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A network of bicycle paths allows to discover Sept-Îles and its area safely.
 
In Sept-Îles, streets are wide, and the vast majority of the city is flat. Identified cycle paths make it a popular city for cyclists and inline skaters.
 
Bike rental is available at the Sept-Îles Tourism Information Center.
 
Starting from the town center, an asphalt road separated from the main road runs along Laure Boulevard and Route 138 to cross the Jardins de l'Anse and join Parc Ferland, 6 kilometers to the West. In case you need some rest, you may stop to discover on foot the 12 themed gardens of the Jardin du Ruisseau Bois-Joli. This trail then continues along the gravel road of the Nature Trails for 4 kilometers and reaches the Aylmer-Whittom Park, offering a magnificent viewpoint of the Bay.
 
At the end of the city, in the direction of the East, the promenade of Steelworks is an asphalted track and separated from the main road for 5 kilometers. This will bring you to the sector of Beach Monaghan. If you like, you can easily follow Rue de la Rive for another 6 kilometers to Lévesque beach.
 
For the more athletics, head North along Holliday Street to leave the city center and then take the chemin du Lac Daigle.
7 kilometers after the end of the city-centre, and two slopes, the Belvedere of the Daigle Lake will offer you a magnificent point of view on the city, the bay and the archipelago of Sept-Îles. Continuing for 3 kilometers, you will discover Daigle Lake and its residential area.

 

  • 418 962-1238
  • 1401, Boul. Laure
    Sept-Îles, QC G4R 4K1
  • bike rental

  • Type of activities: 
    Summer