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Level: Advanced
Length: 80 mi (128.7 km)
Surface: Doubletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +1,118/1 ft
Total: 59 riders
 

Mountain Biking Mont Sainte-anne

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#5 of 83 mountain bike trails in Quebec
#850 in the world

This is a network of XC and DH tracks in the Mont Sainte-Anne mountain (ski
resort).

First added by Nicroco13 on May 10, 2020. Last updated May 10, 2020. → add an update
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Getting there
From Québec City
Take Highway Dufferin-Montmorency (#440 East) and Route 138 East,
following indications for Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and Mont-Sainte-Anne. In Beaupré, follow Route 360 to Mont-Sainte-Anne.

From Montréal
Take either Highway 20 East or 40 East to Highway Henri 1V Nord (#73 North),
and Highway 40 East, then Route 138 East, following indications for Sainte-
Anne-de-Beaupré and Mont-Sainte-Anne. In Beaupré, follow Route 360 to Mont-Sainte-Anne.
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  • Downhill Mike
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    Lots of winter fat bike trails open here right now. You can easily put in 40km ride with mostly singletrack. Thank you Sainte Ann for keeping so many trails open

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  • phil05
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    Like Bromont, this is a place where chairlift accessed DH is at its best. However, this review is for the XC network. First, expect lot of climbing. This is a huge network of mainly gravel doubletracks and nordic skiing trail. Scattered across the network you can find stretches of singletracks. Some are well built, others are more "raw", with less flow. Like another reviewer said, expect lot of roots there. Overall, this is a nice network good for training, but i would not go there for an epic weekend day.

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  • singingdog
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    Large network of trails, with everything from gravel road to tough single track. Don't go if you don't like riding roots!. Even "easy" singletrack is covered with roots. Good luck finding a route: the trail map/trail signage is terrible and very difficult to navigate.

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  • *****

    Sweet pump track at the bottom of the mountain

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  • pero79
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    Cross-country trails will be open on may 19th, downhill on may 26th.

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