Explore the nature, culture and history of Montréal’s beloved mountain.
Les amis de la montagne offers a welcome and information service at Smith House in Mount Royal Park. The park map is available in PDF format
Three buildings in Mount Royal Park provide various services and amenities to the general public.
The Café des Amis serves visitors in three exceptional locations at the heart of Mount Royal Park.
Visit our two gift shop locations in Mount Royal Park for an original gift or souvenir!
Restrooms are located in the park’s three public buildings and accessible during opening hours.
As a paradise for walkers, Mount Royal Park includes many entrances that are accessible on foot. Please note that all signage in Montréal, including Mount Royal Park, is French only.
It is possible to access Mount Royal Park on bicycle via the Du Parc entrance and Olmsted Path or the Peel entrance by way of Serpentine Path (chemin du Serpentin) that leads to Olmsted Path, which is reserved for pedestrians and cyclists.
It is also possible to bike on the Camillien-Houde/Remembrance roadway to access the park. Note, however, that there is no reserved bike lane on this roadway that is used by cars and other vehicles.
There’s no shortage of ways to get to Mount Royal Park’s welcome centre using public transportation. The following bus lines travel to Mount Royal Park (please note that most STM bus routes are labelled in French):
To access the park from the east, take Camillien-Houde from Mount-Royal to either of the two parking lots on the mountain. Please note that it is not possible to drive to the Mount Royal Chalet or Kondiaronk Belvedere. You can leave your car at the Smith House parking lot and enjoy a short five-minute walk to the Chalet and Belvedere.
The three public buildings located in Mount Royal Park—the Mount Royal Chalet, Beaver Lake Pavilion and Smith House—have entrances and amenities that are wheelchair friendly.
Paths and trails are available in PDF format.
Paths and trails are also available in PDF format (in French only).
Paths and trails are also available in PDF format.
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