Corridor du Littoral & Promenade Samuel-de-Champlain

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in Québec City

Starting southwest of Québec City at Cap-Rouge and extending northeast via the Old Lower Town to Montmorency Falls, the Corridor du Littoral is a 48km multipurpose recreation path along the St Lawrence River, popular with cyclists, walkers and in-line skaters. The heart of the path is the Promenade Samuel-de-Champlain, an especially beautiful 2.5km section.

The promenade was constructed for Québec’s 400th anniversary celebrations in 2008 and is lined with sculptures, sports fields and green space, with a cafe and a 25m observation tower at Quai des Cageux, the eastern end of the Promenade Samuel-de-Champlain.