4 Day Tour with transfer and hotel

4 days
3 nights

4 Day Grand Tour with transfer and Hotel

This package was created with a view to combine comfort and a faster pace. By skipping the least interesting part of the Blueberry Trail, which allows you to bike around Lac-St-Jean in 4 days and 3 nights in hotels and motels. This itinerary still allows you to enjoy the region’s most renowned attractions and its beautiful landscapes. 

Duration: 4 days, 3 nights
Distance: 231km
Difficulty: Intermediate
Accommodation:   Hotels and motels
From 607$ per person plus taxes in double occupancy

Option Val Jalbert: 757$ per person in double occupancy (plus taxes)

Option Val Jalbert: including a Breakfast, a Daypass to visit the village Val Jalbert and 4 courses table d'hôte dinner at the Restaurant du Moulin



Day 1: Shuttle from Alma to Pointe-Taillon National Park then bike to Dolbeau-Mistassini (70 km)  

For your first day, we offer you a shuttle from Alma to Saint-Henri-de-Taillon, where you will start your cycling holiday through the Pointe Taillon National Park. Do not hesitate to stop on the way to enjoy the magnificent beaches of Lac St-Jean while taking a dip. Afterwards, you will set off for Dolbeau-Mistassini where you will stay in a 3-star hotel.

* Possibility of taking the ferry from Pointe-Taillon National Park to shorten this day.

Day 2:    Dolbeau-Mistassini to Saint-Félicien (57 km)   

Pedal your way towards Saint-Félicien during your second day and spend the whole day at the renowned Zoo Sauvage de Saint-Félicien (Saint-Félicien Wildlife Zoo). Don’t forget to check what’s on tap at the microbrewery La Chouape before calling it a day at your 3 or 4-star hotel. 

Day 3:  Saint-Félicien to Chambord (50 km)   

Start your third day with cheese! Enjoy a tasting and learn how to make it at the cheese dairy Fromagerie Perron located in the heart of Saint-Prime. Then, travel in time for an afternoon and experience life in the 1920s at Val-Jalbert’s authentic historical village. At the end of the day, you’ll spend the night in a 3-star accommodation in the village of Chambord.   

Day 4: Chambord to Alma (45 km)  

Begin your last day biking along the beaches of Métabetchouan. Then, make thirst-quenching and tasty pit stops in Saint-Gédéon at the microbrewery Microbrasserie du Lac Saint-Jean and at the cheese dairy Fromagerie Médard. Finally, it’s back to Alma as you attack the last stretch and complete your tour of the lake.  


All our packages are customizable. Please communicate your needs with one of our employees when making your reservation.


This package includes 

  • Pre-departure information session; 
  • Shuttle from Alma to St-Henri-de-Taillon;
  • Equinox’s support in case any problems arise; 
  • Personalised luggage transport; 
  • Bike touring bags to carry your daily necessities;
  • Overnight accommodations and breakfasts. 

Not included 

  • Bicycles (rentals available); 
  • Tourist visits, lunches and suppers (we give you all the information to find the best places);
  • Transport between your point of departure and Alma (possibility to travel by train or bus).

Option Val Jalbert:

With the inclusions above it includes :

  • Daypass to visit the village Val Jalbert and 4 courses table d'hôte dinner at the Restaurant du Moulin

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Most frequently asked questions

s What is a personalized departure?
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A personalized departure is custom-made solution based on your needs. You therefore choose the departure date that suits you best. You will have a private preparation meeting according to your itinerary. Only your group will be present during this meeting.

This is the only type of departure available at Equinox Aventure. We do not have a fixed date departure. We do not offer the option to create groups with people traveling alone, the responsibility of forming a group rests on the customer before booking with us.

s What happens in case of bad weather?
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In case of bad weather, our activities still hold. Therefore, we recommend that you bring appropriate clothing for any type of weather.

s Would there be restaurants on the road?
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Most towns and villages around Lac Saint-Jean have at least one restaurant, a small market or a convenience store. However, some sections of the Blueberry Tril can be more isolated. Also, some restaurants may have unusual opening hours. When this is the case, we provide you with all the necessary information before you it the road.

You can also view an interactive map here.une carte interactive ici.

s When should I tell your team about what equipment I will need?
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To be sure that you will have access to the equipment you need (panniers, repair kit, etc.) on the day of your departure, we recommend that you let us know as soon as possible or during your reservation in order to be able to reserve these items for your trip.

s Is there signal everywhere around Lac-Saint-Jean?
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Yes, there is signal everywhere around Lac-Saint-Jean.

s Are there toilets on the road?
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Most of the municipalities around Lac-Saint-Jean have rest stops and sanitary blocks accessible for cyclists. You can therefore easily have access to these services near the Blueberry Trail throughout your trip.

Here is the list of the rest stops.

s What is the type of road, the drop, and the level of difficulty of the Blueberry Trail?
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The Blueberry Trail is 100% asphalted, with the exception of the 15km of Pointe-Taillon National Park. The whole route is qualified as easy to intermediate. There are only three short inclines of 9% or more.

Distribution according to the Véloroute des Bleuets:

  • Cycle paths (105 km) - 43%
  • Cycle lanes (8 km) - 3%
  • Paved shoulders (82 km) - 34%
  • Designated roadway (48 km) - 20%
s What do the terms Recreational, Cyclo-touring and Cyclosportive mean in the description of the bike packages?
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It is a method of classifying tours, inspired by that used by the Véloroute du Fjord du Saguenay.

  • Recreational itineraries have short distances, little difference in elevation and are suitable for family outings.
  • The classified cyclo-tourism circuit are designed to cover longer distances while remaining accessible to all. They allow time to visit tourist attractions and appreciate the landscapes of the region.
  • The Cyclosportive itinerary, on the other hand, are more difficult and will suit experienced cyclists who want a journey with long distances and more elevations.
s In what does the support offered by Equinox Aventure consist of?
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Our support ensures that you can escape with peace of mind. If there are any problems, you can contact us and we will find a solution for you. We can, for example, offer a bicycle replacement in the event of mechanical breakdown or transport in the event of an injury on the road.

We also provide you with the necessary tools so that you can remain independent in the event of a minor breakage such as a flat tire.

s Is the rack included with the panniers?
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Racks are not included with the rental of panniers. You must therefore have a rack on your own bike.

As an alternative, we have some small panniers that can be installed on the handlebars. We also have a few racks that can be rented, however these are not compatible with all types of bikes, depending on your bike frame structure.