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Parks & nature in Montreal

“You can stop at the bar/restaurant called l'Espace Lafontaine in the middle of the park.”
735 locals recommend
“Amazing sceneries. Be ready for spending a full day at the Montreal Botanical Garden. Make sure to bring your most comfortable shoes, and an umbrella in case weather announces rain. Things to see are mostly outdoor.”
371 locals recommend
“Take a hike up Mont Royal and tackle the city's namesake for stunning views of downtown Montreal and the surrounding urban areas. All year around. Access via Parc Mont-Royal. Montez jusqu'au sommet du Mont-Royal pour admirer une magnifique vue sur le centre-ville de Montréal et les environs. 4 saisons. Accès via Parc Mont-Royal.”
487 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Narrow cobblestone streets, full of lively plazas and charming shops, art galleries, and cafes. During the day, you can walk around discovering some of Montreal’s landmarks (Notre-Dame Basilica, Clock Tower, Pointe-a-Calliere museum) then at night discover hidden bars and some of the best restaurants in the city. ”
278 locals recommend
“The Saint Joseph Oratory is a church in Montreal, built on the northwestern side of Mount Royal. This Catholic institution is located at 3800 Queen Mary Road. The secondary element of the site is the Catholic Basilica. Unique structure, the dimensions of the basilica and its dome are impressive.”
208 locals recommend
“Gorgeous and huge park, perfect for walking, jogging, going swimming or picnics!”
301 locals recommend
“Park life is huge in Montreal - and if it's nice out you can expect to see everyone out having picnics.”
261 locals recommend
“Really huge and lively park that is accessible by metro (yellow line). During summer, there are also many festivals happening there, such as Osheaga (music), Heavy Montreal (metal music), Ile Sonic (electronic music), Picnic Electronik (electronic music, very Sundays), and more. ”
123 locals recommend
“Massive park just 1km away with plenty of room to have a picknick and relax in the shade. ”
176 locals recommend
“Huge park only a 10 minutes drive away, ice skating available in the winter, and multiple sports all year long!”
13 locals recommend
“The Chalet is actually not the main attraction, its the 180 degree view of the city. Take Serpentine path , or Camille Houde trail to access the Mont Royal Chalet , the paths along the way will also make you pass by Beaver lake ( how Canadian eh ! ). You can lounge / run / bike here during the summer or have some winter fun on the outdoor ice rink.”
94 locals recommend
“If you are by car, walk or bike (a bit more challenging), the view of Montreal is amazing on the top. This is a huge park. It's a great place to go for jogging, dog walking, chilling, meeting new people. Tam Tams are on Sunday afternoons during summer. You can go ice skating during winter. Don't worry if you don't have a pair, you can rent some. This is probably where you can get the best view in Montréal.”
30 locals recommend
“Perfect park to walk, run, bike, workout, tan, relax & chill or enjoy Sunday's live music events!”
14 locals recommend
“Very popular park with tourists - check out Montreal's biggest drum circle every Sundays in the summer! ”
119 locals recommend
“At the western end of the island of Montreal is a beautiful beach located in a bay surrounded by forest. It is possible to rent kayaks and canoes to sail peacefully on Lake Deux-Montagnes. Picnic area and on-site hiking trails are also on site.”
15 locals recommend
“AKA Beaver Lake From Wikipedia The Beaver Lake pavilion "Beaver Lake pavilion was inaugurated in 1961 Built between 1956 and 1958, inaugurated in 1961, the pavilion is located west of the lake. Designed by architects Hazen Sise and Guy Desbarats, it was considered one of the most innovative buildings in Montreal, with a corrugated roof and large windows. It was renovated in 2005-2007. The pavilion houses a restaurant named The Pavilion. In 2007, the Ordre des architectes du Québec (Order of Architects of Quebec) awarded the Excellence Award in architecture to architects Pierina Saia and Réal Paul and to the City of Montreal for the conservation and heritage restoration of the Beaver Lake pavilion."”
109 locals recommend