You can also go on excursions and even fishing trips.
And the best part is, you can all of this right here in Montreal
Parc Jean Drapeau's Pavillon des Activités Nautiques is now offering all of these activities all summer long1 So get your friends together and get ready for the most fun fitness challenge of your life.
Espace pour la vie and Mayor Valérie Plante announced Thursday that Montreal's Biosphere would reopen to the public as of Friday, August 13.
The structure, which houses an environment museum, was built as the American Pavilion for Expo 67.
In a Facebook post, the mayor announced that to mark the occasion, admission to the museum would be free all weekend.
Earlier in the year, the Governments of Canada and Quebec announced that control of the museum would be transferred to the City of Montreal and that it would become Espace pour la vie's fifth site, joining the Botanical Garden, Biodôme, Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium and the Insectarium.
Montreal is full of everything you can ever imagine. From world-renowned eateries to picturesque parks, the city has never been lacking in things to do. But, some of us prefer to discover the parts of our city that aren't as popular. So, we're here to help you seek out Montreal's secret spots.
We all know those ultra photographed spots, whether they be restaurants, clubs, or even parks. But how many of you have dug into those hidden gems that make our city what it is?
From vintage stores and burger joints to parks and cafés, there are so many one-of-a-kind places that you can't help but fall in love with, if you know they're there, that is.
Instead of following Insta trends, why not be a trendsetter by posting at one of MTL's lesser-known, epic spots.
Parc Jean-Drapeau's Hidden Waterfall
Where: 1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal, QC
This lesser-known waterfall in the popular Parc Jean-Drapeau is a great place to check out, especially during the summer.
It's a little bit secluded, but once you know where it is, you'll realize it's actually super easy to get to.