The Best Places To Hike In And Around Montreal

Swap your stilettos for sneakers, and let's go for a walk!
The Best Places To Hike In And Around Montreal

If you're a true blue city dweller, you're always going to feel more comfortable surrounded by skyscrapers. However, even the most dedicated Montrealers need to get out of the smog and spend some quality time with nature.

Problem is, not all of us have the ability to drop everything and post up in a cottage for a week. So a good alternative, is to head to a park in and around Montreal, and go for a hike! It only takes a few hours, however you get a whopping dose of all things nature, which will do your body good!

Parc Jarry

285 Rue Faillon O

Montreal, QC

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Bois-de-Liesse

9432 Boul Gouin O,

Pierrefonds, QC

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Bois de Belle Riviere

9009 Arthur Sauvé Road

Mirabel, QC

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Mont-Orford National Park

3321, chemin du Parc

Orford, QC

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MORGAN ARBORETUM

150 Chemin Des Pins

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC

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PARC DES RAPIDES

Lasalle, Montreal

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Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie National Park

Saint-Aimé-des-Lacs, QC

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Sentier des Caps

2 Rue Leclerc

Saint-Tite-des-Caps, QC

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Parc-Nature-du-Bois-de-l'île-Bizard

2115 Chemin du Bord du Lac

L'Ile-Bizard, QC

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Parc régional des Sept-Chutes

4031 chemin Brassard Sud

Saint-Zénon, QC

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La Mauricie National Park

Chemin St François

Saint-Mathieu-du-Parc, QC

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Mount Royal

Montreal, QC

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