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Riverside historic walks


If the rivers and lakes that surround the island of Montreal are the main actors in the city’s history, then it’s safe to say that their shores have been the theatre for that history.

The Parcours riverain, a historic route that runs 180km along those shores, gives visitors a new perspective on the city’s history, with over 800 points of historical interest.

On foot, on a bike, in a car or in a kayak, just “go with the flow” along the banks of the Saint Lawrence, the Lake of Two Mountains, and the Lachine Canal, and explore the different themed networks of paths along the way.

As you explore, you’ll see that even the most thoroughly urban Montrealers still enjoy coming down to the shoreline for their walks and other leisure activities.

Parcours riverain

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