Ciudad de Quebec, Canadá
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clock-o4 horas (aprox.)
ticket-oEntrada para dispositivos móviles
commentIdiomas disponibles: Inglés y 1 más

Descripción general

No deje pasar la oportunidad de ver las majestuosas cataratas de Montmorency en este recorrido en bicicleta de 4 horas desde el casco antiguo de Quebec. Un viaje en teleférico a la cima le ofrece unas vistas privilegiadas de las estruendosas aguas. Además, se dirigirá en bicicleta hasta Domaine de Maizerets, una lujosa finca que se convirtió en un parque urbano, y verá a los windsurfistas en lBeauport Bay, con el pintoresco telón de fondo de Île d'Orleans. Por el camino, un experto guía comparte la historia de la ciudad de Quebec. Este recorrido para grupos pequeños limitado a 15 personas les encantará a los usuarios de todos los niveles.


Opiniones del viajero en Viator

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, may 2016

excelente, entretenido, informativo
100 recomendable

, sep 2018

Fun and not very strenuous!

, ago 2018

The ride was nice. The only problem was if you were in the back of the pack and have a problem nobody can hear you call for assistance. A way to communicate would be nice

, jul 2018

This was a great trip. The biking was very easy. Definitely go in the morning if you can as the afternoon gets really crowded at the falls. Raymond our guide was awesome.

, jul 2018

This is a fun ride with great bikes and very informative guides. We had a great time. I have to say more to be able to publidh the review.

, nov 2017

Tour begins at a bike shop that was only a few minutes' walk from the cruise ship terminal. Staff and guides were fully bilingual and very pleasant. Our group was approximately 15 with two guides. Bicycles were in good condition with handy front basket in which we found our sack lunch and a bottle holder for the complimentary water bottle. Except for a few stop light controlled intersections, the entire route is on dedicated bike paths.

On our day there had been rain earlier but the weather was overcast and not too cold during the tour. It was just under one hour--with several rest stops at points of interest--each way to and from the falls. The lead guide was knowledgable about Quebec and personable.

The stay at the falls lasts about an hour. It includes the gondola up to the bridge across the falls and a walk down numerous wooden steps on the far side. Or, if steps are not your thing, you can return on the gondola. Scenery and photo ops will be weather dependent both for sunlight and volume of water over the falls.

We recommend this tour for all who enjoy biking.

, nov 2017

We had a wonderful bike ride on a beautiful day. Our guide was great! He was warm and friendly and gave us lots of interesting information about the area and the plant life. I highly recommend this tour.

, oct 2017

Bike riding was for the most part pretty level. Just small hills. Beautiful scenery and guide showed us many things and gave us ample time at the falls. Biking on return was much faster than to falls. A little harder for me, but doable. All in all a great trip!!

, oct 2017

The bike tour left Quebec from near the Public Market and traveled along a system of bicycle trails for approximately 10 miles until we reached Montmorency Falls. We then took a cable car to the top of the falls, walked across a bridge over the falls then back down a series of stairs. The Falls are spectacular. We returned to Quebec along the trails we had come on. The guide paced the trip perfectly with times to discuss what we were seeing! Great excursion.

, oct 2017

The lovely trip was made better by our guide, Guy. He was really knowledgeable of the local history, and also the local plants. I would recommend this trip to all my friends in the future.

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