I know nobody wants to say it, so I'll take one for the team: Summer is almost over. I know, I know, I can't believe it either. But if you're thinking that there's still so much you haven't done on your Montreal summer bucket list, then not to worry, there's still time! Plus, you can add these items to your list to make your summer even better.\nNow, I know that we're lucky to live in a place that has all four seasons, but I think we can all agree that there's something magical that happens to Montreal in the summer.\nEditor's Choice: A Man Who Faked Being A Cop Tried To Kidnap A Montreal Woman, But She Escaped From His Car\nBetween sunny days, beautiful greenery and the light hitting the city just right, it's no wonder you get that longing to get out there and explore.\nBut as every Canadian knows, summer is something that must be cherished every year because before we look around, we'll be in Fall and we'll be starting our countdown for next summer.\nLet's not focus on that yet, though.\nFor now, we need to soak in all of the sun and all of the fun while we still can to send off summer with a sizzle.\nTake A Long Hike\nView this post on Instagram 🍃🌊🐿️ . . . . . . . . . . #hike #hiking #gayhiker #gayhiking #randonnée #parcnational #temiscouata #parnnationaltemiscouata #lactemiscouata #quebec #canada #quebechike #canadahike #quebechiking #canadahiking #gay #gayboy #outdoor #nature #forest #lac #freshair #sunnydayfunnyday #peaceout #gayqc #instagay A post shared by Gabriel (@gab_15b) on Jun 25, 2019 at 3:24pm PDT\nOne of the best parts about living in Quebec is the amazing hikes. Whether you're looking for uphill or something a little calmer, there's a hike for everyone, giving you the chance to get outside and see all that the province has to offer.\nVisit A Winery\nView this post on Instagram get you some friends that’ll kidnap you, and surprise you with a vineyard tour for your birthday 🤩🥰 A post shared by Lenny St-Cyr (@turtleneckmami_) on Aug 2, 2020 at 2:41pm PDT\nQuebec wine is just like the people: passionate, sophisticated and unlike anywhere else in the world.\nVisiting a winery will not only give you delicious tasting wine, but will give you a sense of pride in what we have to offer.\nGo To A National Park\nView this post on Instagram The view is worth the hike 🏞 🥾 A post shared by Anthony Fakhry (@antonyfakhry) on Aug 9, 2020 at 7:39am PDT\nIt's called la belle province for a reason. Soak in all of nature and beauty at any of our national parks. Some of them even make for epic road trips.\nTake A Bike Ride\nView this post on Instagram C'est une journée parfaite pour une balade à BIXI dans le Vieux-Port! Le @marchebonsecours, @lagranderouedemontreal, les petites boutiques... Quel est votre coin préféré? It's a perfect day for a BIXI ride in the Old Port! The Bonsecours market, the Ferris wheel, small boutiques... What's your favourite spot? Crédit 📸 @jfsavaria #bixi #biximtl #velomtl #mtlbike #montreal #vieuxport #oldport A post shared by BIXI Montréal (@biximtl) on Aug 6, 2020 at 12:52pm PDT\nDid you know that Montreal is one of the biking capitals of North America? Before summer's over, check out a Montreal bike path that takes you past some incredible views.\nSee A Movie At The Drive-In\nView this post on Instagram Loved watching a movie at the new @driveinmtl 🎞 such a nice experience ! Get your tickets for upcoming moving as 💯 A post shared by Ashley Sahakian (@ashleysahaks) on Jun 26, 2020 at 3:48pm PDT\nOne of the biggest summer trends is obviously the drive-in. You can see concerts, shows and, of course, the classic drive-in movie.\nHead To Jean-Drapeau\nView this post on Instagram Bon vendredi! 🐾🌐 #parcjeandrapeau #biosphere #ilesaintehelene 📸: @lina_r_golden A post shared by Parc Jean Drapeau (@parcjeandrapeau) on Jun 12, 2020 at 9:01am PDT\nDid you even really summer if you didn't make a visit to Parc Jean-Drapeau at least once? The iconic park can be seen from all over the island and makes for a great way to spend a beautiful summer's day.\nSee Some Flowers\nView this post on Instagram Maison Lavande ou Bleu Lavande? 💜 Il y a quelques semaines sur Instagram, je vous avais fait un sondage pour savoir dans laquelle de ces deux entreprises je devais aller pour profiter des champs de lavande. Visiblement je n’étais pas la seule à me poser la question ahah, alors j’ai décidé d’aller voir par moi-même! Bon vous allez voir, tout ne s’est pas vraiment déroulé comme prévu, mais j’ai fait de mon mieux pour vous donner les informations à savoir tout en vous racontant mon expérience. Le lien de ce nouvel article est dans ma bio, bonne lecture! ✨ ↪️ www.trulymorgane.com A post shared by Morgane 🧚🏼♂️ (@trulymorgane) on Aug 9, 2020 at 8:15am PDT\nNothing says summer quite like frolicking through a field of flowers. There are so many fields in and around Montreal for every colour, scent and type.\nVisit Montreal's Botanical Garden\nView this post on Instagram Popped over #montreal for a bit of a treat - did I overshot and went back to China? #🇨🇳 #daytrip #botanical #botanicalgardens #floraldress #onewithnature A post shared by Emilia|赛赛 (@emiliassc) on Aug 8, 2020 at 4:54pm PDT\nSpeaking of flowers, spend a day at Montreal's Botanical Garden, with over 75 hectares of themed gardens for you to explore.\nGo To A Market\nView this post on Instagram Photos from several weeks ago (before I donated 12” of my hair to kids with cancer). 🧡 A post shared by Nikita Singh (@singh_nikita) on Jun 26, 2020 at 7:40am PDT\nAnother great part of summer is visiting farmer's markets. There are some incredible spots here in the city, as well as some fantastic spots off the island for when you're looking for something new.\nGo Berry Picking\nView this post on Instagram Blueberry/Cherry 🍒 picking 07/22/2020 A post shared by Leslie Anne Agam Romero (@leslieannermr) on Jul 22, 2020 at 1:49pm PDT\nIf you could pick any summer activity to add to your list, it's this. For a berry good time, head to a berry farm to pick the freshest bunches.\nStare At The Stars\nView this post on Instagram Starry night, featuring ☄Neowise A post shared by Jessica Gagnon (@j3sstravel) on Jul 31, 2020 at 3:56pm PDT\nThe only thing more exciting than seeing celebrity stars is seeing the stars in the sky and luckily for us, Quebec is a shining place for stargazing.\nYou can go to some beautiful parks to see an amazing night sky or you can head to the Botanical Garden to see the Perseids... since you'll already be there.\nHave A Picnic\nView this post on Instagram Getting my sundaze on ☀️ A post shared by JUSTINE (@justinesoles) on May 24, 2020 at 7:23am PDT\nAnother summer trend has definitely been picnics.\nAnd because we live in a city with so many parks, there are lots of great spots to set up camp and lots of great ideas to take your picnic to the next level.\nTake A Food Tour\nView this post on Instagram Sweet science: the impact of sugar on chocolate flavour. Collab led by @karine_choco A post shared by Chocolats Monarque (@chocolats_monarque) on Jun 20, 2019 at 3:19pm PDT\nIt's no secret that Montreal is not just a great city to see beautiful sites, but a great city to eat incredible food. But you can do both with some fantastic food tours throughout the city that'll even teach us locals a thing or two.\nHit The Open Road\nView this post on Instagram When they tell you it takes 3 hours to get to the top but you do it in 1h🤓 #LongLegsSquad #1110m A post shared by Mary-Sophie Harvey (@marysophieharvey) on Aug 2, 2020 at 1:11pm PDT\nWe don't wanna brag, but we live in a pretty spectacular province. So don't just stick to the island, but go on an epic road trip to truly make this a summer to remember.\nSoak it all in!