Our bike tour in Montreal kicks off on the shores of Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont. Follow the Island Line Trail north from Burlington, then hop on a bike ferry to cruise across to the Lake Champlain Islands. Visit the tiny village of North Hero, as well Vermont’s first vineyard and winery. Once you cross the border into Canada, you’ll bike along the Richelieu River to St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, breaking for lunch at the beautiful Ile-aux-Noix, home to the Fort Lennox National Historic Site of Canada. Follow the Path du Canal-de-Chambly north along with a series of locks to the village of Chambly. From there, ride a series of bike paths into Montreal, where you’ll stay in a hotel at the edge of the Latin Quarter and the Quartier des Spectacle. On your final morning, join your tour group and 15,000 others for the annual, festive Tour de L’Ile, a 35-mile, cordoned-off route through the streets of Montreal.
Start your Montreal weekend cycling trip leaving north out of Burlington on the Island Line Trail, then cross to the Lake Champlain Islands via a bike ferry. After settling into your room at Shore Acres Inn, enjoy a swim in the lake or visit the tiny village of North Hero.
Cross the border into Canada. The Richelieu River is never far from your route to the town of St-Jean-sur-Richelieu. Break for lunch at a beautiful Île-aux-Noix along the Richelieu River. Following lunch, ride north to Saint-Jeansur-sur-Richelieu and your lodging at Auberge Harris.
Today’s ride follows the Path du Canal-de-Chambly north to the charming village of Chambly along an intricate series of locks. The route continues from Chambly to Montréal following bike paths into the city. Explore the city from your hotel located conveniently on the edge of the Latin Quarter and the Quartier des Spectacle.
This morning, join your fellow tour participants and 15,000 others for the Tour de L’Île. This annual ride is a festive event that follows different routes through the Montréal on streets closed to vehicular traffic for this event. Following the conclusion of the ride, the group will be transported back to Burlington, Vermont.
Located in downtown Burlington near the shores of Lake Champlain, this boutique hotel also features a popular bar and restaurant.Lodging Website
Nestled in a quiet setting overlooking Lake Champlain, this lovely property features its own dock, tennis courts, and restaurant.Lodging Website
This spacious property along the Chambly Canal is owned and operated by the region's most spirited cycling advocate and is a short walk to restaurants in town.Lodging Website
Conveniently located to both the start and finish of the Tour de L'Ile, this full-service hotel is an easy walk to restaurants and shops.Lodging Website
Reserve one of our regularly scheduled trip dates for your private group and qualify for reduced pricing. The larger your group, the lower the per person price. Gather your friends and we’ll do the rest to provide your group with a truly personalized and memorable vacation. Smaller groups can join published trips and receive reduced pricing on trips that aren’t reserved as private trip dates.
For groups of 16-18 people traveling together on a published tour date, a 10% discount on the double occupancy trip price will apply.
For groups of 12-15 people traveling together on a published tour date, a discount of 8% on the double occupancy trip price will apply.
For groups of 8-11 people traveling together on a published date, a discount of 6% on the double occupancy trip price will apply.
Group discounts may not be combined with other offers.