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Promenade Fleuve-Montagne


Architectural Discoveries and Activities
Published on
July 21, 2017
A number of sites are being created as part of the 375th anniversary. Parks, works of art,urban installations, permanent developments... so many legacies that will enrich the cityfor a long time!

Between the Pointe-à-Callière Museum and Avenue des Pins, the “River-Mountain” walkway offers pedestrians different ways to approach the city by revealing its history, heritage, landscapes and cultural characteristics. The path is 3.8 km long and links Montréal’s two emblematic sites: the river and Mount Royal.

Repère visuel vers la montagne

Urban Landscape

Markers along the way are easy to follow: green triangles leads to the mountain and blue ones leads to the river. Stations will indicate the altitude. The pedestrian crossings and floor coverings of the path are marked with a pixelated pattern to guide the walkers.

Parcours pixels

Do not miss anything during your walk, see the interactive map of points of interest for these streets: de la Commune, Place d’Youville, McGill, Square-Victoria, Viger, Beaver Hall, Place Philipps, Sainte-Catherine Ouest, McGill College, Sherbrooke Ouest, McTavish et des Pins. If you're the type to walk watching the sidewalk, you might be surprised by the architecture or landscapes to discover!


Nouveau mobilier au Square Victoria

There will be all kind of activities along the path, mostly after July 24:

  • public market

  • gourmet counters

  • educational exhibitions

  • booth with made-in-Montréal products

  • outdoor library

  • arts and music

  • educational workshops...

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Celebrating 375 years of history!
In 2017, Montréal will bustle like seldom before, as the city reinvents itself, lights up and looks back on its rich history. Revisit the history of our rich metropolis and discover the urban projects that will transform our living environment.
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