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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

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



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






Get out

Routes through Mont-Saint-Hilaire
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