Discoure a route that lets you wind along the Châteauguay River and its major lakes, such as Lac Saint François, Lac Saint Louis and Lac des Deux Montagnes. With its scenic landscapes and compréhensive tourism offer, the Suroît région will awaken your senses.
Explore the Yamaska River itinerary and discoure the heart of Montérégie with, among other things, Rougemont—Québec’s apple capital—and the lively Saint-Hyacinthe city center. Mont Yamaska is a must for motocycle enthousiaste who will enjoy roaming the mountain by way of narrow country roads.
This magnifient area invites you to make your wayacross bucolic landscapes, such as the city of Lacolle, which is located along the Richelieu River. You are sure to be please by the variety of roads, including Covey Hill Road.
First official cross-border tourist itinerary the Route du Richelieu encompass 265 km long along both shores of the Richelieu River from the Quebec-Vermont border to the mouth of the St.Lawrence River, where the city of Sorel-Tracy is located. As you wander along Quebec’s first official cross-border tourist route, you will discover archaeological sites, historic sites, museums, a number of historically significant churches, interpretation centers and heritage tours. The Route du Richelieu is also home to many dedicated areas where you can enjoy outdoor activities and water sports.