Discover the Essential sights of Montreal by Bike

Our South Tour covers the essential sights of the south of Montreal: Mont-Royal, McGill University, Downtown, Old Montreal, the Notre-Dame Basilica, Old Port Boardwalk, and Plateau side-streets. Easy going riding mostly on bicycle paths, and full of interesting anecdotes, need to know history, and a big dose of urban culture!

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Tour Information

Schedule : Daily

Departures at 10am & 2pm

Price :

Adult $75, kids & teens $25-$65

Duration : 3hrs

Includes Bike, Helmet, Water, and a Coffee or Ice-Cream break!

Distance:

7 miles/10 km on bike paths and quiet streets

Explore The City's Heart

Our South Tour ride is a whirlwind loop of the southern heart of the city, where we cover Montreal’s must-see sights. The first half of the tour begins with an up close view of Mont-Royal, a ride through the downtown McGill University campus, and a descent into the historic Old Montreal, where we navigate the narrow cobblestone streets.

After a short break we ride the Old Port boardwalk, where we'll see a functioning canal, massive former industrial port buildings, a floating nordic spa, and a gorgeous view across the river of two islands where Montreal's Expo 67 World's Fair was held.  The tour finishes zig zagging through the side streets of the colourful and quaint Plateau neighbourhood.

Your guide will share need to know history, tell their favourite stories, and point out all the little things you may miss on your own.  We encourage our guides to make each and every tour their own!

We recommend to combine this South Tour with our North Tour in order to see it all! 

* Note: We are happy to accommodate kids from 1 to 9 years, but they are required to ride with and adult on the back of a cargo bike or in a child seat.  See some examples here!


Check out our other Bike Tours

North Bike Tour

Book any second tour and obtain a 10% discount!

North + South Combo

Book these two tours together and obtain 25% off the second tour!

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