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Welcome to Petit-Témi's website!

We hope you'll find pleasure and lots of useful information while visiting our website!

Contact us

Corporation sentier Rivière-du-Loup / Témiscouata
C.P 52
Rivière-du-Loup (Québec)  G5R 3Y7

Téléphone : 418 868-1869
Télécopieur: 418 868-0123
Courriel : petit-temis@outlook.com

Twitter: Le Petit-Témis - Officiel @PetitTemis

Instagram: sentierpetittemisofficiel

Description

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. Visit our kiosks for information on the services and attractions offered by the local communities that the trail passes through.

 

Take a ride and rediscover the beauty of nature

The northern section of the Petit Témis interprovincial trail leads one across fields and horse pastures into an expanse of calm forests, marshes and lakes -- a welcome refuge from the bustle of large cities and crowded tourist destinations.  Come explore this tame wildnerness, a hidden gem that calls to outdoors enthousiasts and families alike.

Rules and Policies

Permitted

  • Cyclists and hikers
  • Animals are allowed provided that they are on a leash
  • Camping in specified locations
  • Campfires only in allotted locations

Prohibited

  • Four-wheeled vehicles
  • Motorized vehicles not authorized by the Petit-Témis
  • Hunting on the property of the Petit-Témis
  • Horseback riding
  • Camping or campfires in any locations other than those allotted
  • Smoking while cycling
  • Littering along the trail
  • Consumption of alcoholic beverages

Dates of Operation

From May 1st to mid-June : Open, but without services and surveillance

From mid-June to the provincial Workers’ holiday : Visitors’ centres, services and patrollers are all available

From the Workers’ holiday to the end of October : Open, but without services and surveillance

 

In the summer season the trail is intended exclusively for cyclists and pedestrians.

In the winter season the trail is intended exclusively for snowmobiles.

Here is a collection of photos.  We hope that they will stir your curiosity to visit our trail and to come see, with your own eyes, the beauty of nature that ecapsulates it.