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Cyclopark PPJ

Wyman to Isle-aux-Allumettes, (Québec), Canada

Searching for your next cycling or hiking destination? The Cyclopark PPJ in the Pontiac is a 92-km bike path and natural park developed around an old railroad between Bristol and L’Isle-aux-Allumettes. It crosses a varied landscape of farms, swamps, fields and forests. Allow for stops in the small and welcoming villages—you’ll be pleasantly surprised by their rich cultural and architectural heritage, unique in the Outaouais. The Pontiac is located less than an hour from Canada’s National Capital.

Mountain or hybrid bicycles are strongly suggested

Characteristics

  • Free parking

BIKE PATHS

  • Total length: 92 km
  • Part of the Route verte
  • Crushed stone off-road bike path

Services on site

  • Easy path
  • Hiking
  • Picnic area
  • Washrooms

Hiking

  • Total length: 92 km
  • Easy path
  • Picnic area
  • Washrooms

Nearby attractions

1.2 km

Pontiac Heritage road trip

5.2 km

Domaine de Pontiac Village

5.6 km

Willow Lane Alpacas

5.9 km

Bristol Tourist information Relay

8.6 km

Ferme Pure Conscience

9.2 km

Coronation Hall Cider Mills

12 km

Hôtel Pine lodge

15.4 km

Le Ruthledge

16.6 km

Pontiac Home Bakery

17.1 km

Gîte O'bordeleau B&B

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