La Route Verte: The Long Road to Becoming an International Destination

August 8, 2008 | 0 comments

Following in the footsteps (or, rather, the tire tracks) of Denmark’s national cycle routes, Britain’s National Cycle Network, and the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy in the United States, Québec’s Route Verte is the longest bicycle network in North America, covering over 4,000 kilometres and traveling through more than 320 municipalities.

Read the full article by Jay Istvanffy in Momentum Magazine at:

La Route Verte: The Long Road to Becoming an International Cycle Tourist Destination | Momentum – The Magazine For Self Propelled People!

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