Make It a Day

Don’t let winter slip away without heading to the mountain for a cool activity with the kids. Skating, snow tubing, snow shoeing or hiking in the forest… Winter is already off to a good start on Mount Royal!
Holiday hours in Mount Royal Park

Holiday Hours

Mount Royal Park is the perfect place to unwind during the holidays! Hiking, skating, tobogganing, snow tubing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing… the possibilities are endless! New this year, our outdoor equipment rental counter will be open throughout the holiday period, including December 25 and January 1. See the schedule of public buildings and our services to better plan your visit during the holidays.

Mount Royal, Greener Thanks to Our Volunteers!

Since our creation over 30 years ago, Les amis de la montagne has been drawing our strength from an ever-growing community of volunteers. In 1998, this was taken a step further with the launch of the Environmental Stewardship Program, which allows Montrealers to play an active role in the conservation of Mount Royal's natural habitats.

Let Us Be Your Fall Guides

The dog days of summer have made way for the crisp temperatures and bright colours of autumn, the perfect time of the year to hike the mountain. Join our guided nature walks for a memorable experience on Mount Royal full of fun, facts and gorgeous flora!

New Entrance to Mount Royal Park

A brand-new entrance allows residents and visitors to access Mount Royal Park on the mountain’s western side via Côte-des-Neiges Rd. The repurposed area, a former limestone quarry, now showcases native vegetation, a rocky promontory, as well as a new staircase and paved way leading to Olmsted Path.

Mount Royal, Greener than Ever Thanks to You

Last Sunday, May 5, hundreds of enthusiastic volunteers of all ages answered our call to join in the annual spring cleaning of Mount Royal Park’s wooded areas! Even the sun was on hand for this special event! New this year, this 28th edition of the Mount Royal Clean-Up included sorting residual materials as well as collecting waste in the mountain’s woodlands.

​The OCPM Report on the Repurposing of Remembrance / Camillien-Houde Concurs with our Recommendations

Les amis de la montagne welcomes the conclusions of the Office de consultation publique de Montréal (OCPM) report on the future of the Remembrance / Camillien-Houde roadway. By the same token, we wish to underscore the urgent need to define a global vision of accessibility and safe mobility for the mountain as a whole.

A Bird’s-Eye View of Mount Royal

Their songs inspire us and their plumage fires our imagination. Birds have long been a subject of fascination for those of us who delight in looking to the treetops and skies in search of the winged species. Now that spring is finally adding a touch of green to the mountain, Project FeederWatch provides us with information about the birds that visit the feeders of Mount Royal Park in the winter, thanks to the precious help of our volunteers.

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.
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