How to get to the circuit?

The 24h Roller Montreal village is situated in front of the F1 paddock Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Île Notre -Dame. Here are directions to access the circuit by bike or skates, by public transport or by car:

  • By car

From Montreal, take the Concorde Bridge via the Bonaventure highway to access Île Notre -Dame. Thereafter, follow the signs to the P- 4 parking near the paddocks. The 24h Roller parking lot is accessible by P4 .

  • Public transport

Go to the subway station Jean-Drapeau, located on Île Ste -Hélène. From there, ride the Cosmos bridge to Île Notre -Dame, which leads you to the F1 Track. Follow the trail to the paddocks. Bus 167 also serves the park (see for more information).

  • By bike or skate
    • From Montreal
      From the Lachine Canal bike path, near the Old Port, follow the signs to the Cité du Havre and, subsequently, to Île Notre Dame.
    • South Shore
      Take the link from Victoria Bridge, which leads directly to Île Notre-Dame.


Parking Spaces:

The Île Notre-Dame parking is the only parking where you can leave your car
overnight for the 24h Roller for 2 days (charges not included). All other parking lots charge the regular rate and night parking is not allowed. Think of ways to carry your equipment from the parking lot to the paddocks or arrive early and drop your things on your space at the red carpet. View Google Map.