Lands - Parks, Reserve Fauniques, ZECs, Rivers, Lakes, Forests
Chateauguay - Running from New York State through the Chataugauy Valley it empties into Lac St.Louis. Prone to flooding in the spring.
Noire - Flows passed Upton in the Yamaska region and empties into the Yamaska River near St Damase.
Riviere du Sud - In the Haute Richelieu region it empties into the Richelieu.Riviere Delisle
Riviere Riguad - Running from Ontario through Riguad into the Ottawa. Navigable by canoe but only as it approaches the Ottawa.
St Lawrence - Quebec's and one of the worlds great rivers, starting at Kingston and feed by the great lakes it joins with the Ottawa at Montreal and continues passed Quebec city. It's fed by the Richelieu and the Sauganay at it makes it's way to the Atlantic.
Ottawa - With it's source far to the north it joins with the St Lawrence at Montreal. While the Quebec portion is wide and slow moving, the upper reaches near Pembroke have some of Canada's best whitewater.
Riviere des Mille Iles (Northern Arm of St. Lawrence above Laval)
Mont Rigaud Covy Hill Mont Saint Gregoire Mont-Saint-Bruno Mont-Saint-Hillaire Mont Rougemont Mont Yamaska
Parc Iles de Boucherville - Canoeing, Sea Kayaking, Hiking, XC Skiing Parc Yamaska - Hiking, XC Skiing Parc de la gorge de Coaticook - Hiking through gorges Hwy 10 to the the 141 at Magog then south to the 147 above Coaticook
Parc Regional des Isles de Saint-Timothee 240 St Laurent Saint Timothee, PQ 450-377-1117~
National Wildlife Reserve Lac St Francois
Mont Rougemont - Hiking, Birdwatching
Mont St Bruno - Hiking, Birdwatching, XC Skiing, Snowboarding
|Mont St Hilaire -
XC Skiing, Hiking, Birding
Parc de la gorge de Coaticook - Hiking through gorges
Hwy 10 to the the 141 at Magog then south to the 147 above Coaticook
|Centre de conservation de la
nature du Mont St. Hilaire
422 Rue des Moulins
Mont St Hilaire, Quebec