Rimouski – Appalaches

Raccourci Québec Bikepacking Traverse


82% non-pavé

69%
unpaved road
2%
unpaved bikepath
11%
doubletrack
18%
paved road

52 kilomètres

685 mètres de dénivelé positif

13,1 m / km


Écourte le Québec Bikepacking Traverse de:
356 km
3 840 mètres de dénivelé positif

Connect with:

Segment VI

Segment VII


External links:

Rimouski - Forestville Ferry

 

 

 

BAS-ST-LAURENT

Rimouski - Appalaches Shortcut

 

 

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