Trails

Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site

The interpretation building at the Battle of the Châteauguay National Historic Site is currently closed.
You can enjoy the outdoor picnic area on the banks of the Châteauguay River, or take a look at the Commemorative Obelisk just a few steps from the parking lot.

Outdoor area

Enjoy the riverside picnic area on your own, with family or friends.

You can also stop here after your bike rides.

 

The obelisk
National Historic Monument of the Battle-of-the-Châteauguay

Obelisk monument

Walk about two minutes from the parking lot to admire the commemorative monument erected in 1895 by the Canadian Parliament in memory of the Battle of the Châteauguay.

Groomed trail of the battlefield

Militia Group

Take a trip through the history of this famous October 26, 1813 battle by exploring the archeological landscapes of the battlefield stretching over a distance of 14 kilometres.

By car or by bike, follow the groomed trail along the Châteauguay over a distance of more than 19 kilometres between Ormstown and Howick, and relive this great feat of arms.

Groomed Trail of the Battlefield Map

Download the Groomed Trail of the Battlefield Map (PDF, 4.01 Mb)

Thirteen panels, a fascinating story!
1
(Route 138 A)
2
(2002 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
3
(3148 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
4
(2371 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
5
(2207 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
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(2050 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
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(2050 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
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(1981 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
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(1867 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
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(1765 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
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(1161 Ch. de la rivière Châteauguay)
12
(315 rang Laberge, Ste-Martine)
13
(355 rang Touchette, Ste-Martine)

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