Ste Agathe Des Monts Spring, Quebec, Canada

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Description:

A pipe emerging from a rock face on the Side of the highway 329.

This Spring has a TDS of 9! This is incredibly low. There are several Springs in this area, all of which are of extremely high quality!

Nearest Address

Rt 329

Directions from Nearest Address

Headed North on the Highway 15 from Montreal, take exit 83. Trun Left of of the ramp, pass through 2 stop signs. At the end of this road, turn Left onto Highway 329 (headed South) for 5.9 K (3.7 miles). The Spring is on your Left. There is a pull off area across the street.

Vital Information

  • Fee: No Fee
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: 9
  • Temp: 10 C
  • pH: 7.0

Hours Spring is Open:

24/7/365

GPS: N/A

Map Link: Ste Agathe Des Monts Spring Map

Submitted by: Daniel Vitalis

+Spring Post Info

Posted: October 18, 2009

Category: Canada, North America, Quebec, View All

+Comments
  1. Sherah says:

    I’ve seen people pull over and hover near the rocks to get water. I had no idea it was such a great place to get it! Where else in Ste Agathe can I find the springs? Also, are there any hot springs in the Laurentians? Probably not but hey can’t hurt to ask 🙂

  2. Pat says:

    Map Points and Coordinates For GPS Users :

    N 45°59.221′   W074°18.962′  

  3. Anna says:

    Just got back from filling up! Amazing water, and great location. Lots of birch around, so probably also a great place for Chaga. Really happy and hydrated.

  4. christopher says:

    I just went to this spring for the ‘l’eau de Pâque’. The spring is almost directly across from address number 3473 on route 329. 

  5. Manuel says:

    I’m on site for the second time this summer. The water is good but young (not much dissolved minerals in it). The flow is very slow at this time of the year (september), possibly because of the very dry summer we had. About 20 minutes to fill up a 18l container. Good location easily accessible on the road side but many cars passing by at very high speed. A convenient spot if your not looking to medidate while you harvest your water and if you’re not in a hurry.

  6. Elise says:

    This might sound like an obvious question; does the pipe freeze over in the winter? I recently drove by the exact spot searching and couldn’t locate the pipe.
    Thank you

  7. Michelle says:

    Hello Elise
    No, the pipe doesn’t freeze in winter. Look for the small sign just across the road from the rock face.

  8. Richard Dansereau says:

    The pipe is easy to miss as the side of the road where the pipe is located is slightly lower than the road. When you’re looking at a map, look for Lac De la Montagne, the pipe is directly across from that lake. When looking at it from an overhead satellite imagery, it’s just past a small house with a red roof, you can’t miss that house amidst the greenery. You can even see the small pull-off accross the road from the pipe.

  9. Robert says:

    When I went and tested the water, it had a TDS of 7!

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