The soul of the Capitale-Nationale will quickly get your heart rate up. Discover the locations and our courses.
At the heart of the lower town lies the magnificent Louise Basin – calm waters regulated by a lock system provide you with a controlled environment. As a hub of international trade in Quebec, the Port of Quebec City provides a magnificent public site for hosting numerous high-level activities, including competitions. It’s a unique opportunity to excel in a grandiose setting, surrounded by sailboats and a larger-than-life backdrop: Old Quebec.
Who wants to settle for a quiet river? From the old port, head towards Dufferin-Montmorency Highway. Exceptionally closed to traffic for the occasion, this stretch runs along the river with a slight incline, approaching the grand Montmorency Falls. Thrills are guaranteed!
The running course is first and foremost a journey through 400 years of history and a UNESCO-recognized world heritage. Explore Kébec – “where the river narrows” in Algonquin – along docks 21 and 22 of the port, on the outskirts of the Rivière-Saint-Charles with an incursion into Old Quebec. A flat course, with a view of Orleans Island, the Saint-Lawrence River, and its 1,001 vessels. The finish line will be at the Agora of the Port of Quebec City, a magnificent site located on the banks of the Saint-Lawrence River. What better way to celebrate your accomplishment or self-transcendence than with a breathtaking view of the Château Frontenac?