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The Chambly canal is the ideal spot to enjoy a family picnic, go for a stroll and observe the boats! The canal's natural setting and rich heritage past enable visitors to dive into history. Throughout the summer, its banks come alive with a variety of events.

La Campagnarde

Acton Vale 450 546-3256 mrcacton.ca

Built on a converted railway and incorporated into the Route verte (No. 4), La Campagnarde is a major bike path connecting the Centre-du-Québec, Eastern Townships and Montérégie regions. It links Drummondville to Foster, passing through many municipalities including Wickham, Saint-Théodore-d’Acton, Acton Vale, Roxton...

La Montérégiade

Farnham 450 522-5488

From Iberville to Granby, with a stop in Farnham on the way, La Montérégiade bike path, which is part of the Route verte, offers 48 km of discovery at the heart of nature, through woods and fields in a region where agriculture reigns. Patrollers are on the path to ensure rider safety by monitoring path conditions and...

80 kilometres of road for cyclists of all levels. The la Riveraine bike path is entirely paved, and runs through Varennes, Longueuil, Saint-Lambert, Brossard, La Prairie, Candiac and Ville Sainte-Catherine. Parts of this circuit are quite noisy, as they are located along the highway (particularly around Brossard where...

La Route des champs

Saint-Césaire 450 460-2127, poste 403 tourismecoeurmonteregie.ca/en/cycling

Cycle, in-line skate or hike along La Route des Champs and its 40 kilometres of mostly straight paths; an original way to explore the spectacular natural surroundings of our region. From Richelieu to Granby, by way of Richelieu and up to St-Paul-d'Abbotsford, rural life offers visitors a showcase of vineyards, orchards...