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Rediscover your nature by taking a 2.5 km walking circuit (several paths are one-way). Along the way, you will follow herbaceous and shrubby wasteland, then cross forest areas. In the fall, the fallen leaves allow the view on the meander. This diversity of habitats attracts diverse fauna, including several species of birds. Six descents with stairs and ramps facilitate access to the observation areas near the stream. For a few minutes of rest, large rocks distributed along the paths serve as benches. Animals and bikes are prohibited.
The parking lot is located at the end of rue Brouillette. From sunrise to sunset, walkers, bird watchers and snowshoers cross paths on the marked trails. It is also possible to cross-country ski, but there are no tracks.
A trail map and the regulations are posted at each entrance.
The main entrance is at the East end of rue Brouillette. It is reached via Saint-Louis avenue, route 137, Saint-Hyacinthe.
1920, rue Brouillette
Whether with family or friends, to enjoy the outdoors, to have fun or to discover the flavors of our region, our region offers a lively downtown area that is at once heritage, commercial, cultural and entertainment, authentic activities such as Chouette à voir! and the gardens of the Jardin Daniel A. Séguin, outdoor and indoor shows, and a diversity of producers and processors that will allow you to explore the region. You will be able to observe the vast expanses of farmland, travel along the banks of the rivers, follow the valleys of the Yamaska River or admire the Montérégiennes.
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