La Transgaspesie (Video)
Earlier this summer, Evan Molyneaux and five friends set out on La Transgaspésie route in Quebec, and their trip was full of unexpectedly beautiful landscapes and challenging days on remote dirt roads. Watch their short post-trip video here…
The La Transgaspésie is a 450-kilometre route that takes about a week to ride as it traverses the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec, Canada. The area is well known for its beauty, and the route takes riders through a variety of landscapes, including mountains, crystal clear rivers, deep valleys, and a breathtaking finish at the sea cliffs of Land’s End. In July, six friends set out on the route and put together this heartwarming short video that already has us longing for summer days. Watch the five-minute video below, followed by a gallery of photos and a map of their route.
La Transgaspésie Route
Traversing the Gaspé Peninsula, a region well-known in Québec for its incredible beauty, La Transgaspésie is a weeklong bikepacking route that travels through a variety of landscapes, including alpine mountains, crystal clear rivers, deep valleys, and a breathtaking finish at the sea cliffs of Land’s End. Find the map below and the full route guide here.
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