Whether you're planning on going skating, snowshoeing or hiking on forest paths, we’ll keep you updated on the latest conditions of the park’s outdoor installations (skating rink, trails, etc.) in any weather or season. We’ll also inform you of any work done in or around the park that might affect park entrances or sectors.

Winter Site Conditions

The City of Montréal is responsible for maintaining the outdoor installations in Mount Royal Park and providing updated seasonal information on its website (in French only). As illustrated below, Les amis de la montagne shares updated observations on path, trail and rink conditions, so that you always know what is open or closed in the park.

Red: Closed or inaccessible
Yellow: Conditions are difficult or not optimal
Green: Open, conditions are good

Outdoor conditions were updated on February 22, 2020, 09:43


Refrigerated skating rink


Cross-country ski trails


Snowshoeing trails


Snow tubing lanes


Tobogganing lanes


Walking on Olmsted Path

Closures & Work Done in and around the Park

Les amis de la montagne keeps you informed of work done by the City of Montréal in and around Mount Royal Park as well as any closures of park entrances.

Winter 2020

The City of Montréal will be carrying out felling operations in the woodlands of Mount Royal Park as part of its ongoing campaign against the emerald ash borer. Les amis de la montagne wishes to remind park visitors to respect the signs in place for your safety and the protection of natural habitats.

Week of February 17: Felling operations are currently underway in the Brackenfell sector of Mount Royal Park, between Cedar entrance and the Montreal General Hospital.

Find out more about felling operations in Mount Royal Park in coming months. 


Learn more

For more information on work done in the park, visit the City of Montréal’s Info-travaux (in French only).

The status of closures and work done in Mount Royal Park was updated on February 17, 2020, 16:51