6376Re: Plateau Mont-Royal
- Oct 26, 2003"powerwalker" <exqmtl@...> writes:
>> What I don't recall from my time in Montreal is how windy it is inNo matter how bad the weather gets in montreal I can testify from
>> the depths of the winter. I seem to recall that temperatures of
>> -20 C are common and that it gets even colder. If it's windy, then
>> walking 10 minutes or more outdoors can really be a problem.
> Yes, it often windy, sometimes the temperature gets to -20 or colder, but
> the occurence have been more scarce in the past few years. 10 minutes is my
> walk for home to train, but I know not everyone is willing to do this in bad
> weather. So we still have the tram/bus solution for these cases, with heated
personal experience (walking around) that it is technically possible
to walk about 30-40 minutes =~ 3kms. Now I don't expect everyone to do
something like this, but that's what is possible.
On a side note. I don't know many people who own dogs, but I think
they walk them year-round regardless of the weather (or at least they
do if they care about their dog).
Bijan Soleymani <bijan@...>
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