Roulant Experience #2: Nature Connection Walk on Mont Royal with Jérémie for Santropol Roulant


$60 - Nature reconnection walk

Your purchase includes: a guided nature walk of the flaura, fauna and geology of Mont Royal with Jérémie, a few pairs of binoculars to share, a local & organic snack, and a $30 tax receipt.

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What is a Roulant Experience? Created to help us reach our Golden Gala fundraising goal, these one-of-a-kind outings are hosted by Roulant staff members for one day only to share their unique interests and expertise with YOU… all for a good cause! Connect with Pier, Jeremie, Nazmus and other members of your community through immersive group activities where they will share their passion, knowledge, and unique perspective. You won’t find these experiences anywhere else!

How does it work?
  • Each experience has a maximum number of spots available;
  • Each activity has a set price of $60 per person, which is eligible for a $30 tax receipt;
  • You can sign up for an experience on a first-come first-served basis;
  • All proceeds help us reach the fundraising goal of $32,000 for seniors in their golden years who are at risk of food insecurity and social isolation.

Nature Connection Walk on Mont Royal with Jérémie
Date: Sunday, October 27, 2019 **Postponed to Saturday, November 16, 2019**
Time: 9:00am-12:00pm
Meeting place: The Sir George-Étienne Cartier Monument at the base of Mont Royal (Park Ave)
Number of participants: 8
Price: $60 (elligible for a $30 tax receipt)

Connect with the wilderness in the Roulant’s backyard! Join Roulant’s Kitchen Co-Manager and wildlife enthusiast Jérémie to explore how we can open our eyes and ears to Montreal’s natural beauty.

Start in the morning at the base of the mountain to glean information about the geological history of Mont Royal. Then, explore the best birding spots, learn about the fauna and flora of the deciduous and mixed forests, and discover how to identify plants and animals yourself. Once at the chalet, enjoy the view of the downtown core and eat a snack with a local, organic flair. Then, explore two great birding spots including a vernal pool and a meadow before making your way back down to the statue.

What we provide: a few pairs of binoculars to share, a local & organic snack
What you should bring: weather appropriate clothing, walking shoes, water or hot beverage, binoculars, a camera, and any additional snacks you think you might need.

Start: Saturday 16 November 2019, 09:00 AM

End: Saturday 16 November 2019, 12:00 PM

Monument to Sir George-Étienne Cartier, Park Ave, Montreal, Quebec