Sainte-Anne-des-Lacs Spring, Ste-Anne-Des-Lacs, Quebec

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Description:

Spout pours into a stream

Nearest Address

Ste-Anne-Des-Lacs, Quebec, J0R1B0

Directions from Nearest Address

Take Rte 15 North out of Montreal to exit 57. Left off the ramp, continue for 2.2 miles/3.5 K. Turn left at Fournel St. less than .2 miles on left is a dirt pullover. This spring is just before the pullover pouring into the stream.

Vital Information

  • Fee: No Fee
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: 97
  • Temp: N/A
  • pH: N/A

Hours Spring is Open:

24 hours.

GPS:

Unknown

Map Link: Sainte-Anne-des-Lacs Spring Map

Submitted by: Daniel Vitalis

+Spring Post Info

Posted: May 17, 2009

Category: Canada, Quebec, View All

+Comments
  1. Max says:

    TDS of about 97

  2. Helen says:

    is this water safe? Has anyone ever tested it? When I called the ste-anne des lacs municipality they told me that they have never tested it and that it was a risk you either choose to take or not! I filled fill up 144 liters of water since its 1h from home. That will last me 1 month. Now Im a little worried since all this water is not refrigerated I was told that bacteria can grow and multiply? Is it safe to drink or not? Can anyone help? Thanks

    • Etienne Dubé says:

      Helen,

      I can’t tell you for sure, but I have been drinking this water for a long time. It has always been clean and great tasting. I have never felt any ill effects from it. I have sometimes kept it for over a month and it was still ok, but it’s preferable to go there every couple weeks to get it fresh. Be sure to keep it in a dark place, absent from light. Bacteria can grow if there is light on it for an extended period of time. If it’s in a cool and dark place it conserves itself well.

      • Samuel Boux says:

        Salut Étienne,

        Habitez vous à Sainte-Anne-des-Lacs?

        Le transport en commun me rend à St-Jérome quand je pars de Laval. J’avais comme idée d’aller remplir mes bouteilles à toutes les quelques semaines comme vous dites. Y allez vous toujours à cette source? Si oui croyez vous qu’il y aurait possibilité de se rencontrer à St-Jérome pour me montrer comment cela fonctionne. Je paierais votre gaz bien sur si vous êtes en voiture.

        Sam.

  3. Thomasdeannordlum says:

    Est-ce qu’on peut accéder l’eau pendant toute l’année? Avec le froid d’hiver, l’eau, elle court toujours en janvier, février?? Merci!

    / thomas

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