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  • Bird-watching
    The tourist and recreational project "Cité des rivières", which highlights the St.Francis and Magog River shorelines, offers panoramas of the lac des Nations, a particularly nice place to go birding.
  • Marais Réal-D.-Carbonneau
    Experience the soothing music of Mother Nature. Five minutes from downtown Sherbrooke, the Marais Réal-D.-Carbonneau offers nature and all its wonders. Discover the marsh, its fauna and flora in a beautiful setting.
  • Magog River Gorge
    Walk along the Magog River and discover the wonders of the Magog River Gorge!
  • Milby Golf Club
    Golf Milby, one of the best semi-private golf courses in Québec!
  • Mémoire vive
    Mémoire vive is a 5.6 km self-guided heritage walking tour in Sherbrooke’s city centre. Follow your guide, the new iPad!
  • Lac-des-Nations promenade
    The Lac-des-Nations promenade, a multi-purpose urban path (walking, biking and in-line skating), offers a fantastic walking path around the Lac-des-Nations in Downtown Sherbrooke.
  • Bowling Rooms
    In Sherbrooke, many bowling rooms are welcoming people to play all year long.
  • Downhill skiing
    Try downhill skiing or snowboarding with friends or family at Mont Bellevue!
  • Karting Orford
    Discover karting, feel the thrill of driving at top speed!
  • Cross-country skiing
    Sherbrooke welcomes cross-country skiing enthusiasts for a sporting experience in a natural environment at each corner of the city, close to all services.
  • Club de Ski Nautique - Sherbrooke
    The École de ski nautique de Sherbrooke (waterskiing) offers for more than 45 years courses and tours of waterskiing and wakeboarding to people of all ages.
  • Murals Tour
    In downtown Sherbrooke, the 15 immense frescoes bring to light the rich heritage of the urban landscape of the city’s old neighborhoods.
  • Maison de l'eau
    La Maison de l'eau offers pedalo rental, long boats and snow scooters ; 130 km of multi-purpose trails along the Magog River and Saint-François River; a vast parking lot, a snack-bar and a beach.
  • Grandes-Fourches cycling network
    Bicycle lovers in Sherbrooke have access to a 125 km cycling network divided into 6 distinct parts around a nature infused urban center.
  • Ice skating
    Sherbrooke has lots of outdoor rinks – attractive sites that appeal to children and adults alike!
  • Sherbrooke Country Club
    Located in the heart of Sherbrooke, at the corner of the Prospect and Jacques-Cartier Streets, Club de golf Sherbrooke has pleased golfers for more than 88 years.
  • Snowshoeing
    What could be better than a snowshoe excursion after a good snowfall?
  • Les Sentiers de l'Estrie
    Les Sentiers de l'Estrie, it's over 200 km in the most beautiful tracks of the Eastern Townships. Come walk and having fun!
  • Kicksledding
    Need to stretch your legs? This winter, try kicksledding at your favourite site.
  • Johnville Bog Forest Park
    The Johnville Bog and Forest Park was created to protect and promote the long-term ecological and cultural heritage of 228 hectares of land.
  • Tube sliding
    Two locations welcome families for an unforgettable day of tube sliding in Sherbrooke.
  • Descente du Corridor bleu
    For lovers of the great outdoors and young adventure seekers, a 3 hour ride traversing scenic rural and urban settings is the perfect outing.
  • Fishing
    The Magog and Saint Francis Rivers offer 16 and 39 pools each, near Sherbrooke – with brown and rainbow trout, perch, and others. Little Lake Magog is also a favourite among those after bass, perch, pike, and more.
  • Bois-Beckett Park
    The Bois Beckett is the perfect place to enjoy nature all year-round with your family.
  • Domaine Howard
    The magnificent buildings of the Parc du Domaine-Howard are an example of high quality eclectism – the trend in that era.
  • Venise Country Club
    Club de golf Venise, two championship style golf courses with incomparable views on Mount Orford and the Magog Lake.
  • Parc de la rive
    Located on the shores of the St-François River, the wonderful parc de la Rive welcomes walkers and cyclists who stop a few moments to enjoy the scenery or have a picnic.
  • Walking in winter
    With its expansive natural settings, Sherbrooke boasts an enviable geographic location for winter walking.
  • Mont-Bellevue Park
    The parc du Mont-Bellevue is the largest park in Sherbrooke with its 200 hectares. Enjoy many kilometres of trails in the heart of Sherbrooke.
  • Longchamp Golf Club
    Less than 10 minutes away from downtown Sherbrooke, Club de golf Longchamp is waiting!
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