Walker’s Paradise in Montreal

Sometimes people ask us, so, can we walk some place from here. Well, we live in a walker’s paradise with a walkscore of 98. Daily errands don’t require a car. For public transport, we have a score of 100. And for biking a score of 94.

So, what does that mean? That means that you get to leave the world behind and use your own two feet to get to most places (walk or bike) and public transport is easily accessible to get to other places in Montreal. The front gates (Roddick Gates) of McGill University are just a 15 to 20 minute walk. Old Montreal, is about 20 minutes away. Just a few hundred restaurants in the neighbourhood and yet we live on a quiet residential street.

Walker’s Paradise in Montreal

Sometimes people ask us, so, can we walk some place from here. Well, we live in a walker’s paradise with a walkscore of 98. Daily errands don’t require a car. For public transport, we have a score of 100. And for biking a score of 94.

So, what does that mean? That means that you get to leave the world behind and use your own two feet to get to most places (walk or bike) and public transport is easily accessible to get to other places in Montreal. The front gates (Roddick Gates) of McGill University are just a 15 to 20 minute walk. Old Montreal, is about 20 minutes away. Just a few hundred restaurants in the neighbourhood and yet we live on a quiet residential street.