How to get here

40 min from
Québec City

3h30 from
Montréal

Vélirium

Mont-Sainte-Anne

2000 Boulevard du Beau-Pré,
Beaupré, Quebec, G0A 1E0

  • Site access fees from Friday August 5th to Sunday August 7th

Adults $12.50
7-17 years old $10.50
Family* $22
Vehicle of 8 passengers or more $35

*Family = 2 adults and up to 3 children aged 7-17 maximum.

 

Mont-Sainte-Anne subscribers, residents of Beaupré, Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges and Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, as well as customers of the Mont-Sainte-Anne campground will not have to pay these costs. Proof of membership or residency may be requested. This exemption is valid throughout the event and only during the day. Visitors will receive a receipt for access to the site to allow them to deduct the value of the access fees for the purchase of another activity/service offered by Mont-Sainte-Anne.

*Taxes and site access fees included

 

  • Shuttle bus

A shuttle service from parking lots near Mont-Sainte-Anne is available. The shuttle schedules will be posted in parking lots.

  • By bike

    Ride the charming New France Route from Quebec City to Mont Sainte-Anne through some of the original villages in French-speaking North America and explore 7 rural municipalities and nearly 40 tourist attractions as you wind your way through landscapes steeped in heritage and history.

    The Véloroute cycle highway links up to 135 km of mountain bike trails at Mont-Sainte-Anne.

  • By air

    Approximately 20 km from downtown, Quebec City’s Jean-Lesage International Airport (YQB) is served by more than 300 flights per week from Europe and North and South America.

    Major carriers serving YQB:

  • By bus

    Orléans Express provides intercity bus service from the rest of the province to Quebec City, with connections to cities across Canada.

    Orléans Express

  • By train

    VIA Rail provides train travel across Canada from coast to coast, transporting around 4 million passengers a year on a network spanning more than 18,500 km. VIA Rail primarily serves the Quebec City–Windsor corridor with major stops in Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston and Toronto. VIA also operates transcontinental trains on long-distance routes, featuring a dining car and panorama dome car. Service between Quebec City and Montreal is provided four times a day from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    Via Rail