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Located in the foothills of the Adirondacks in the Haut-Saint-Laurent valley, this route leads through the most stunning bucolic scenery in the Montérégie region. A number of activities and events are held along the route between May and October. The main highlights include U-pick berries and apples, wineries and cider mills, dairy and meat products, honey and mead, and livestock and lavender farms. Running along the U.S. border between the Rivière Richelieu and Lac Saint-François, the route also boasts a wealth of built heritage and architectural treasures. Route length : 194 km (120 mi.)