How to get here

 

By plane :

Jean-Lesage International Airport is located only 20 km away from downtown Quebec and welcomes each year more than 300 daily regular flights coming from many destinations in Europe, North and South America.

Here are the main airlines :

 

By bus :

The company Orléans Express connects Quebec City to other cities in the province and in Canada.


Orléans Express (www.orleansexpress.com)


By train :

VIA Rail network covers Canada from coast to coast. Each year 4 millions passengers go aboard and ride across the 18 500km railway network. VIA Rail is mainly present in the Quebec-Windsor corridor passing through Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston and Toronto. Classical Transcontinental travels great distances : dining room and panoramic section. 4 daily departures from Quebec to Montreal and from Montreal to Quebec between 6 am and 6 pm.


Via Rail (www.viarail.ca)
 

By car :

Located 250 km drive from Montreal (2 hours and a half), Quebec City is easily accessible through major highways.

Rent a car :

 

Driving directions to Mont-Sainte-Anne

With a car :

From Québec City
Take Highway Dufferin-Montmorency (#440 East) and Route 138 East, following indications for Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and Mont-Sainte-Anne. In Beaupré, follow Route 360 to Mont-Sainte-Anne.
 

From Sainte-Foy or Pierre-Laporte Bridge
Take Highway Henri 1V North (#73 North), and Highway 40 East, then Route 138 East, following indications for Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and Mont-Sainte-Anne. In Beaupré, follow Route 360 to Mont-Sainte-Anne.
 

From Montréal
Take either Highway 20 East or 40 East to Highway Henri 1V Nord (#73 North), and Highway 40 East, then Route 138 East, following indications for Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and Mont-Sainte-Anne. In Beaupré, follow Route 360 to Mont-Sainte-Anne.

 

With a bike :

Marie-Hélène-Prémont Bike Trail - 55km
Named after a local Olympic hero, the Marie-Hélène-Prémont Bike Trail is close to 55 km long. It passes by no fewer than seven of the region’s towns and municipalities: Boischatel, L’Ange-Gardien, Château-Richer, Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, Beaupré, Saint-Joachim, and Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges. The cycling route follows a designated roadway that sees only slow-moving traffic (50 kph). It’s the perfect way to admire all the attractions Route de la Nouvelle-France has to offer along Avenue Royale. The vast trail, which was created by extending the bike path at the foot of Montmorency Falls, combines nature, culture, and sport and leads to both Cap Tourmente Wildlife Area and the amazing mountain biking trails at Mont-Sainte-Anne.