Eco-Friendly Activities on Mount Royal

Photo : © Les amis de la montagne

From May to October, come join us and take an active role in protecting the mountain’s natural environment on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 10 a.m. to noon, as well as two Tuesdays a month from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m..

  • Free of charge

  • Family activity for ages 7 and older / Individual activity for ages 14 and older

  • Registration required

  • Please be at Smith House (1260 Remembrance Road), unless otherwise specified, a few minutes before the activity’s start time. We will not be able to wait for latecomers

  • All tools required for the various tasks are provided by Les Amis de la montagne

  • Long trousers and closed shoes are mandatory

  • A hat or head covering is strongly recommended

  • You are encouraged to bring a reusable water bottle

We reserve the right to adjust the activities in accordance with weather conditions or public health recommendations.

Should you have any questions or are no longer available to participate in an activity you registered for, email us at

Current Environmental Activities

Click on the title of the activity for more information and to register!


Conservation Webinars

Meet our experts in a whole new digital format! Discover our series of webinars Let’s Talk Conservation on Mount Royal and its natural environments. Each webinar covers a specific topic and is hosted by members of our conservation team. Come listen, learn and share with us!




History of the Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP)

In 2007, we launched the Environmental Stewardship Program to promote the protection and conservation of Mount Royal through citizen engagement and participation. Environmental stewardship refers to the means put in place to bring together the citizens, organizations and stakeholders of a territory to help protect its biodiversity and natural environments.



Are You Part of a Group, Association or Company?

Our Environmental Stewardship Program is tailored for groups wishing to undertake environmental actions in the community.


Are You Part of a Group, Association or Company?

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