Frederick Law Olmsted, of Central Park fame, designed this park in 1876. It is easy to forget that it is in the middle of a ... More
Mount Royal Park
Frederick Law Olmsted, of Central Park fame, designed this park in 1876. It is easy to forget that it is in the middle of a huge metropolis on the park's many well-signposted trails: chief downtown access points are from Parc Jeanne-Mance (Parc Ave northwest of Ave des Pins), and at Ave des Pins and Drummond St, just west of Royal Victoria Hospital. Beaver Lake features skating, tobogganing, and even a small ski hill and chairlift, while Mount Royal Cemetery is one of the continent's largest.
Beginning at Sherbrooke Street , Parc Avenue runs north through a diverse series of neighborhoods and landscapes. North of des
Pins the street widens and runs directly under Mount Royal and Jeanne Mance Park's bongo players and tobogganing. Further ...
Situated in downtown Montreal and close to attractions like the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Saint Joseph's Oratory, Notre Dame Basilica,
Bell Centre and Mont Royal Park. La Tour Belvedere provides all the comforts of home for both leisure and ...
Mount Rainier National Park contains seemingly endless hikes and trails around the mountain. You can come back dozens of times
and still find much to explore. If you're a practiced rock or mountain climber, this park has unbeatable climbs. ...