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Quebec experts - need your help please!

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We are planning a trip to Quebec for September but have a few questons I'm hoping someone familiar with the areas can help on.

We will be travelling from Toronto and have two weeks. Areas we have narrowed down to what we'd like to explore are the Eastern Townships, Charlevoix and Saguenay/Lac St Jean. We will be travelling by car but will be bringing bicycles and would like to know if these are good areas to get around on bikes either on bike paths or small roads. Ideally we would base ourselves in each region and do day trips. I have been reading about La Route Verte but cannot seem to find anything related to degree of difficulty for the regions above. (We're fit but not keen on lots of hills) Just in the planning stages now so we're open to any/all suggestions. Many thanks for your help!

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