Winter activities


A variety of winter activities will be offered throughout the city to give you a taste of the pleasures of winter. 


Saturday Hockey Night

It is with great regret that we announce the cancellation of the Saturday Night on Ice event that was scheduled for Saturday, February 18th.
Since the temperatures have been above normal in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue these past few days, the ice rinks are no longer usable. Unfortunately, as the event was scheduled to take place in two days, we prefer to announce its cancellation as soon as possible.
Instead, join us on Saturday, February 18, starting at 6:00 p.m., to see the Montreal Canadiens play the Toronto Maple Leafs on a giant screen in the Centre Harpell parking lot.
On the agenda:
  • Foodtruck pizza ($)
  • Free coffee and hot chocolate
  • Popcorn ($)
Bring your family or friends! It is said that the best things come when we step out of our comfort zones, so bring your chairs, blankets and dress appropriately!
We look forward to seeing many of you there,

Fat bike rental

Rent your fat bike at the identified tent at Parc Robillard. The reservation is for one hour, and you may explore the park or roam on the city's surounding cycling paths.

Free rental. For residents of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue only. You will need to provide a proof of residence, such as a driver's license. Ten bikes of various sizes are available. Bring your own helmet. 10 years and over.Reservations are not permitted

Where? Parc Robillard 
Schedule: Every Sunday of February, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Please take the time to read the Fat bikes rules and etiquette below before setting off for your ride.

  We are counting on everyone's collaboration to use fat bikes in a respectful manner:

  • Only ride in areas that allow and encourage biking.
  • Stay as far right as possible on the trail. This is so that others can pass on the left.
  • Yield to all other users when riding. Skiers and runners don’t have brakes but you do!
  • Ride on the firmest part of the track to prevent making a deep rut in the trail.
  • Leave room for others to pass (don’t ride side-by-side with all of your buddies blocking the full trail).
  • Be an ambassador for the sport: stay polite, educate other riders, discourage bad behavior and follow the rules.
  • Do not ride through sensitive wildlife habitats. Learn about the area you want to ride in before you ride there.
  • Do not disturb wildlife. Many species survive on minimal diets during winter. Stressors or the need to move quickly can deplete their energy stores.

Thank you for your cooperation, and enjoy your ride!