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7 Pretty Places To Go For Walks In Montreal When You're Over The Mountain

There's always somewhere new to explore! 🎡

One of the best parts of all the places to see in Montreal is that there's always somewhere new to see and explore. And what makes it even better is that it's a great city to travel by foot, which is definitely coming in handy these days.

And while walks up the mountain or through Old Montreal are great, why limit yourself when there are even more fantastic spots?

It's not only a great excuse to get outside (which we'll take any of these days), but it's also a great way to see the city.

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Boulevard Gouin E. from Henri-Bourassa Metro Station

Address: 443, boul. Henri-Bourassa E., Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Check It Out: Check out the island by the Rivière des Prairies and pass by some of the quieter, but just as beautiful parks on that side of town.

Monseigneur-J.-A.-Richard Park

Address: 5150, boul. LaSalle, Verdun, QC

Why You Need To Go: A beautiful park on the water in Montreal's coolest neighbourhood.

Lachine Canal

Where: Lachine Canal National Historic Site, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: One of many historic sites in the city that offers an incredible view of the water.

Cap-St-Jacques Nature Park

Where: 20099, boul. Gouin O., Pierrefonds, QC

Why You Need To Go: A beautiful park surrounded by nature that'll make you never want to leave.

Avenue de Monkland

Where: Avenue de Monkland, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: To explore all of the cool boutiques and cafes in Monkland Village.

Angrignon Park

Where: 3400, boul. Trinitaires, Montreal, QC

Why You Need To Go: One of the city's best parks that isn't as busy as Mont Royal or La Fontaine.

Île Notre-Dame

Where: Île Notre-Dame, QC

Why You Need To Go: You can see amazing landscapes and the ruins of Expo 67.