Sherbrooke Region

Grandes-Fourches Cycling Network - Magog Loop

This route follows Rivière Magog through the heart of Sherbrooke and loops around Lac des Nations. The leg located between the southern shore of Lac des Nations, between Des Draveurs Pathway and Parc Jacques-Cartier, is a designated multipurpose path. Cyclists, rollerbladers and pedestrians are encouraged to slow down and share the space.

  • Paved bike path 11.5km
  • Paved road 1.5km
  • 13 km

On the road

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


Maison de l'eau au parc Lucien-Blanchard

A new aquatic installation makes exhibits like “Live Critters!” possible. (Those critters? Frogs, turtles, snakes and fish native to the region.) There’s also beach volleyball courts, picnic tables and play structures for kids.

KM 1

Café Aragon

Delicious options abound at this charming Café de village. A warm, welcoming spot to kick back and relax…

KM 3

Sherbrooke’s Murals

A first of its kind in Canada, this tour through downtown Sherbrooke features 18 murals—the largest trompe-l’oeil circuit in North America.

KM 3

Art and Mosaic Circuit

It takes no less than 100,000 plants to bring these moisaicultures to life. Kids will love to see the giant rubber ducky, school of fish, lotuses, floral fresca and more.

KM 4

Parc Jacques-Cartier

This park has a sublime location on Lac-des-Nations and acts as a gathering space ideal for relaxing, playing games and even hosting large-scale festivals. Walk the Lac-des-Nations Boardwalk to access Marché de la Gare.

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