The Route Verte (in English, the "Green Route," or the "Greenway") is a network of bicycling and multiuse trails and designated roads, lanes, and surfaces, spanning 5,034 kilometres (3,128 mi) as of October 31, 2013, in the Canadianprovince of Quebec, inaugurated on August 10, 2007. The trail network includes both urban trails (for example, in and around the city of Montreal) and cycling routes into quite isolated areas in the north, as well as along both sides of the Saint Lawrence River, out to the Gaspésie region, and on the Îles de la Madeleine, linking more than 320 municipalities along the way. The Route Verte is not entirely composed of trails, as nearly 61% of the network actually consists of on-road surfaces, whether regular roads with little traffic, wide shoulders, special lanes on highways, or otherwise. The segregated trails are mostly rail trails shared-use with hikers and other users.
Sentier des Voyageurs, La Vagabonde, Piste Cyclable du Canal-de-Chambly, Montérégiade II, Montérégiade I, L'Estriade, La Montagnarde, Les Grandes-Fourches, La Cantonnière, Parc Linéaire des Bois-Francs, Parc linéaire de la MRC de Lotbinière, Parc linéaire Le Grand Tronc, Par Linéaire des Anses, Véloroute des Migrations, Véloroute des Doux Pays, Le Littoral Basque