Skating rinks for everyone

Updated on Jan 18, 2022

Where can you go skating hand in hand, perform your double backwards salchow or become Kim Boutin for a while? Here are some suggestions for you in the Eastern Townships...

Carolyne Parent

© Stéphane Lemire

Romantic Skating

On this frozen path, located in Magog, illuminated in the evening, you’ll enjoy Lake Memphremagog in the background for over a distance of 2.5 km; truly charming! Plus, there are plenty of restaurants in the area, so we can grab a bite to eat at home!

Exuberant Skating!

A pond covering a surface of about 6,000 sq. meters, in winter offers quite a surface to express yourself on skates, day and night, to the sound of music! Where? In the park of the Domaine-Howard in Sherbrooke.

© Base de plein air André-Nadeau

Skating as a Family

All the family will enjoy the two frozen areas of the Base de plein air André-Nadeau. One is dédicated for the hockey players and the other one allow you to express yourself on skates.

© Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook

Skating by the Way

One wants to go winter-biking, the other, wants to go snowshoeing and your youngest just wants to skate. Your best bet is to go to the park of La Gorge de Coaticook. Located near the welcome office of the campground, the skating rink is accessible all winter long depending on the weather.

©Gilles Cazeault

Athletic Skating

In Granby, in the Parc Daniel-Johnson, the skating rink offers a lot of fun for everyone, but especially those who are serious skaters, who like to race around the ice rink.

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