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 6445 boul Decarie , Montreal, QC, CA, H3W 3E1

  • Phone: (514) 739-3800
  • Fax: (514) 739-5616
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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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Outdoor Activities

»CEPSUM

CEPSUM, the Center for Physical Education and Sports of the University of Montreal (CEPSUM), is located in the heart of Montreal. It is one of the largest sports complex in Quebec. Sports facilities like skating, a swimming pool, badminton courts, and gymnasiums are all present at the complex. For more details, visit the website.

2100 Boulevard Édouard-Montpetit
Montreal, QC H3T 1J4

»Meadowbrook Golf Club

Nicely located in residential Côte-St-Luc, this course isn't especially high-class, but it's very affordable and well maintained. The clubhouse staff is friendly and offers a snack bar, pro shop, and all the other usual amenities. Meadowbrook doesn't play particularly long, though some beautiful old trees come into the picture, and the greens fees are a very manageable on weekends. It is just minutes west of Montreal. Reserved tee times are taken only on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

8370 Côte-Saint-Luc Road
Montreal, QC H4W 1S3

» Jeanne Mance Waterpark/Wading Pool

Located in the beautiful Jeanne-Mance Park (Parc Jeanne-Mance), this wading pool and mini-water park is the perfect way for the kids to cool down on a hot summer's day. With the beautiful greenery of the park and Mont Royal in the background, this water park is a great way to experience the park as well. The kids will love the small water fountains and will be safe and sound as they splash in the wading pool as lifeguards keep watch. Be sure to call before hand to check if the pool is open, as it does depend on the weather. There are lockers and change rooms available to the public. - Williamina Deneault

Jeanne Mance Park
Montreal, QC H2W 2N4

»Jeanne-Mance Park

This local park is a perfect place if you want to be all by yourself. Apart from that, it features ice rink, tennis courts, picnic areas and a soccer field.

4299 Avenue de l'Esplanade
Montreal, QC H2W 1T1

»Club La Cité

This upscale private health club caters mainly to local residents on a year round basis. Visitors, however, can take advantage of a special cash-only pass for ten visits. Located in the underground La Cité shopping complex at the intersection of Avenue du Parc and Rue Prince-Arthur, the club features modern aesthetics and equipment, natural light in the cardio rooms, pool and tennis courts, and well-equipped locker rooms. It offers all the latest Cybex exercise equipment as well as squash, sauna, steam room and whirlpool.

3575 Parc Avenue
Montreal, QC H2X 3P9

»Allez-Up Climbing Gym

If you're on vacation and in Montreal needing some time at the gym, then Allez-Up is the place to go! Whether you want to take the opportunity to learn or use the skills you already have, Allez-Up provides the perfect climbing environment. Make sure to call ahead anmake a reservation for two if you are not a member of the gym already, or know someone who is. Allez-up also provides all equipment you would need. The gym is located in the historic Saint-Henri neighborhood right by the Lachine canal, you can bike along the canal and then enjoy a great couple of hours climbing the numerous levels of walls. - Williamina Deneault

1339 Shearer (Corner of St. Patrick)
Montreal, QC H3K 1G6

»Lafontaine Skating Rink

What better way to spend a winter afternoon in Montreal than to go ice skating in Lafontaine Park? Located on the large pond in the park, the ice rink is the epitome of outdoor skating. During the day, you can enjoy the sights of the park with classical music as your soundtrack. At night, the ice rink is just as enjoyable lit up with white lights. Don’t have skates? You can rent skates in the Pavilion building starting at CAD8. -Williamina Deneault

3933 Avenue du Parc la Fontaine
Montreal, QC H2L 3A7

»Saute Moutons

Whether rafting, jet boating or speed boating, there's no greater thrill on the water than a trip down the St Lawrence River's majestic and turbulent rapids. For jet-boating and the even faster speed-boating, all you have to do is show up at the Jacques-Cartier Pier in the Old Port. The tried and true rafting trips provide a slightly more sedate adventure. Reservations are necessary, and the rendezvous point is at the Clock Tower Pier.

47 de la Commune West
Montreal, QC H2Y 2C6

»Patinoire du Vieux-Port

Set in the Old Port of Montreal, Patinoire du Vieux-Port (skating rink) is an ideal spot to hone your skating skills during winter. Just near the river, bundle yourself with warm clothes as it can freezing due to the wind blowing from the river. You can skate to different music everyday.

364 Rue de la Commune Est
Montreal, QC H3C 2W3

»Standing wave at Habitat '67

Habitat '67 is a standing wave in the heart of Montreal. It gets its name from the iconic apartment complex that overlooks it. The waves are created due to the high speed of the water hitting boulders under surface giving rise to breaks as high as two meters (6.5 feet). It is a popular destination for adventure lovers. The futuristic architecture of the buildings make for a unique backdrop to surfing or whitewater kayaking.

Avenue Pierre Dupuy
Montreal, QC H3C 3R6

»Boating Down the St. Lawrence River

Barely 15 minutes from downtown Montreal, you can get the thrill of a lifetime with a raft or hydro-jet ride down the treacherous-looking rapids of the St-Lawrence. This company has all the equipment and expertise to make your ride both safe and exciting. There is rafting down the rapids of the main channel, along the edge of the rapids for a calmer family excursion, or hydro-jetting through the largest waves of the Lachine rapids.

8912 LaSalle Boulevard
LaSalle, QC H8P 1Z9

»Parc Jean-Drapeau

Sometimes known as Parc des Iles, these two man-made islands in the St Lawrence River were created for Expo 67. They feature hiking, biking and roller blade paths (on the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, site of the Montreal Grand Prix), recreational facilities and secluded picnic spots for the entire family. Other attractions include La Ronde amusement park, site of summer fireworks, the Casino de Montréal, the Stewart Museum and the Biosphere. Outdoor concerts are regular during the summer.

1 Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
Montreal, QC H3C 1A9
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