Jean-Guy Hinse
Lucie Pellerin

Parcours Louis-Joseph Papineau

Saint-André-Avellin (Québec), Canada

A unique 10-km, intermediate-level cycling route from Saint-André-Avellin to Saint-Sixte. As you pedal along the gravel path, view works by talented artists participating in the Pierre qui roule (“rolling stone”) art and nature symposium. Stop at the two lookouts to admire the scenery, beautiful in every season, from the fresh greens of early summer to the dazzling colours of fall. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area. In winter, the trail is open for snowshoeing!

Characteristics

  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking

BIKE PATHS

  • Total length: 14 km
  • Crushed stone off-road bike path

Services on site

  • Intermediate path

Hiking

  • Total length: 14 km
  • Intermediate path
  • Picnic area
  • Washrooms

Nearby attractions

40 m

Auberge Petite-Nation

140 m

Le Brasse-Camarade Dépanneur spécialisé

470 m

Kisisam Patisserie

540 m

Musée des pionniers

550 m

Camping Saint-André-Avellin

740 m

Twist Fibre Festival

880 m

Gîte Gil-Ann

960 m

St-André-Avellin Western Festival and Professional Rodeo

1.12 km

Le Café du Bistrot

3.59 km

Flaneuse - Natural care products & Artisan soap factory

Blogs and routes

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