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Around St-Lawrence River
Discover Montréal history by running through its history loaded old town to the old port.
The Plateau Life
The Plateau is one of the most authentique Montréal’s neighborhood.
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It’s time for the Montreal’s Museums day on this Sunday, May 28th. All Montreal’s Museums are open and free and the program for this 375th anniversary of the city is very exciting and busy! How to choose? (To enjoy both good weather with a running of course and this special museums day) We have made[…]
Oh le Canal de Lachine ! We love so much this course at Coureurs Montréal/Montreal Runners… Here are born our passion of running and the idea to make discover the beautiful Montreal thanks to our legs and at a good pace! Le canal de Lachine is not the most important touristic site in Montreal but more one[…]
This is Maison Du Calvet’s facade, located in the Old-Montreal, one of the oldest buildings still existing and the most beautiful example of the urban architecture developed in New France with its massive crude rock walls, chimneys and steeply-sloped roof. On se prépare à une belle saison de visites joggées ! 🇨🇦 We get ready to welcome a[…]
CoureursMontréal took the opportunity to give a running tour to special visitors: Thomas Didier, the French co-founder of Jogg.in, a community platform for runners. He came for the WAQ (Web à Québec) to launch his platform on the Canadian market. Nicolas Fréret, journalist, didn’t miss the occasion to run with us nor mentionned us. http://fr.canoe.ca/hommes/forme/archives/2016/04/20160406-164346.html[…]
Le Complexe Bourbon is located right in the heart of the Gay Village, close downtown. More precisely, it’s on Ste-Catherine Street between Alexandre De Sève Street et De Champlain Street, just there! The signature building of the Village was created by Normand Chamberland who already possessed a few shops around: la Taverne du Village, le Drugstore, La Track… He[…]
The famous vlogger Casey Neistat commended running. “Don’t run because you have to, run because you can.” Casey Neistat don’t speak this time. He only edited a video with pieces of texts, sentences and quotes. He refers about main reasons we have to run: “for happiness, focus, fitness, fun,… We just add “for DISCOVERING” obviously! Among all of[…]
What a pace! And is there a more beautiful reason to run? Ronnie Goodman has run the second half-marathon of San Francisco in 2014 to raise money and awareness for the Hospitality House, a charity whose mission is to strenghen community bounds in San Francisco. More to read at www.thesfmarathon.com/runwithronnie/
This short movie is inspiring and makes you want to go out, run and play with your surroundings. Would that be a good way to visit a city? Of course it is, and you’re on good hands if you want to do it in Montréal 😉
From Grand Rapids to Montréal, running has become an excellent way to visit, or visit has become another reason to run! Marie Allard, journalist with La Presse tested the running tour experience, tells about it and refers us in her article published on November 23rd. Only in French, but, yes, you are able to understand, or you also can[…]
Health care professionals are the best to advise how to run better during winter. L’Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec (physiotherapists) wrote a serie of 3 interesting articles about the good practices to adopt to run in winter (only in French, sorry!) : Courir l’hiver : ce qu’il faut savoir (running in winter: what you[…]