Monteregie Hiking Trails Professional Review and Guide
"Scattered here and there across the territory, the hills of the Montérégie region, which rise no higher than about 400m, were long believed to be extinct volcanoes. In reality, however, they are metamorphic rock that wasn’t able to push through the outer layer of the earth’s crust and only became visible once the surrounding land had been eroded. People come to Montérégie to explore the hills and the superb Richelieu Valley, to see the rich legacy of the past and fill their lungs with fresh country air. Come autumn, apple-pickers flock to the orchards of Rougemont.
This trail guide includes hiking trails at Jardin Daniel A. Seguin, Parc Regional de Longueuil, Parc National des Iles-de-Boucherville, Parc National du Mont-Saint-Bruno, Centre de la Nature Mont-Saint-Hillaire, Mont Saint-Gregoire, Parc Regional des Iles de Saint-Timothee, Mont Rigaud, Lac Saint-Francois National Wildlife Area, Parc Historique de la Pointe-du-Moulin, Parc Archeologique de la Pointe-du-Buisson, and Cidrerie Artisanale Michel Jodoin."