Where nature meets industry
Located at the confluence of the Richelieu and St. Lawrence rivers, the area surrounding Sorel-Tracy has it all: a spectacular natural environment, a vibrant industrial economy and a flourishing rural community. Come delight in the many wonders that await you here!
The gateway to the Lac-Saint-Pierre Biosphere Reserve, the region boasts one unforgettable landscape after another, rich with stunning wilderness and wildlife. For example, Grande Île – one of hundreds of islands that form the Lac Saint-Pierre archipelago – is home to North America’s largest heron colony.
And downtown Sorel-Tracy is bustling with excitement, with its restaurants, outdoor patios and shops galore – not to mention the abundance of parks where you can kick back and relax.
A mere 45-minute drive from Montreal, Sorel-Tracy offers a world of exhilarating activities, including a wide range of boating excursions. Be sure to explore the many cycling and hiking trails, the Biophare museum, the community gardens, the art gallery and a whole host of sporting and fun-filled events.
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