Cycling path

Set on a former railway line, the Interprovincial Linear Park Petit Témis is the first interprovincial cycling network in Canada. It connects Rivière-du-Loup (Quebec) to Edmundston (New Brunswick).

Punctuated by several stops, one at every 2 km (average), the path is just as interesting to explore on foot. The path of the bottom is gravel composed Ø 3/8 and the maximum slope is 4% and making it accessible to all.

The southern portion of 63 km along the Madawaska River and follows the contours of Lake Témiscouata on the majority of the course. With this cyclocross track, you have access to a range of diversified activities. Whether to breathe the fresh and invigorating air of nature, or discover the five (5) municipalities either, Edmundston, Saint-Jacques, New Brunswick and Dégelis (information outlets from mid-May to mid-October), Notre-Dame-du-Lac, Quebec and  Cabano, the Petit Témis is “drawn” to measure for ecotourism. The most beautiful section is unquestionably one between Cabano in Dégelis (28 km one way) because it constantly runs along the Témiscouata lake that is a length of 42 km.