Sledding & Skating in the West Island


With Winter in full swing, the best memories are created on the hill or on the skating rink. We are working to put together a list of the best sledding hills across the west island. We have listed links to all the cities where you can find info on their skating rinks and whether it’s dedicated to skating or hockey. Please follow social distancing protocols even being outdoors. These measures should always be followed.


Sledding

We will add more hills as the info becomes available.


Alan’s Hill Park, Lakeshore Road, Baie D’Urfe

Alexander Park- 14899 Rue Oakwood, Pierrefonds

Cap St. Jacques– 20099 Boulevard Gouin Ouest , Pierrefonds (Fee for Parking)

Centennial Park – 3000 Lake Road, DDO

Grier Park, 17760 Rue Meloche, Pierrefonds

Grovehill Park, 36th Avenue, Lachine

Olympique Park– 375 Cardinal Leger, Pincourt

Sunnyside Hill– Belmont and Coolbreeze- Pointe Claire

Westminster Park– 531 rue Westminster, DDO

Parc des Benevoles on Elkas, Kirkland

City of Kirkland Has created some new hills. Click here for more info.


Skating


Most outdoor rinks in our local cities are Open! Visit your cities websites for more info on which ones offer free skate or just Hockey.

Pointe Claire

Beaconsfield

Kirkland

Pierrefonds- Roxboro

Dorval

Baie D’Urfe

Dollard des Ormeaux

Sainte Anne de Bellevue

Senneville

Lachine

Pincourt

Ile Perrot

Ile Bizard


Montreal


Old Port Skating Rink:
Must purchase tickets online before going as space is limited. Click here.

Parc Jean Drapeau

The Parc awaits all outdoor enthusiasts with an array of activities that will entertain people of all ages: open sliding, cross-country skiing, ice-skating, snowshoeing, winter biking, bird-watching, and plenty more! With its sustainable winter program, which is free and diversified, every trip to the Parc has the potential of being a special and rejuvenating experience.

Click Here for more info.