Outdoor skating rinks and cross-country skiing

Make the most of winter at one of our many skating rinks or cross-country ski and walking trails.

Outdoor skating rinks

Last modification: March 10, 2021 – 3:35 p.m.

The outdoor skating rinks are now closed for the season.

Make the most of winter at one of our many skating rinks.

Schedule (2020-2021)
Monday to Thursday: 2:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Friday: 12 to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Rink status

Location
Facility
Status
Alexandre-Bourgeau
5 Sainte-Anne Avenue
Large skating rink
Small skating rink
CLOSED
CLOSED
Arthur-Séguin
365 Saint-Louis Avenue
Large skating rink
Small skating rink
CLOSED
CLOSED
Cedar Park Heights
22 Robinsdale Avenue
Large skating rink
Small skating rink
CLOSED
CLOSED
Clearpoint
40 Killarney Gardens Avenue
Large skating rink
Small skating rink
CLOSED
CLOSED
Du Voyageur
205 du Voyageur Avenue
Skating oval
CLOSED
Hermitage
400 Hermitage Avenue
Large skating rink
Small skating rink
CLOSED
CLOSED
Ovide
20 Ovide Avenue
Large skating rink
Small skating rink
CLOSED
CLOSED
Northview
111 Viking Avenue
Large skating rink
Small skating rink
CLOSED
CLOSED
Large skating rink
Small skating rink
CLOSED
CLOSED
Pointe-Claire Village
263 Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore
Skating oval
CLOSED
Valois
85 Belmont Avenue
Large skating rink
Small skating rink
CLOSED
CLOSED

Guidelines

COVID-19 guidelines

  1. Access to Pointe-Claire residents only.
  2. Registration with the park attendant is mandatory.
  3. Stick-and-puck activities will be permitted on outdoor rinks, in groups of up to eight people.
  4. Please use the tables and benches to put on your skates. Access to the chalet is reserved for use of the washrooms only and a mask must be worn while inside.
  5. Organized activities or group reservations are not permitted
  6. Keep a distance of two metres at all times.

Capacity: 25 people/rink

These guidelines are subject to change without notice, to comply with government and public health directives.

  • The use of a helmet, gloves and neck guard is recommended.
  • Rinks must only be used during opening hours.

It is prohibited:

  • To use a chair, stroller or any other object, with the exception of a learning aid, on the skating rinks.
  • To eat on the rinks or to drink alcoholic beverages in the park.
  • To smoke or vape within nine metres of the park.
  • To climb or sit on the boards.

Pets are not permitted in the chalet and on the rinks.

Respectful conduct is expected at all times. You must leave the rink during maintenance or snow removal activities.

Accidents or damage to the facilities must be reported immediately to staff on site or, in their absence, to Inspection – Public Security (514-630-1234).

The City of Pointe-Claire cannot be held responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.

Cross-country skiing and snow hiking

Last modification: March 13, 2021 – 8:38 a.m.

The City is launching a pilot project: a circuit of cross-country ski and walking trails for winter sports enthusiasts to enjoy on the golf course, weather permitting.

Enter from Cartier Avenue to enjoy an outing in the heart of urban nature!

Schedule
Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

Trail status

Cross-country skiing trail CLOSED
Snow hiking trail OPEN

Guidelines

  1. Register with the attendant using your Multi Card.
  2. Access is restricted to Pointe-Claire residents.
  3. Keep a distance of two metres between yourself and others at all times.
  4. Snowshoeing is only permitted on the hiking trail.
  5. Do not walk on the ski trails.
  6. The ski trail is reserved for classic style.
  7. Respectful conduct is expected at all times.
  8. Promptly clear the trail if you fall or need to stop.
  9. Only use the trails during opening hours.
  10. Dogs are allowed on leach only on the hiking trail

It is prohibited to:

  • eat outside of the rest area or drink alcoholic beverages
  • smoke or vape within nine metres of the grounds
  • litter on the grounds
  • go off the trails, whether on foot, snowshoes or skis.

Accidents or damage to the facilities must be reported immediately to staff on site or, in their absence, to Inspection – Public Security (514-630-1234).

The City of Pointe-Claire cannot be held responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.

You must leave the trails during maintenance activities.

As part of the current pilot project and to limit the number of gatherings in compliance with the health measures related to the pandemic, cross-country skiing on the trails laid out by the City on the private grounds of the Beaconsfield Golf Club is reserved for Pointe-Claire residents this winter.

The cross-country ski trails are planned on the private grounds of the Beaconsfield Golf Club, in the section south of Highway 20.

The Beaconsfield Golf Club will be suspending sledding activities this winter due to civil liability and insurance issues. (document in French only)

Due to the planning and safety standards to which the City is subject, the project is under study and discussions are underway with the Beaconsfield Golf Club regarding the possibility of resuming these activities in the 2021-2022 winter season.

These guidelines are subject to change without notice, to comply with government and public health directives.

Information

514-630-1214

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