Learn a new summer or winter sport or brush up on your skills with our lessons and introductions. We offer kayak introduction in the summer, and cross-country ski lessons for children and adults in the winter!
349 adults and 118 children, benefited from Ski de fond Québec-certified courses in 2022.
Learn a new sport with our lessons and introductions!
There is nothing better than practicing a sport outdoors to stretch your legs and get some fresh air! Take advantage of our lessons and introductions in the summer and winter to discover a new sport or to perfect your technique!
In the summer, learn to kayak and explore the waterways along the Island of Montréal! Our introductory courses are offered at four sites in Montréal, three of which are on the Back River and one next to the Lachine Canal.
In the winter, take a Ski de fond Québec-certified cross-country ski lesson and have fun gliding through snowy parks! We offer courses for adults and children in four of Montréal's nature parks and in one Saint-Amable park.
We offer lessons to kids and adults alike.
In the winter, take a Ski de fond Québec-certified lesson.
In the summer, take an introduction to kayaking and explore the Montréal waterways.
Enjoy our introductions, all year round.
There are many benefits to being active outdoors!
We all know physical activity helps reduce our stress levels, stay in shape and sleep better. Moreover, when it's outside and in nature, it's even more beneficial! Contact with nature not only reduces our stress levels, but also allows us to recharge our batteries and provides a bit of an escape from ruminating thoughts.
It's also a good way to get vitamin D, an important vitamin that is harder to obtain in winter. The biggest benefit? It’s fun!
Do you want to learn more about the flora and fauna that surrounds you when you practice an outdoor sport? Explore our guided outdoor activities! Depending on the season, you can take part in guided walks or snowshoe outings, as well as guided kayak excursions with our nature educators to learn more about the biodiversity of the surrounding ecosystems!