The perfect gift to yourself when you ride at Mont- Sainte-Anne, is to start from the top of the mountain. You will have access to the whole bike network and enjoy the magnificient view but mostly, you will preserve your legs for the rest of the day.
La Baptême is a new 4.5 km Enduro trail built in 2019! Despite being the most recent, its reputation is well established; a beautiful flowy trail that starts from the top, accessible for everyone but with different lines to satisfy the most experienced! Plus, she was lengthened at the end of the season to join directly the hundreds of kilometers of the cross-country trails. Definitely the favourite of many on the team!
LENGTH: 4.5 km
Started in 2015, this trail was designed section by section, which in Québec slang is known as “boutte à boutte”. Huge berms, a lot of bridges, great flow, and hidden technical challenges. It links the base of the mountain to the campground sector.
LENGTH: 5.3 km
Fulfilled by Mont-Sainte-Anne Cyclist Club, Adorila is simply the name of the owner of the sugar shack found in the middle of the trail (Adorila Caron). Full of berms and jumps, this trail always offers chicken passes to please all levels and get an immersive initiation !
LENGTH: 0.6 km
Built by the same community behind La Yable, L’Avenue Royale brings us through a succession of drops, berms and a nice bridge. It said to be smoother than the Royale avenue, a nearby main road !
LENGTH: 0.6 km
The best flowy trail you can find South of the Jean-Larose river, La Cairn is unique for its flow and its piles of stones, which are called cairns.
LENGTH: 1.2 km
LA BOUCLE D'OR
Maybe this trail is called Boucle d’Or because it is a magnificent loop of banked turns, or is it because of the haircut of the guy who shaped it? Well, both! Best family trail around, this 2-km-long pump track is a hit guaranteed.
LENGTH: 2.7 km
While riding the berms and flowy turns, you might see an old Chevy carcass discovered while building the trail. Will you have the gut to climb or jump the wall ?
LENGTH: 0.8 km
Rider: Sarah Keenan
Do you know Germain? He’s the artist behind the shovel who shaped the multiple and fluid banked turns of La Germaine, named after his name. Where to find this trail? Follow the mustaches.
LENGTH: 1.6 km
In Québec slang, “c’est pas Yable” mean “it’s not good”. However, take the negation out of the sentence and you get “La Yable”, which in this case means absolutely great! Built by an enthusiast trail building community, this trail takes us to elevate our skills, particularly while ramping up the 70-foot-long Beaulieu bridge! Protection gear is highly recommended.