Granby & region

Artria Cultural Loop

This leg of the Estriade network offers a unique cultural point of view thanks to 60+ works of art strewn along the way like an open-air museum. With a climb of barely 2%, it’s accessible to even the tiniest of legs. If you want to complete the loop, definitely stop at Parc National de la Yamaska.

  • Paved bike path 34km
  • Unpaved bike path 21km
  • Paved road 1km
  • 56 km

On the road

Starting point: Bureau d'accueil touristique de Granby
111, rue Denison Est, Granby


Café de la Brûlerie

This Café de village boasts a perfect location in the heart of Granby—not to mention a crowd-pleasing menu and sunny patio.

KM 11

Parc national de la Yamaska

Hike, bike or enjoy watersports—think beach, kayak, paddleboard and fishing—on Choinière Reservoir.

KM 35

Waterloo Pumptrack

This paved pumptrack is very popular: It is big, cleverly designed and located in the heart of the town. At night, the site is illuminated.

KM 46

La Villageoise Trail

This 12 km bike path connects the Estriade to Old-Bromont, a village typical of the Eastern Townships. It’s a great place to shop local boutiques or grab a bite to eat.


This circuit corrals 10 works of art conceived during five International Symposiums of Monumental Structures.

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