If you like spending a day in a green park, this is a place for you!

Montreal's largest greenspaces, Parc du Mont-Royal
Montreal's largest greenspaces, Parc du Mont-Royal
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Mount Royal is a hill in the city of Montreal, immediately west of downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the city to which it gave its name. The hill is part of the Monteregian Hills situated between the Laurentians and the Appalachians.

This 761-foot hill from which Montreal got its name is the largest of the city's parks. Towering over central Montreal (and accessible from the Green Line's Peel métro station or the Orange Line's Mont-Royal métro station), Parc du Mont-Royal is frequented by joggers, picnickers, dog walkers and bicyclists throughout the year. During the warmer months, you'll find swimmers in the park's Lac des Castors (Beaver Lake), while the Chalet du Mont-Royal offers breathtaking park and city views any time of year. Also be sure to stop by the Croix du Mont-Royal (Mont-Royal Cross), or the park's two cemeteries (one English and one French). You can visit the Parc du Mont-Royal at any time of day.

Contact us now and get ready for your next visit in Parc du Mont-Royal!

 

 

 

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