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From the site of the Théâtre de la Dame de Cœur in Upton, a spectacular aluminum pedestrian bridges spans the Duncan River and links to the Parc nature de la Région d’Acton. By walking along the trails of this natural area which boasts a unique environmental value in the Montérégie region, visitors will discover the rich...

An original museum-type activity…a unique site! This open-air interpretation centre offers a museum-type experience that is both original and unique. Multiple interpretation areas set up along the 70-kilometres cycling network, addressing various subjects, such as the history and construction of the Beauharnois Canal, as...

Exceptional natural setting; the forest shelters marshes, bogs and century-old pine trees on the shores of the majestic St. Lawrence River. Four-season activities for the whole family. A network of 20 km of hiking, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing trails enhanced by a 1.4 km elevated walkway. The site comprises...

Exceptional natural setting; the forest shelters marshes, bogs and century-old pine trees on the shores of the majestic St. Lawrence River. Four-season activities for the whole family. A network of 20 km of hiking, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing trails enhanced by a 1.4 km elevated walkway. The site comprises...

The Îles-de-Saint-Timothée Regional Park consists mainly of two islands, located in the St. Lawrence River. In winter, the pond is drained, making this unique environment an attraction in itself. Walking trails are available, and it is a unique conservation area dotted with informative panels. Over 100 species live in...