Hi Guys, I am in Montreal and would like to go for a one week cycle tour starting on the 13th of June somewhere nearby. I am looking for somewhere which is easy to get to by either cycling or bus, but is still quite natural and wild and not over crowded! I am not new to cycling or camping but i havent done any week long trips, they have all been more or less overnight, and my bike is just an old mountain bike with a rack on the back.
I have been looking at the Petit Train du Nord because it looks fun and enjoyable and is incredibly easy to get to, but i am worried these factors will make it very busy and with all the facilities along the way i dont know if i will feel as though i am actually in nature or not. Also, it is only 200kms long and i think i would do this track very quickly, maybe in just a couple of days, and i know i could come back along the route but i would prefer a circular route if possible.
I have also looked at the green route which might be quieter, but there is less information about this and so i am unsure if it is passing through farmland, or if i could get public transport or not.
So basically i am hoping someone will be able to give me a bit more info on these routes or any others which they might recommend! Such as whether the petit train du nord is not really that busy and if anyone has come back along a different track at the end of the route. I dont mind riding along roads but would not enjoy it if the roads are too busy or boring!
Any help or info would be very much appreciated!