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Attractions /
Boating

Promenade Du Canal (Boardwalk)

Corner of rue Sainte-Anne and rue Saint-Pierre
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

This pedestrian boardwalk, built along the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue canal in 1987, quickly became a popular attraction in the area.

In summer, musicians and street artists add a festive and friendly atmosphere to the promenade. Parallel to rue Sainte-Anne, a variety of restaurants offer large and beautiful terraces overlooking the boardwalk and offering a view on the canal.

Each year, boaters from across Quebec and the United States, crossing the canal locks, moor there to enjoy the promenade and the shops on rue Sainte-Anne.

Very busy in summer, the promenade becomes quiet and peaceful in winter and offers walkers an impressive view of the frozen lake.

Contact information

Address

Corner of rue Sainte-Anne and rue Saint-Pierre
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

Opening period

Open year round

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