If you've lived in Montreal for long enough, you're probably tired of doing the same-old-same-old hike up Mount Royal.\nThis is why MTL Blog made a list of other things you can do when you're feeling bored to remind you of all that our city has to offer.\nFind our ideas for fun things to do around the city below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWhen it comes to activities in the city, I know that I am not the only one who is getting fed up with seeing those beautiful yet redundant photos of Mount Royal. Although the mountain is one of our city’s most loved features, there is an abundance of other, more out-of-the-box activities to participate in if you're sick of hiking the same old paths.\nDon’t get me wrong, I love a good hike up Mount Royal. But after living here for more or less my entire life, I can assure you that it is not the only cool thing to do on those lovely, crisp, fall and winter days.\nThere are a ton of cool tours that go on throughout Montreal and some alternative outdoor activities that are bound to stimulate your senses in all the right ways. Whether you want to eat and drink your way through the city or get physical to work up your appetite, this list has got you covered. We've even added in some low-key parks to visit with your friends!\nExplore Île Notre-Dame\nView this post on Instagram L’élégance d’un saule pleureur 👗 A post shared by @ sylvain_b on Jul 10, 2019 at 11:24am PDT\nThis artificial island in the Saint Lawrence River is the lesser-visited counterpart to the busy Île Sainte-Hélène in Parc Jean-Drapeau.\nThis gem of a spot has all the decaying Expo 67 architecture and a bike path that takes you through it all. This quiet location is a great place to explore!\nTake A Ghost Tour Of Montreal\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Sinthia Cousineau (@moonfire_maiden) on Sep 1, 2018 at 7:38pm PDT\nMontreal is known to be a fairly haunted city, which is why it comes as no surprise that our city offers a variety of ghost tours.\nFrom haunted tours in the red light district to spooky walks in Old Montreal and Griffintown, our city is crawling with paranormal activity.\nThis is both a unique thing to do with your friends and a way for you to learn about the history of Montreal!\nVoiles En Voiles\nView this post on Instagram Kids play. #pirateship #ship #hiking #toddlerlife A post shared by silicongirl (@silicongirl) on Sep 21, 2019 at 12:51pm PDT\nThere's a good chance that you've noticed this giant boat-like park in Old Montreal. For those of you who have seen it but have been hesitant to try it, all I can say is you are missing out.\nThis epic adventure is great for both kids and adults. Throughout the summer months, this outdoor activity offers a unique world inspired ocean adventure and piracy.\nThe aerial course tests your agility, and those who have a thirst for a thrill will fall in love with this activity. The fun keeps going during the winter, too, with tube sliding and snow scooters.\nThe site is home to a pirate movie theatre, inflatable games, and a climbing wall. There is even an archery tag arena, which is as cool as it sounds and 100% safe!\nExplore Cap-St-Jacques\nView this post on Instagram . . . #september #septembre #sunset#coucherdesoleil#rebels_nature #everythingimaginable A post shared by christine (@bibiane.christine) on Sep 23, 2019 at 5:41pm PDT\nLocated in Montreal's West Island, Cap-St-Jacques is a regional park and one of the most serene and breathtaking spots to check out in Montreal.\nSince it's on a peninsula at the junction of the Lake of Two Mountains and Riviére des Prairies, this park is almost completely surrounded by water.\nThis park is known as one of the largest parks in all of Montreal. So, if you're a big nature fan, this is the perfect spot for you.\nWalk Through the Îles-de-Boucherville\nView this post on Instagram #rockon sur le #pontenbois du #parcnationaldesilesdeboucherville . . . . #sepaq #nature #woodenbridge #boucherville #montreal #quebec #canada #autumn #automne #couleursdautomne #autumncolors A post shared by Michael Landry (@eldrowger) on Oct 20, 2019 at 2:14pm PDT\nÎles-de-Boucherville is a national park located about 30 minutes outside of the city. Walkers, cyclists, and nature lovers all flock to this destination to take in the fresh air and breathtaking views.\nThroughout the months of winter, skiers and snowshoers migrate to this park since it turns into a snowy paradise.\nGo Ice Skating\nView this post on Instagram Montréal n’écarte pas l’idée de réaménager une patinoire naturelle sur le lac aux Castors, un an après avoir annoncé que la Ville renonçait à ce site définitivement à la suite d’un accident. Plusieurs options sont à l’étude, mais encore cet hiver, les Montréalais devront se contenter de la patinoire réfrigérée du mont Royal. À suivre. . 📷 Annik MH de Carufel @agent_matahari Archives Le Devoir A post shared by Le Devoir (@ledevoir) on Nov 14, 2018 at 10:27am PST\nWhen my mother moved to Montreal from L.A., my dad told her that if you grow up in Montreal, you need to know how to skate. This statement may not be 100% accurate, but what is true is that skating is a very Canadian thing to do in the winter.\nIf you love gracefully gliding on a blade across a sheet of ice, then you should take advantage of the cold and check out some of the beautiful outdoor rinks in and around Montreal.\nIn addition to Beaver Lake on Mount Royal, Parc Jarry, Parc La Fontaine, and Parc Maisonneuve all turn into winter wonderlands and provide skaters with gorgeous views.\nJust remember that if you are going to play hockey, there are specific outdoor arenas where you are allowed to play.\nTry Rock Climbing\nView this post on Instagram I’m back in Montreal and am taking the leap to focus on my climbing business @climbing.escapes full time! 🙈👩🏻💻🧗🏻♀️ . . My new website is now launched and climbing trip dates are officially up so go check that out in my bio! I’m offering 3 experiences this summer: 1️⃣ Day Trip for beginners and all levels 2️⃣ Private Courses for intermediate climbers 3️⃣ Weekend Retreats on mindfulness & climbing for women . If you want to try something new and are looking for an exciting activity in Montreal this summer, come rock climbing! ☝🏼 All experiences are beginner-friendly and you absolutely don’t need climbing experience to participate! . . . #climbingescapes #rockclimbing #climbingforbeginners ##outdoorrockclimbing #rockclimbingmontreal #guidedrockclimbing #getoutside #outdoormontreal #summeradventure #peoplewhoadventure #summeractivity #montreal #montrealoutdoors A post shared by Emma Contaoe 🧗🏻♀️ (@activetravlr) on May 16, 2019 at 4:12pm PDT\nIf you're someone who likes to be physically challenged, or if you are an adrenaline junkie, you need to try rock climbing.\nRock climbing is physically challenging and tests your mental strength and control.\nIn and around our city, there are a ton of rock climbing options, both indoor and outdoor. My advice is as a beginner, you should start on an indoor wall before venturing out to an outdoor one, just to be safe!\nWalk Along The Lachine Rapids\nView this post on Instagram You can surf in Montréal (even though it is quite dangerous). . Lachine Rapids, Montréal, Québec, Canada. . Il est possible de surfer à Montréal (même si c'est très dangereux). . Rapides de Lachine, Montréal, Québec, Canada. . #rapids #rapides #inlovewithmontreal #surf #surfing #scenic #naturephotography #naturalbeauty #exploreoutdoors #visitcanada #earthpix #earth #water #wanderlust #instapic #insta #waves #vagues #ourplanetdaily #earthlandscape #landscape #landscapephotography #canada🍁 #montreal #montrealjetaime #discovermontreal #quebec #514shots #river A post shared by France Catherine (@francecatherine4) on Sep 5, 2019 at 6:50pm PDT\nA long riverside park follows the Lachine Rapids adjacent to the Montreal boroughs of Verdun and LaSalle. The enormous public space is stocked with awesome art installations, colonial sites, and even a beach.\nThis is a great spot to take in spectacular views of the rapids while getting some fresh air and doing something a little out of the box!\nJacques-de-Lesseps Park\nView this post on Instagram Vous cherchez une activité originale pour occuper votre long congé de la fête du Travail?⠀ ⠀ Pourquoi ne pas découvrir le Parc Jacques-de-Lesseps, un espace vert spécialement aménagé pour l'observation de nos #avions! (crédit photo : Robert Karam)⠀ ++++++++++⠀ Looking for something different to do during the long weekend of Labor Day?⠀ ⠀ Head to Jacques-de-Lesseps Park to enjoy the green space and have an unseen viewpoint of our #planes! (photo credit: Robert Karam) A post shared by YUL Aéroport Montréal-Trudeau (@yulaeroport) on Sep 1, 2017 at 9:14am PDT\nNot only is this spot super low-key, but it is also incredibly romantic. This park is one of the best places in the city to watch the planes land. It's located right next to the runway so it feels like the planes are going to land right next to you.\nIf you decide to check it out, make sure to bring a blanket, some yummy snacks, and hot chocolate to keep you warm!\nRound Table Tour\nView this post on Instagram Quartier chinois à Montréal ⛩ #quartierchinois #quartierchinoismtl #chinatownmontreal #montrealchinatown #MTLmoments #mtl #montreal #montréal #narcitymontreal #montrealcanada #downtown #canada #mtlarchitecture #montrealtravel #canadatravel #montrealstreets #mtlmagic #visitmontreal #montrealquebec #livemtl #somontreal #insidecanada #imageofcanada #enjoycanada #explorecanada #mtlphoto #montrealjetaime #quebecoriginal A post shared by Wenndy Funeme 🇨🇴 🇨🇦 (@wenndyfuneme) on Oct 13, 2019 at 5:49pm PDT\nIf you're a true foodie, or just enjoy a good meal, then this is the activity for you.\nRound Table Tours offers visits to local restaurants, specialized grocery stores, and production sites, allowing participants to gain insight into Montreal's culinary world.\nThe tour also offers participants the chance to meet the chefs and owners of some of the most loved Montreal restaurants, as they share their stories and give you samples of their famous offerings.\nThere are a variety of tours to pick from, including tea tours, Chinatown tours, and even micro-distillery and mixology tours — not to mention the decadent chocolate tour where you can see what making and drinking chocolate is all about!\nTyrolienne Zip-Lining\nView this post on Instagram Enjoy every moment 🔥 #montreal #tyrolienne #landscape #vieuxport #canada A post shared by Elise ✈️ (@elise_corbass) on Jul 17, 2017 at 7:09am PDT\nThis is by far one of the most exciting things I have ever done in Montreal! The Tyrolienne was the first urban zip line circuit in a Canadian city.\nThis experience will get your adrenaline pumping as you soar above the Bonsecours Basin in the Old Port.\nTry one of these the next time the thought of hiking Mount Royal bores you!