Sherbrooke Region

Grandes-Fourches Cycling Network - Grandes Fourches Circuit

Can’t decide between nature and the city? This circuit offers the best of both worlds! You’ll cross no less than three rivers (Massawippi, Saint-François and Magog) on this 52 km ride through mostly wooded terrain. And in towns like Sherbrooke and North Hatley, plenty of attractions await. Perfection!

  • Unpaved bike path 22km
  • Paved road 17km
  • Paved bike path 10km
  • Unpaved road 3km
  • 52 km

On the road

Starting point: Parc Lucien-Blanchard
755, rue Cabana, Sherbrooke

KM 38

Le Lion d’Or

This Lennoxville institution was the first microbrewery to open in Quebec. Some of its beers have received prestigious awards—and some are exclusively available at this location!—but all are brewed on-site.

KM 38

Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre

Peruse art exhibits showcasing local talent at this cultural centre. Fancy a cuppa? Traditional English tea is served on the veranda by staffers donning period costumes.

KM 49

Marché de la Gare

Grab a bite to eat—or stock your panniers for a picnic en-route—at this popular public market. Don’t leave without trying the famous gelato!

KM 51

Strøm Spa

Tired legs are no match for spa facilities like hot tubs, saunas and a eucalyptus steam bath. The best part? It’s just minutes from downtown Sherbrooke.

KM 51

Siboire Jacques-Cartier

Take a well-deserved break at this microbrewery near Lac des Nations. You can’t go wrong with the three cheese pizza—all local, of course!—and Sherbrooke-brewed lager.

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