There’s nothing better than giving local crafts and products for Christmas this year to stimulate our economy. Here are a few digital platforms where you can do your holiday shopping.
This winter season will not be like any other. There’s nothing better than to get moving and go outside to lift spirits and counteract grey days. From tobogganing to skating, from cross-country skiing to snowshoeing, here are some suggestions to enjoy winter in Montréal.
Did you know that Montréal has more than 260 outdoor skating rinks, eight of which are refrigerated? Whether you’re interested in a romantic date or a family skate, or whether you want to work on your skating stride, the following rinks are some of the best the city has to offer.
No need to leave the city to experience the joys of winter. Montréal has over 100 km of marked trails that let you glide across vast open spaces that offer unsuspected beauty. The following trails are among our favourites. They provide varying degrees of difficulty, depending on your experience.
No matter what age you are, nothing says winter in Montréal quite like barreling down a snowy hill aboard a sled! And Montrealers are spoiled, as the city boasts a multitude of sledding hills that are free of charge. Leading the way are the following favourites.
You enjoy cross-country skiing, hiking, snowshoeing, or sliding? Nature parks offer all of that and more! This season, come enjoy a plethora of activities outdoors! Destination: Montréal’s nature parks.
Indoor and outdoor activities. Arts, sports or science. Whether your kids want to get moving or explore their creativity, there’s no lack of activities this winter break in Montréal. Here’s an overview.
Are you looking for fun ways to keep the kids busy during spring break? Montréal’s nature parks offer activities that are sure to delight the whole family. Your kids will come home happy … and so will you!
Montréal is taking measures to protect the population from COVID-19. These measures are changing as the situation evolves, which is why we are constantly monitoring its evolution.
Very popular with amateur Saint-Laurent artists for more than 20 years, the cultural workshops of the Center des loisirs have for many taken a virtual turn in order to allow participants to continue their learning during the fall.