Parc Carlos-d'Alcantara open sledding hill

Last updated March 29, 2022
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Rue De Contrecœur
Montréal, QC

This open sledding hill is located on Rue De Contrecoeur, at the corner of Rue Jean-Pierre-Ronfard.


This is a naturally snowy place to go sledding with family and friends.

The borough invites people to read the instructions at the site and use the hill carefully.

Rules to follow

  • Do not exceed the number of people allowed on the sled or other equipment you’re using.
  • While descending the hill, keep your feet and hands inside the sled.
  • Descending in groups is prohibited.
  • Descending head first is prohibited.
  • Wait until the person in front of you has cleared the bottom of the hill before starting.
  • After your descent, clear the bottom of the slope as quickly as possible.
  • Use the designated area to climb the hill.
  • Parental supervision is strongly recommended for children 10 years and under.
  • A parent must supervise children six years old or less who are in the area.
  • Wearing a safety helmet is recommended for young children.
  • It is best to do this activity in the presence of another person.
  • Sledding outside the hours of operation is prohibited.
  • No misbehaviour will be tolerated.

The following equipment is allowed:

  • Crazy carpets
  • Saucers
  • Toboggans
  • Sleds
  • Ski trikes

This activity involves risks. Be careful!

Any person not respecting the instructions could be expelled from the site.

Ville de Montréal is not responsible for any injury.