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Extreme sports lovers, Montréal has got you covered this winter!

There’s nothing more extreme than winter in Montréal, and we celebrate every minute of it with epic sporting events ¬– especially this year, during the city’s 375th anniversary. On produit Motoneige MTL Xtrem pour @375mtl ! Les 4&5 février 2017 au coin de la rue Union et Ste-Catherine 👊🏼❄️ BE READY !!! Photo par @maximeriendeauphoto Athlète: Pier-Luc Trépanier #motoneige #freestyle #snowmobile #yay #xtrem #mtl #downtown #375mtl #hivernales Une photo publiée par Tribu Expérientiel (@tribuexperientiel) le 14 Déc. 2016 à 14h37 PST Snowmobiles gone wild For one of the most unbelievable experiences you’re ever likely to see, look no further than the premiere of Motoneige MTL Xtrem, where world snowmobiling champions perform jaw-dropping aerial tricks right here in downtown Montréal. It happens on February 4 and 5 at Square Philips – don’t miss it! Mountains of fun Montréal’s most cherished feature, Mount Royal, is a four-season playground in the heart of the city that’s bursting with activities year-round. Explore its every nook and cranny with Les amis de la montagne, who guide snowshoe expeditions, tobogganing outings, hiking tours or skating days, all against a stunning snowy backdrop. Hier je ridais un fou p.i.m.p. vélo pour le tournage de la publicité de… / Read More →

Ice Fishing Village and Skating in Old Montreal

Last year, mid-winter, the ice in the Old Port of Montreal was, at its thinnest point, just shy of two feet thick. Which, for fans of outdoor winter recreation – such as angling at the popular Pêche Blanche Ice Fishing Village or skating in an exhilarating, starlit Old Montreal setting – meant a two-foot foundation for fun on either side of the ice. Indeed, Montreal’s vibrant Old Port, sitting snugly between historic Old Montreal and the St. Lawrence River, is a hotbed of super-chill winter activities…