|Canal de Montech|
|Length||11 km (6.8 mi) |
|Date of first use||1843 |
|Start point||Canal de Garonne in Montech|
|End point||Tarn in Montauban|
The Canal de Montech is an 11 km waterway in southwestern France connecting the Canal de Garonne in Montech and the Tarn River in Montauban. It is also known as the Montauban Branch (French: l’embranchement de Montauban).
A lock at Moissac also connects the Canal de Garonne to a lower section of the Tarn. A proposal exists to create a waterway ring, including the Canal de Montech, by restoring navigation to the stretch of the Tarn between Moissac and Montauban.