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Coteau-du-Lac National Historic Site

Un blockhaus parmi la nature
A Blockhaus in Nature
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Archaeostroll by Bike
Archaeostroll by Bike
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Nature and Outdoors

The Nature Trail

Every opened day
Equipped with binoculars and a map of the trail, set out along the creek prepared to encounter herons, martins and many more.

Archaeostroll by Bike

Every opened day
Along the Soulanges canal, a cycling tour will bring you to discover archaeological landscapes of St.Lawrence canalisation.

Starting at Coteau-du-Lac National Historic site, the tour, about 45 km long, propose five archaeological stops and five viewpoints. Using a self-service kit with map and informative sheets, the tour is fun and autonomous.

Bring your family, friends or came individually discover the archaeological landscape of this area rich in history.

Download the tour map and documentation from the Archéo-Québec Website (PDF, 11.1 Mb)


The Young Xplorers of Parks Canada

The Parks Canada Xplorer program is a lively new activity for the whole family.

Six- to eleven-year-olds will enjoy the daring, delight, and fun… On your marks, get set, Xplore!

This program is also offered at Fort Chambly, Fort Lennox, Manoir Papineau, and numerous other Parks Canada sites.

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Parks Canada Xplorers2

Xplorers2

Could your teens use a good challenge? The Xplorers2 program is just the ticket! During their visit to the site, they’ll have to tackle various challenges – physical, artistic or just plain crazy – with the help of their camera or smart phone. Do they have what it takes?

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A Frog in the Lock
A Frog in the Lock
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The Archaelogical Garden

Every opened day
Discover some authentics archaelogical remains with interpretation panels.


Rapids of Coteau-du-Lac
Rapids of Coteau-du-Lac
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The Fort's Walking Path

Every opened day
Take your time and admire the river, the magnificence of the rapids and the beauty of the landscape.