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Mont-Saint-Hilare is a town near Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is also the name of the mountain in the town, which is picturesque and has numerous hiking trails.


Get in[edit]

By train To get there from Montreal if you do not have a car, the easiest approach is to take the AMT commuter trains from Montreal's Gare Centrale (Central Station). Prices and timetables can be found here, and it should cost around $8 each way. As the local train station is around 4-5km from the trailhead, the most effective means to get there is to hitchhike or take a taxi.

By bus * CIT Valle Richelieu [1] serves McMasterville, St-Hyacinthe, Beloeil, and Mont-Saint-Hilaire. See the website for schedules.

Get around[edit]



The hiking is at McGill University's Gault Nature Reserve, and should cost around $5 per person.






Get out[edit]

Routes through Mont-Saint-Hilaire
MontrealLongueuil  W noframe E  DrummondvilleQuebec City
ENDSorel-Tracy  N noframe S  RichelieuSaint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

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