A young hockey player dressed in a red snowsuit heads for the frozen lake in Mount Royal Park. Montreal's city park is beloved by in all four seasons with skiers, skater, hikers and bikers. It is a magnificent urban green space featuring 200 hectares of biodiversity and natural beauty. Inaugurated in 1876, it was planned by Frederick Law Olmsted who is famous for creating New York's Central Park.
- MELISSA FARLOW
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- Contained in galleries
- Frederick Law Olmstead_National Geographic magazine 3/2005