Montreal Is Building A Downtown "Zipline" This Winter

Best of all, it's FREE.
Montreal Is Building A Downtown "Zipline" This Winter

There's nothing cooler than soaring above the streets of downtown Montreal on a gigantic zipline, unless of course that zipline also happens to be FREE.

Montreal en Lumiere has a ton of free activities taking place this winter and one of them is a huge zipline that stretches from de Bleury all the way to Saint-Urbain.

Don't know what to do at Montreal en Lumiere? Just take a ride on this thing and you'll get a perfect view of everything the festival has to offer. Or you can always check out this list if you're feeling lazy.

The zipline is open every Thursday to Sunday starting February 18th until March 5th.

  • Thursdays and Fridays - 5:00pm to 11:00pm
  • Saturdays - noon to 11:00pm
  • Sundays - noon to 6:00pm

Check out their website for more information

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