We were lucky enough to ride the Linear Park Petit-Temis for the whole day.
"The first bike trail in Canada to cross provincial boundaries, linking Québec and New Brunswick.
This gravel path, now reserved for cyclists and pedestrians, spans a distance of 134 kilometers that traces the route of an old railway line. Though it climbs into the hills, the inclines of the trail are gradual and highly accessible, nowhere exceeding a grade of 4%.
Rest stops with benches and rain shelters are present all along the trail at regular intervals, and depending on the location, visitor parking is available.
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