Memphrémagog

Entre-deux Rives

Trust us: You’ll want to take your time on this ride. The villages of North Hatley, Waterville and Ayer’s Cliff are treasure troves packed with unique attractions and local flavour. Note: The Wippi shuttle is outfitted with bike racks and connects North Hatley and Ayer’s Cliff via Lac Massawippi.

  • Paved road 39km
  • Unpaved bike path 7km
  • 46 km

NB : Note that the Le Wippi shuttle will not be in service in the summer of 2022.

On the road

Starting point:
150, rue Tyler, Ayer's Cliff

KM 9

St-James Anglican Church (Hatley)

Built in 1829 and designated as a historical site in 1989, this is the oldest Anglian church in the Townships. It’s worth the detour—as is the charming village of Hatley with its heritage homes and mature trees.

KM 15

Fromagerie La Station

Stock up on favourite organic cheeses like Alfred Le Fermier, Chemin Hatley or Comtomme, then devour a caramelized pear grilled cheese sandwich on the sunny patio.


KM 33

Domaine de Courval

This family-owned Waterville producer specializes in delicious, 100% organic goat cheese.

KM 38

Mines Capelton

Looking for a cool place away from the sun? Head underground at this 150-year-old former copper mine. Between the guided tours, obstacle course and museum, you’ll want to plan about two hours for a complete visit.


KM 46

North Hatley

Admire the architectural heritage and natural beauty of North Hatley, a village widely considered as one of Quebec’s most beautiful. No matter where you go—from the shores of Lac Massawippi to quaint boutiques and restaurant patios—you’ll be smitten.

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