Tourisme Montérégie / Prêts pour la route
Valérie Provost
crédit: Olivier Langevin

Steeped in history

This area’s strategic geographic location, running along the St. Lawrence River to the Ottawa River, and the presence of the Canal de Soulanges—the first lock canal ever to be built in North America—have played an important role in shaping its history. The Soulanges sector features a bike path of over 35 kilometres, the last stretch of the Route verte No. 5 cycling network before it hits the Ontario border, making it a fantastic destination to discover on two wheels. Immerse yourself in the region’s flavours by visiting its local vineyards, farms, maple sugar shacks, and charming cafés and bistros you’ll find along the way. In summer, the Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site offers a fascinating glimpse into the area’s past, while the Saint-Zotique beach and both ends of the canal transform into fun, festive places to make the most of the warm weather.

Municipalities in Soulanges

4 01 4 1 7 A40 A20 A20 A30 A30 A40 Oka Ontario Ontario Salaberry- de-Valleyfield Île de Montréal La Plaine L’Île Perrot Soulanges La Montagne Le Centre urbain

The ideal place for bike rides

The Soulanges region is an ideal destination for cycling enthusiasts. With bike paths winding along the Soulanges Canal and scenic roads lined with farms and orchards, cyclists can enjoy breathtaking views while pedaling at their own pace. In addition, the region offers a multitude of services for cyclists, such as bike rentals and refreshment stops along the way. Nature lovers will be delighted by this unique cycling experience.
Profil touristique | L'adepte de vélo

Things to do in Soulanges


Restaurants in Soulanges

Shops in Soulanges

Accomodation in Soulanges