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Getting here

Main points of entry

  • In the south: Terrebonne, Repentigny, Saint-Lin-Laurentides (Route 158) and Berthierville (Autoroute 40).
  • From the northeast, enter via Route 348, and in the northwest by Le Massif des Tremblantes, which links Mont-Tremblant National Park with Saint-Donat. Take Autoroutes 25, 40 or 640, or take your time following the historical Chemin du Roy (King’s Road) – Route 138 – alongside the St. Lawrence River.
  • A ferry also serves the region, crossing from Sorel (South Shore) to Saint-Ignace-de-Loyola.
  • To reach the northern parts of the region, follow Route 131 to Saint-Michel-des-Saints or Route 125 to Saint-Donat.

Source: www.lanaudiere.ca