The parc du Mont-Bellevue is part of a 200 hectares natural massif comprised of the mont Bellevue and the mount John-S. Bourque. The largest park in Sherbrooke, 45 hectares of the mont Bellevue are used by the municipality to provide an alpine ski resort, tennis courts and archery range to the population. Moreover, the city develops and maintains walking trails, cross-country ski trails, snowshoe trails and mountain bikes trails. The parc du mont Bellevue is home to a complex ecosystem and houses a remarkable biodiversity in the heart of the city.
Length: 7 km
2 Starting Points:
Chalet Antonio-Pinard (1440, rue Brébeuf)
Rue Dunant (at the corner of rue Thibault)
Winter fun at Mont-Bellevue
The ski centre at Park du Mont-Bellevue, with its
80-m vertical drop, is the ideal spot to learn to ski at any age. In addition
to its six downhill trails, Park du Mont-Bellevue also provides cross-country
skiing and snowshoeing enthusiasts with the opportunity to enjoy the peaceful setting of a forest right
in the city, while meandering along its many trails. An ice oval and two
tube sliding areas with a mechanical lift add to the pleasure of spending
time at Park du Mont-Bellevue. A downhill ski and snowboarding school, a sales
and rental shop offering downhill ski, cross-country ski, and snowshoe
equipment, a cafeteria, and a snack bar are also part of this charming site where
it’s great to relax outdoors.