Located west of Candiac, in the Montreal suburbs, the Rivière de la Tortue (Turtle River) is surrounded by green spaces ideal for the creation of a large-scale linear park. Approximately 1.5 km in length, the trail has been designed with an exclusive and distinctive signature for the residents and visitors of the area. Previously considered a neglected and unattractive place and even sometimes perceived as private spaces, the walkway has opened up the space. This discovery trail, which now gives the river back to its citizens and visitors, brings to the forefront the genius of the place and re-establishes the dialogue between water and man.
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