20 Montreal Date Ideas For Sporty Girls, Artsy Girls , Lowkey Girls, & Adventurous Girls - Page 2

Only for your best bae!

Date Ideas For Your Sporty Montreal Girl:

 

1. Hike Up Mount Royal To See The Sunset

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For romance, kissing, and looking over the whole city, I suggest hiking up to Mount Royal. You can enjoy the hike up Mount Royal during the day and then watch the sun set over the city! Afterwards, you can stay all night with your date and have a romantic stargazing wine night. 


2. Go Rockclimbing Together

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1555 Rue St-Patrick

For that sporty date of yours, why not surprise her and finally take her to Allez Up! Here you two can rock climb your night away and have a blast as you work out that upper body. It is honestly super fun and a great way to try something new without traveling very far for spending over $20.

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3. Try Some Surfing

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Suite 01, 9520 Boulevard Leduc

Summer is never over! If you happen to be dating a Montrealer that just can't get enough of summer, I suggest heading to Oasis Surf if you want to celebrate the nice weather! It's honestly amazing and a great way to show your lit date that you have an adventurous sporty side as well.

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4. Go To Hot Yoga Together

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1470 Rue Peel #100, Montréal

Another way to sit back and relax this winter with your bae is by doing some yoga. Yoga is a great way to relax and release stress. I suggest going to one of Montreal’s many yoga studios. My personal favorite is hot yoga at Ensō where you sweat your stress away and pretend like you are in a rain forest enjoying some good old yoga!


5. Biking Along The Lachine Canal

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I honestly love biking with my bae and honestly I think it's a great treat where you don't have to spend any money. For those bae who love to bike, I suggest biking down the Lachine Canal towards Atwater Market for a fun Montreal spring day.


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Emily D Emily is currently studying Art History at McGill, but art isn't her only passion! She is also a self-proclaimed cactus whisperer who loves flowers, crab cakes and trying new things.