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Best places for workouts in Montreal

If you want to do more than just going out for an easy run there are some good options available.

Track runners might like 400m synthetic track and Saint Laurent Park and those looking for a hill workout can go to Mont Royal.

If you want to test your fitness against local runners; the free group run Frédéric Back parkrun is available.

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Winter running in Montreal

Winters in Montreal can get cold and snowy. December through March might see snow and the temperature is often below -20°C0°F . December is especially snowy with an average of about 17.4 cm0.7 inches of snow per day.

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École Saint-Laurent has lighting and Mont Royal is usually usable all through the winter.

Highly rated places to run in Montreal

400m synthetic track, Mont Royal and Danyluk Park are popular places to run in this area.

Your favourite running surface in Montreal

For those who like to run on soft surfaces, these are recommended: Mont Royal, Saint Laurent Park, Confederation Park and 400m gravel/dirt track.

Those looking for a flat course with firm surface can go to La Fontaine Park or Parc Maisonneuve.


Mont Royal

La Fontaine Park

Blog posts mentioning Montreal

The history of distance running in RTR-blog.
...He won two gold medals at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich , and then repeated with two more in the 1976 Montreal Olympics and is one of the few runners to have won both the 5,000- and 10,000-meter events....

Weather in Montreal

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