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After the race... A gourmet Food Feast for the Benefit of Mount Royal!
People have been snowshoeing across Mount Royal for centuries. First developed by Aboriginals, snowshoeing was adopted by Montrealers who, in 1840, created the Montreal Snowshoe Club.
For reasons beyond our control, changes have been made to the programme of activities planned in the Beaver Lake sector of Mount Royal Park.
To enjoy the wonders of wintertime without driving kilometers, there's only one place to go: Mount Royal. Snowshoeing is a winter tradition one the mountain, first performed by Aboriginal and popularized with the creation of the Montreal Snowshoe Club in 1840. Come out and hit our snowshoeing trails, with or without a guide!
To perfect your technique or acquire the basics of cross-country skiing, The Club de ski de fond des Amis de la montagne offers lessons for young and old alike on Mount Royal this winter.
A pilot-project for youth 3-8 years of age.
A week of sliding, skating, playing in the snow and in the forest and much more!
Enjoy a family activity on the mountain this winter.
This winter, rediscover Mount Royal during snowshoe excursions animated by a guide from Les amis de la montagne : night hikes City Lights Snowshoe Excursion, Valentine's Day on Snowshoes family outing and group snowshoe treks, custom-designed for 15 people or more.
Due to present weather conditions, snow tubing slides will not open before the weekend of January 16-17. Further information forthcoming.