Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the Emerald Ash Borer on Mount Royal

If you have recently visited the mountain, perhaps to stroll on Olmsted Path or to enjoy the view from the Camillien-Houde lookout, you might have seen or heard felling operations in the woods. The reason behind all this noise is a little insect that is causing a lot of damage to our green spaces: the emerald ash borer. Now, after more than two years, the mountain will once again become a haven of peace and tranquility.
 

The Tuques Bleues Event Raises Nearly $150,000 for Conservation Programs

The 22nd edition of the Tuques Bleues benefit event welcomed close to 450 snowshoers on a snow-laden Mount Royal on Thursday, February 21. Presented by Manulife for a 10th consecutive year, the event raised nearly $150,000 in support of Les amis de la montagne’s environmental conservation programs on Mount Royal.
 

Cool Ways to Discover Mount Royal in Winter

Whatever the season or the whims of Mother Nature, the mountain is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a quiet break in nature. Whether you’re big or small, here are our suggestions to discover the mountain.
 

5 Ideas to Keep It Fresh on Valentine’s Day

Come celebrate Valentine’s Day in the great outdoors! Nature lovers will flush with pleasure on romantic snowshoe excursions on the mountain. Families explore snowy trails to their heart’s content during special forest expeditions.