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Born to Let Go

Explore Québec’s spectacular landscapes and unique culture.


  • Mile Ex and Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie
    Urban trek

    Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie and Mile Ex may have a laidback vibe, but they are happening neighbourhoods.

  • Climbing a grain silo

    Allez Up has some of the tallest climbing walls in the country and more than 100 routes to rock your world.

  • Cycling along the Lachine Canal

    The bike path along the Lachine Canal stretches from the Old Port to the rapids, passing by Atwater Market along the way.

  • Bar Riverside St-Henri

    Riverside’s patios, set up at the base of colourful historic silos make it one of Montrealers’ favourite watering holes.

  • Surfing in town

    Don’t be surprised if people talk about the wave at Habitat 67 or the one known as “vague à Guy.” After all, Montréal is an island and the surf’s up here.

  • Jogging on Mount Royal

    The secret is out—Mount-Royal Park is the ideal spot for a jog, no matter the season.