When to look at the largest supermoon in Montreal subsequent week

Whether you’re hanging out on one of the city’s rooftop bars with a view, or parking it in one of Montreal’s impossibly gorgeous green spaces, you will be able to spot the biggest supermoon of the year over three days this month. With all the incredible free things to do in Montreal, this should definitely be on your bucket list.

What is the supermoon?

Starting on Tuesday, July 12, until Friday, July 15, the Buck Moon will be making an appearance in the sky. It will be closer, bigger, and brighter than any other full moon in 2022, reaching its peak on Wednesday, July 13, at 2:38 pm Eastern Time.

When is the best time to see it?

The best time to catch the supermoon is when it is rising or setting, because that’s when it appears the largest to the naked eye. Mark your calendars, and keep your eyes peeled southwest after sunset on Wednesday, July 13, at 8:41 pm

What else is happening in the skies in July?

July 29 to 31 is also when meteor showers will be peaking. These are best viewed as far away from the bright lights of the city as possible, so grab a casual bite to eat and hit up your favorite park or urban beach for the best view.

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