Parc Lineaire le P'tit Train du Nord, Sainte-Adele

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  • Accessible to all skiers from beginners to professionals. Going through different villages and along the RIVIERE DU NORD ( river) there are some bistro style resraurant along the way. A scenic route.  more »
  • We really enjoyed this as a cycling route. We were fortunate to be on a mostly paved route. The views were spectacular. It seems the first week of October is the peak for the fall colors. Definitely r...  more »
  • We started in St-Jérôme (km 0) to Mont-Laurier (km 200). From one B&B to the next with 56 to 65 km per day. Restaurants of all kinds all along the way. Best bike path I have ever seen.  more »
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  • Beautiful bicycle a small part in asphalt and the rest in the land very small gravel. It really is a beautiful place and st-Jérôme station is the ideal place to park the car and start this course. Parking lots are free weekends
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  • In summer you will find festivals and performances. There is possibility to rent bicycles, there are exhibitions in the old railway station also. It is a place to visit if you're close. It is also a historic site. In was if it is too hot, take a walk over the water fountain. You'll be refreshed instantly!
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  • Very nice pesiclable.
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  • Great track for bicycle touring.
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