Discovering the mythical mountain of the Montrealers
Join me at the corner of Park Avenue and Mont Royal to discover the peaceful beauty of this heritage site, conceived in 1876 by Frederick Law Olmstead, the same landscape architect who designed New York’s Central Park. We will stop at Belvédère Kondiaronk, to catch a splendid view of the city, admire the Chalet, and the Mont Royal Cross. There, I’ll entertain you with the true story of the Cross. We will then stroll around Lac des Castors, and if time allows, we will pause for a bit at Mont Royal Cemetery before returning to our starting point. During this walk of average difficulty, I’ll also relate the story of the Mont Royal, which is embedded in the DNA of every Montrealer. Moreover, I’ll be there to answer any questions you may have about the Park, Montréal, Québec or Canada, along the way.
|Rates 2020, tax incl.
1:30 to 4:30
Minimum 2 persons
|$65 per person|
|$35 children 12 and under|
|Reservations required 48 hours in advance|