Parc John H. Molson&Nbsp;- Patinoire St Sauveur - Hiking

Parc John H. Molson - Patinoire St Sauveur - Hiking


Laurentides, Quebec, Canada




Parc John H. Molson - Patinoire St Sauveur Statistics

Difficulty

Easy

Distance

4 KM

Dog allowed

Child friendly


What are the activities at Parc John H. Molson - Patinoire St Sauveur ?

Hiking

Ice skating


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Why choose a trail at Parc John H. Molson - Patinoire St Sauveur?

John H. Molson Park is a great place to go hiking or even skating! This park is located in the heart of the city of Saint-Sauveur. It is located behind the Pauline-Vanier chalet, which houses the Valley Historical and Genealogical Society.

Come and enjoy the trails in the John H. Molson Park, which is located behind the Pauline Vanier Cottage.

This charming place will allow you to enjoy summer and winter pleasures.

In addition to the skating trails, three ice surfaces for different age groups are available for you to practice field hockey.

Please note that this facility is open from May to November. And that the entrance to access it is free!



What are the services on site?

Parking Toilet Interpretation Center Picnic table

What are the hiking trails at Parc John H. Molson - Patinoire St Sauveur ?

  • Trails
    Distance
    Elevation
    Type
    Difficulty
  • PARC JOHN H. MOLSON
    4 km
    0 m
    Loop
    Beginner

Rate & open hour

Access fee Free
Schedule

From 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day

Coordinates
45.8979905 -74.1575627

What are the coordinates and address of Parc John H. Molson - Patinoire St Sauveur?

Parc John-H. Molson
(450) 227-4633
Rue Viviane, Saint-Sauveur, QC J0R 1R4, Canada

What are the comments and evaluations from the community?

John Shaw
John Shaw
Found this place while searching online for skating trails. Now that I know this place exsists I will come regularly. Closest skating trail to Montreal and the ice conditions are impeccable! They also have 3 skating rinks where you can skate or play hockey, even organized games. There's a chalet with public washrooms. They also provide skating-bar/assist for inexperienced skaters. Open 10-10, most of the trails have lights for night skating. Longest trail is just under 1kms. The only thing missing would be a snack/hot-dog stand.
3 years ago
Leo Thomas
Leo Thomas
Wonderful experience for young and for all ages. Well maintained skating rinks, great trails through the woods, some illuminated, and warm changing rooms and bathroom facilities make for a truly unique skating experience. Sledding also on site. Great for young families.
3 years ago
Dennis Wallace
Dennis Wallace
This place is great for families and teens. There's a water park summer time a nice skating trail it's really amazing night time. There's skatepark well maintained. A soccer field. Basketball court. All that surrounded by nature. Welcome to St-Sauveur! 🙂
3 years ago
Vicki Chen
Vicki Chen
Great place to go really recommend it but it always says that the rink is open when it is really not.... its ben 2 days since snow has fallen into the ice and nobody is clearing it plz change your system its getting really annoying!!!
3 years ago

Starting Point

The park is located in the center of Saint Sauveur. It is located behind Chalet Paulin.

To get there, take exit 60 off the Laurentian Autoroute (15) towards Saint-Sauveur. Chalet Pauline-Vanier is located at 33, avenue de l'Eglise.

Things not to be missed

The stone dust trails, with no elevation changes, run through a wooded area dominated by conifers, notably larch, spruce, fir and cedar.

The trails are very well groomed and you can snowshoe, skate or simply enjoy a nice family walk on the 3 lit trails along most of the route.

Dogs on a leash are welcome. Except in winter. Unfortunately, they are not allowed on the rink.

Note that the John H. Molson Park in Saint-Sauveur is the largest park dedicated to skating in the Laurentians.

Its facilities are very popular with families in the region and attracted 47,000 visitors in only 74 days in 2007!

These facilities allow users of all ages to have fun, whether skating on the trails or playing a game of field hockey on the rink.

It's a great choice to spend a fun and relaxing time with your family or friends!

Where to sleep?

You are exhausted! The day has been tre. Clongue however you want to stay in this place and enjoy the nature? You want to find a shelter near John H. Molson Park?

There are large cottages, lofts and many other accommodations that will allow you to relax even more and enjoy this unique place.

Our favorites:

We've collected the best refuges for you to make it easier!

Fiddler Lake Resort

Great comfort, in rustic log cabin charm! Fiddler Lake Resort, is one of the most beautiful private estates, located in the Saint-Sauveur Valley. Over 50 cottages are located near Malson Park.

Chimo huts

A special refuge in the middle of nature. Chimo refuges offers unique accommodations, cabins in the middle of trees, some of which include a free stay for children under 14.

And that's not all! Chimo shelters accept pets.

With Chimo refuges, you'll have a great experience in the trees! What more could you ask for?




Let’s Answer Your Questions - FAQ

What is the level of difficulty of Parc John H. Molson ?

Easy

What are the opening hours ?

From 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day

Are dogs allowed?

Yes

Is the place are families friendly?

Yes

Is it free?

Yes

Is there an information center / service center / reception?

Yes


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