Riding Quebec’s Newest Bike Park Blind
First impressions from Christina Chappetta and Jason Lucas
Just over an hour east of Quebec City lies Le Massif de Charlevoix—Quebec’s newest lift-accessed bike park. With 800 meters of elevation to play with, Le Massif de Charlevoix already has a strong baseline of trails to ride. Christina already had the pleasure of sampling some of the goods last fall, but this time brought Jason along to show him around. Follow the two as they make their way down Le Massif’s network blind.
Mountain biking with Christina Chappetta, and no shortage of views on the way up Bus Jaune.
Sometimes you just need to stop and soak it all in… before dropping in.
Histoire Sans Fin or The Never Ending Story is the best bang for your buck on the mountain. With endless corners, rollers, and flow this one is a must-hit.
Once you’re warmed up, Whipette is a great trail to get a bit more airtime with larger jumps and rollers.
Gros Boeuf is a double black tech trail that features steep rolls and tight switchbacks.
Basilic, which is essentially a downhill pumptrack, is an insanely fun way to end a lap. In the distance, you can see the under construction Club Med, but the resort is now fully open and welcoming guests.
Bonsoir, Le Massif.