At 165 metres, the Montreal Tower (Tour de Montréal) is the tallest inclined tower in the world. It is incorporated into the north base of the Olympic Stadium, built as the main venue for the 1976 Summer Olympics and designed by French architect Roger Taillibert. The top floor of the tower houses an observatory with a good view on the entire Greater Montreal region and the Saint Lawrence River.
Above, in the lobby.
Above, Botanical Garden and Parc Maisonneuve.
Above, looking towards Downtown Montreal.
Above, Saint-Lawrence river.
Above, Ile Sainte-Hélène.
Above, skyscrapers of Downtown and Mount Royal.
Above, Saputo Stadium, home of the Montreal Impacts MLS team, and Olympic Village.
Above, on the way down.