Overflowing with green spaces in summer, Montreal seems to show its true colors in winter. Parc La Fontaine, Parc du Mont-Royal, Parc Maisonneuve and Parc Jarry offer enchanting white landscapes where you can enjoy a wide range of winter sports. Use the cross-country ski trails in Parc Maisonneuve, snowshoe in Parc La Fontaine, skate in Parc Jarry and slide in Parc Mont-Royal, a true sports paradise in the city. You’ll meet tons of families and groups of friends in each of these parks.

For an enhanced park experience, the Jardin Botanique offers the best winter views, while the Sentier des Neiges, in Cote-des-Neiges, is decorated with light installations, enchanted trees and even local merchants ready to help you discover the best winter confections around! Finally, rue Sainte-Catherine also comes alive in winter thanks to Luminothérapie. Skate on the Espanade while discovering artistic installations that are sure to rekindle a little flame in you despite the outside temperatures.

What’s more, until March 5, RécréoParc’s polar rendezvous create a real ice paradise. A variety of winter sports, including fatbikes, a skating trail almost a kilometer long, and festive entertainment are organized by the municipality and free of charge for Sainte-Catherine residents. For others, it’s an affordable activity that’s definitely worth the price!

All in all, Montreal is a city brimming with sports enthusiasts and outdoor enthusiasts, and this is reflected in the vast selection of activities on offer. Join a motivated and passionate community this winter in the health of Quebec’s metropolis!