Just 30 km from the west of the island of Montreal, the City of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield is in the heart of an exceptional cycling network, 90% paved, on flat terrain and sprinkled with riverside halts. Indeed, the city was built around the St. Francis Bay, located at the junction of the St. Lawrence River, the St. Charles River and the old Beauharnois Canal. Its historic downtown, vibrant and lively, offers a host of events throughout the summer, unique shops and more than a dozen restaurants terraces. Moreover, the Hotel Plaza Valleyfield, a Welcome Cyclist member, offers storage space for bicycles. We invite you to get info about the package "Discover the Suroît waterways 2016".
Rural - urban duality, this is what characterizes our region! The Suroît cycle network, totaling nearly 140 km, is rich of its diverses paths and has multiple links between each of them (Parc régional de Beauharnois-Salaberry, Soulanges bike path, Peasant's trail, Haut-Saint-Laurent multifunctional trail). Among those links, the Maritime shuttle for cyclists and the navette Les Cèdres are to discover.
Also to discover during your stay in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield :
MUSO – Société des Deux-Rives Museum
Delpha-Sauvé Park's outdoor aquatic complex (heated pool with swimming lanes, slides, water games)
Outdoor shows on a floating stage at the old canal's terrace
Indoor show - Fabien Cloutier in a one-man-show formula
Scenic cycling routes to discover from Salaberry-de-Valleyfield to Rimouski including Montreal and Quebec City, with a luggage handling, bike rental and personalized itinerary services. More information