Northern Témiscamingue is an ideal biking destination. In this area, traffic is moderate, most road shoulders are paved, and a 45-km-long biking route is reserved specifically for cyclists. The landscapes offered (in both the forest and the countryside) are magnificent.
Ligne du Mocassin Cycling Trail819-629-3355 x 119
Ligne du Mocassin is a 45-km stone dust cycling path built on a converted Canadian Pacific railway. Hop on your bike and discover Témiscamingue along this route dotted with lakes, marshes, forests and farmland.
Témiscamingue BlueberriesGuérin - Nédélec - Rémigny (70 km)
Along this relatively flat trail on route 101, you will cross the Montreuil blueberry field. On route 391, a few arduous hills await. A slight detour from the circuit will lead you to the Guérin blueberry field. Generally, there is little traffic in this area.
Villages and CountrysideNotre-Dame-du-Nord - Guérin - Angliers (60 km)
This meandering circuit provides you with beautiful views of Lake Temiskaming and Lac des Quinze. This route passes through the Timiskaming First Nation community.
The Dam RouteNotre-Dame-du-Nord - Angliers - St-Eugène-de-Guigues (39 km)
This circuit travels through a dam and a spillway along the Rivière des Quinze. Here, the water’s power will be more evident than ever before. The route’s lovely views will make you forget its tougher hills.