The route is divided into four sections of about 100 km each. Whether they are riding solo or with a team, participants must complete each section before going on to the next. At the end of each section, all participants will go through an intermediate station (or timing station), where they can do their team relays or rest before resuming the ride. Participants in the 808 Challenge must complete the route twice. Along the way, there will be water stations every 50 km.

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Start and finish:

Tremblant Resort, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

Tremblant Resort is the hub of the event.

Place des Voyageurs is the starting point for all categories and the finish line for all events. It is also the midpoint transition zone as well as the site of the exhibition village and various participant services.

Section 1

presented by :

Tremblant - Namur - Arundel


The first section is the shortest (93 km) and has the lowest elevation (883 m). Departing from Tremblant, participants take Montée Ryan to Highway 323, which takes them through the villages of Brébeuf and Amherst to Namur. From there, riders do a U-turn and go back on Hwy 323 to Amherst, turning at Rockway Valley road for the last sprint toward Huberdeau and finishing in Arundel.

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Section 2

presented by :

Arundel - Wenworth - Tremblant


The second section is the longest (107 km) and has an elevation of over 1,176 m. It starts on Highway 327 South and does a loop through Montcalm to Lost River, crossing Lac des Seize-Iles back to Arundel and ending in Tremblant. The route ascends gradually from Lost River until it crosses Montée Ste-Marie. For the return trip on Highway 364, the ride is predominantly descending until Arundel. The last leg winds through scenic farmlands and ends at Tremblant Resort, where the second timing and fuel/aid station is located.

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Section 3

presented by :

Tremblant - Le Nordet - Saint-Donat


The third section is the most challenging, with an elevation of 1,357 m and a distance of 103 km. From Tremblant, riders do a short loop to downtown Saint-Jovite. From there, they take the superb Chemin Duplessis alongside rivière du Diable until they get to Lac Supérieur, then the legendary Chemin du Nordet, ending the ride in Saint-Donat with a lap around Lac Archambault. The timing and fuel/aid station is located in the heart of the village of Saint-Donat.

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Section 4

presented by :

Saint-Donat - Lac Ouareau - Tremblant


The last section, before returning to Tremblant, starts on Highway 25 South and does a lap around Lac Ouareau before coming back toward Tremblant, still on Chemin du Nordet, passing through the municipality of Lac Supérieur and along the sinuous Chemin Duplessis. With one last small loop through the old Tremblant village on Montée Ryan, the riders complete the official course and the 404 Challenge. Participants registered in the 808 Challenge embark on their second loop of the 404 km route.

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Important information: for 808 participants only

Sections 5-6-7-8 are to be ridden in the reverse direction of the first 404 kilometres.

Section 5:

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Section 6:

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Section 7:

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Section 8:

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Relay Points/Timing Stations:

Each section of the course terminates at a timing station zone through which participants must cross. The stations are also points at which teams of 2 or 4 do their relay changes. Since the route comprises two loops – one north, one south – there are three separate timing stations/transition zones (for teams) along the way.

TREMBLANT TIMING STATION
Place des Voyageurs (start and finish)
SOUTH TIMING STATION
Arundel on Hwy 327 (municipal land)
NORTH TIMING STATION
St-Donat (beach)

Layout: Timing and Relay Station

Details: Timing and Relay Station

Place des Voyageurs Site Map

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