A private tour for small groups, dates by appointment
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“The Little Train of the North” once brought tourists from Montreal into the Laurentian mountains for skiing and summer vacations. Now that the train is a bike path, it’s the perfect environment for you to explore spectacular scenery and unbelievably good local cuisine. It’s 200km / 125 miles of blissful car-free riding through the Laurentians over four days with an extra day added on to explore Montreal by bike.
Our suggested itinerary for this bike tour is a 7-day/6-night trip staying in hotels and inns. Each stop along the way focuses on amazing local cuisine and beverages that will blow you away, with many interesting sights to explore.
But just like all of our other tours…you will never need a car to get to the ride. This tour has all the details figured out to get you (and your bike) from New York City to Montreal (and back again) for a fantastic ride.
A typical tour includes:
- Transport of your bike from NYC to Montreal so that you can take the train with our team…or an airplane (or drive) on your own.
- We meet you in Montreal and get you settled in with your bike at a hotel in Montreal.
- Guided day ride of Montreal.
- Transportation from Montreal to the start of the P’Tit Train du Nord bike path of you, your bike and luggage.
- 4 days of riding (approximately 30 miles per day) on the path. (Options to ride additional mileage are available). This is a relatively easy, flat ride since it is 100% rail-trail.
- Transportation back to Montreal at the end of the ride, with another night spent in Montreal.
- Leave for home the next day and we transport your bike back to NYC
- 6 nights total accommodations.
- Most meals included (certain meals are not included to give you flexibility to explore).
The exact price of each tour depends on the number of riders and the types of accommodations you want. For more information, contact Lukas at 917-748-1119 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The following is an example itinerary: