Nature Walking

Nature Walking

One of the city’s best-kept secrets is the park nestled along the Rivière Saint-Charles, which runs from the lake of the same name to the St. Lawrence River. This linear park stretches along 20 miles of river bank, and the scenery ranges from urban sectors to a nearly wild wooded area. A portion of the forest path made of wooden boardwalks is reserved for hiking, but the rest is also accessible to cyclists.

 

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