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The Lachine Canal runs 14.5 km from the Old Port until Lake St. Louis in the west. The city has made it nicer and more accessible for bikers. The bike path runs from the Old Port all the way until the west which makes it...More
This bike path takes you to all main attractions or Montreal. I’ve crossed the bridge,visited Old Port,went to Quartier des Spectacles etc. This Canal is very close to one of the best Markets of the city,Atwater. I recommend.
Love this parc. I always go for a walk or bike and stop to have some snacks in the end of the day. You will have much space to do it and the local market is very close to there, so them you can buy...More
We stopped in right next to the heart of the canal right next to Atwater Market. We didn't have time to walk the whole length, but those stopping into Atwater should definitely make the slight detour here to have a look at this historic place.
Fun bike path with minimal hills riding along the canal and to return you can bike through a series of connected parks on the east side of the island. Wonderful park on the peninsula extending into Lac St Louis
The good part is that the bike path is fantastically well designed, you hardly ever need to cross any streets let alone ride through traffic. This fact is well used by roadies, in fact we've been passed by a three-rider paceline in matching kit, which...More
I see that some of the reviews are negative; don't listen to them. No, this is not a ride through the countryside. But it varies from cityscapes to beautiful tree-lined sections. It has interesting history and a good surface for riding. And it ends at...More
On vacation in Montréal, I was eager to do a ten-mile run starting from downtown, heading up the Canal-de-Lachine and then back down to waterfront in Vieux-Montréal. The canal takes the runner or cyclist through a varied landscape of old warehouses, graffiti-covered unused buildings, luxury...More
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Ya that is probably your best bet. But if you want to be a bit closer to Old Montreal, you can park in Pointe St.Charles on the south side of canal, on any side street it's free also - and then walk east along canal to the... More
Ya that is probably your best bet. But if you want to be a bit closer to Old Montreal, you can park in Pointe St.Charles on the south side of canal, on any side street it's free also - and then walk east along canal to the old port.