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Return to normal on the Jacques Cartier Bridge Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve bike path is open South Shore Bike link is open The Route Verte is accessible in the Champlain Bridge area Cycling access ramp of the Concorde Bridge: detour to be expected Return to normal on the Jacques Cartier Bridge
 

Return to normal on the Jacques Cartier Bridge

April 19-30, 2019

The access ramp to Parc Jean-Drapeau, coming from Montreal on the Jacques Cartier Bridge, will be reopened to traffic starting at 5 a.m. on Friday, April 19, 2019.

Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve bike path is open

April 15-20, 2019

The Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve bike path is now marked out and open for cycling enthusiasts. Due to many construction zones, users will have to exercise caution. For a more pleasant and safer training session, we recommend using the facilities of the circuit after 5 p.m. on week days.

South Shore Bike link is open

April 6 to May 20, 2019

The South Shore Bike Link, a portion of the Route Verte between the locks of Saint-Lambert and Parc Jean-Drapeau, is open to cyclists.

The Route Verte is accessible in the Champlain Bridge area

April 12 to November 17, 2019

Cyclists can now take the Champlain Ice Control Structure and the seaway dike bike path towards the city of Sainte-Catherine or Parc Jean-Drapeau.

Cycling access ramp of the Concorde Bridge: detour to be expected

April 3 to May 16, 2019

The cycling access ramp, which serves as a cycling path between Île-Sainte-Hélène and the Concorde Bridge, will remain closed until the end of construction work on Espace 67. Cyclists can get to Île-Sainte-Hélène, from the Concorde Bridge, by taking the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve and then the Cosmos Bridge.

Plan your trip and avoid unpleasant surprises by consulting often the important notices or the schedule of activities and events that are of interest to you.

Psicobloc

Psicobloc

Psicobloc is a competition that involves solo climbing over a deep body of water. It is a competition open to everyone, and this year it will be held in Canada for the first time at the Aquatic Complex.

During the three-day event climbers will be required to show their speed, agility and endurance as they climb the inverse wall which is more than 16 metres high (55 feet). Without a rope, equipment or any other protective system, the competitors' climb will end with a playful plunge into the diving pool.

Participants will share in $20,000 worth of prize money.

There will also be music, exhibitors and activities for all at the event.

Schedule

August 23, 24 and 25, 2018
Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Getting to Aquatic Complex

Nearby parking areas:

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Rates and parking areas

Purchase the novel memory album that traces the evolution of Parc Jean-Drapeau.

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