the municipality of Hébertville and the Véloroute des Bleuets. This 72 km long cycling trail with mile markers, ends with the marine shuttle between Jonquière and Shipshaw on the Saguenay River.
Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean Bike Experience
The Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean Bike Experience is cycling trail over 700 kilometers in length and includes the Véloroute du Fjord du Saguenay and Véloroute des Bleuets.
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