Spring in Montreal… and runners.

Spring in Montreal is a concept. It can arrive fast (too fast in February) or at least makes its presence felt, as it may… Not happen at all. Next step : summer please without stop.   Without transition It may just be a feeling because of the extremes very marked of the weather in Montreal and Quebec Province, Read more about Spring in Montreal… and runners.[…]

OBJECTIVE: RUN

Everybody is beginning the new year with faithful resolutions. So, are we. But we consider objectives instead of resolutions. Because resolutions are meant to solve an issue. We don’t really have issues… 🙂 What if we speak about objectives to achieve or trying to at least?   Have fun, have a run! Again this year, we will Read more about OBJECTIVE: RUN[…]

Shows to see for a real Montrealer summer: TOP 3!

It is not deliberately, but we came with a “Top 3” of the shows to see this summer in Montreal! There are beautiful shows, which is a sure way to end your holiday falling in love with the city and knowing its history better… There are perfect to complete your knowledge from your running tour with Read more about Shows to see for a real Montrealer summer: TOP 3![…]

Montreal’s museums Top 3

For the Montreal’s Museums day (end of May generally), too warm days in summer or too cold days in winter, it is always a good time to discover a city deeply, with its museums.  Here is our TOP 3 of the museums you want to visit!   While many museums are very rich and interesting, Read more about Montreal’s museums Top 3[…]

View of downtown Montreal from Canal de Lachine, it’s here #3!

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 Read more about View of downtown Montreal from Canal de Lachine, it’s here #3![…]

La Maison Du Calvet, it’s here #2!

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 Read more about La Maison Du Calvet, it’s here #2![…]

Le Complexe Bourbon, it’s here #1!

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 Read more about Le Complexe Bourbon, it’s here #1![…]