Friday, January 25, 2008

Cycle Fun Montreal's Bikely ride maps

CFM apologizes for the awful and hideous cut'n'paste format thing going on here!

Route Contributor Last Updated Where Distance Tags
Lennoxville hill ride #1 tiger2007 Jan 16th Canada > Quebec > Sherbrooke 11.4km Recreational, Training, Onroad, Steep, High traffic, Unsafe, Rural, Scenic
Home of Bishop's University and start of a great climb. A narrow risky unsafe road. The center of the eastern townships.
Philipsburg QC Vermont Champlain Islands ride tiger2007 Dec 28th Canada > Quebec > Montreal 139.9km Recreational, Onroad, Smooth, Intermediate, Low traffic, High traffic, Safe, Rural, Scenic
Starting in Canada, cross US border and ride south through scenic islands, come back north along Vermont lake shore
Mont Megantic summit toll road tiger2007 Dec 27th Canada > Quebec > Sherbrooke 5.6km Recreational, Training, Onroad, Steep, Difficult, Low traffic, Safe, Rural, Scenic
550 m climb (1800 ft) climb Located in Parc Mont Megantic, and is the highest paved road in Quebec.
Quebec's Eastern Townships ride - Sutton/Owl's Head loop tiger2007 Dec 24th Canada > Quebec > Montreal 98.9km Recreational, Onroad, Smooth, Steep, Intermediate, Difficult, Low traffic, Safe, Rural, Scenic
Bolton Pass, Knowlton, Mt Echo road, Sutton, Mississiquoi valley, Mansonville, Owls Head, Lac Memphremagog, Austin, Bolton
Circuit of the 2007 Grand Prix de Charlevoix race tiger2007 Dec 11th Canada > Quebec > Quebec 82.6km Recreational, Training, Onroad, Smooth, Steep, Intermediate, Difficult, Low traffic, Safe, Rural, Scenic
A great ride through some of eastern North America's best scenery and cycling roads. And hills. This is also a giant asteroid-hits-the-earth-165 million-years-ago CRATER.
Charlevoix Quebec - Baie-Saint-Paul to St-Joseph-de-la-Rive and back tiger2007 Dec 11th Canada > Quebec > Quebec 37.7km Recreational, Training, Onroad, Smooth, Steep, Intermediate, Difficult, Low traffic, High traffic, Safe, Rural, Scenic
A great ride in Quebec's Charlevoix mountains. THis ride follows the top of the coast to the next village, where it plunges down to sea level and then climbs back up to the top with a section of 20% hill. Some of the hills here are featured in the Velo Mag article on Charlevoix hill climbs. Three of these are on this ride (two as climbs and one as a descent). Cap aux Corbeau, Les Eboulements, and Cote de Misere. Check out the FREE ferry ride option to Isle aux Coudres
Cote des Eboulements ou Grande Cote, Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada tiger2007 Nov 30th Canada > Quebec > Joliette 5.3km Recreational, Onroad, Smooth, Steep, Difficult, Rural, Scenic
Starting in St-Joseph-de-la-rive, go uphill to the Rt 362 on newly rebuilt road. The steep part is an 18% climb. Near Baie-St-Paul, This climb is featured in the Automne 2007 Velo Mag magazine feature on amazing Charlevoix road bike climbs.
Cote de Petite-Riviere, Charlevoix, Quebec tiger2007 Nov 30th Canada > Quebec > Joliette 10.4km Training, Onroad, Steep, Difficult, Rural, Scenic
Starting in Petite-Riviere-Saint-Francois, go uphill to the Rt 138. Located near Baie-St-Paul, This climb is featured in the Automne 2007 Velo Mag magazine feature on amazing Charlevoix road bike hill climbs. This is in one of Quebec's most beautiful regions.
Cote a Godin ou Misere, Charlevoix, Quebec tiger2007 Nov 30th Canada > Quebec > Joliette 2.6km Recreational, Training, Onroad, Steep, Difficult, Rural, Scenic
Starting in St-Joseph-de-la-rive, go uphill to the Rt 362 on Cote a Godin, or Cote Misere (Misery Hill) with a 20% climb. Near Baie-St-Paul, This climb is featured in the Automne 2007 Velo Mag magazine feature on amazing Charlevoix road bike climbs.
Saint-Alexis-des-Monts to hotel Lac Sacacomie, Quebec tiger2007 Nov 12th Canada > Quebec > Joliette 14.3km Recreational, Training, Onroad, Smooth, Steep, Difficult, Low traffic, Rough, Rural, Scenic
Saint-Alexis-des-Saints to hotel Lac Sacacomie, Quebec
Westmount-Clarke and Aberdeen tiger2007 Nov 12th Canada > Quebec > Joliette 1.6km Training, Onroad, Steep, Difficult, Urban, Scenic
Clarke is the killer wall of Westmount, aberdeen and above is sweet switchbacks.
Northern Lanaudiere Hill ride tiger2007 Nov 6th Canada > Quebec > Joliette 90km Recreational, Onroad, Smooth, Steep, Intermediate, Difficult, Low traffic, Safe, Rural, Scenic
start in St-Jean-de-Matha, ride counter-clockwise. Villages are Ste-Emilie-de-l'Energie and Ste-Beatrix. There are some occasional convenience stores (dep's). You pass over the gorge of the regional park along the waterfalls of the L'Assomption river. Some good climbs. New pavement in most previously-bad pavement sections. 1000 metres of climbing. Good descents. The pair of big hills are the roads to-and from St-Emilie. Amazing scenic lookout at top of first giant hill.

1 Comments:

At 4:33 AM, Blogger H649 said...

Hi! I didn't know where to place this item. I've taken the route verte "Soulanges Canal" right to Quebec border/Ontario stops. This link www.waterfronttrail.org explains the Waterfront Trail. According the website, it' a
largely separated, 680-kilometer (420-mile) pathway in Ontario
stretching along the shores of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence
River from Niagara-on-the-Lake to the Quebec border (See map area 7, and download profile wt-7-07.pdf. The Ontario trails links with the route verte near Rivere Beaudette) and download Currently, about
85 percent of the trail is designated and signed, while the remainder has yet to be completed.

 

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