Réseau cyclable des Grandes-Fourches

The Sherbrooke cycling network is 119 km of winding trails, roads and designated lanes in the heart of nature! This network was designed so that the cyclist would not have to go over the same trail twice. Three loops divided into six axes that make up “des Grandes Fourches” offer three different routes all with their own distinct characteristics. Each one answers a different need in cyclists depending on the degree of difficulty one wishes to seek. Along the route, an impressive architectural heritage, covered bridges and copper mines no longer in use are open to visitors, is a testimony to Sherbrooke’s bicultural community, unique in Québec.

Features

  • Paved shoulder
  • Cycling lane
  • Heavy motor vehicule traffic
  • Unmarked route
  • Dedicated paved trail
  • Dedicated unpaved trail
  • Difficult
  • Easy
  • Intermediate
  • Total length (km)  119
  • Paved bike trail
  • Stone dust bike trail

Other activities

  • Hiking
  • In-Line Skating

Services

  • Service building
  • Scenic view
  • Campgrounds
  • Drinking water
  • Biking rest stop
  • Patrol
  • Beach
  • Bike repair
  • Free parking
  • Parking fee
  • Telephone
  • Restrooms

Rates

  • Access fee

Membership in a network

  • Is part of the Route verte
  • Part of la Véloroute des Cantons

Learn more

Upload cycling unmarked circuits and cycling trails (PDF)

Upload cycling unmarked circuits and cycling trails (PDF)

Upload cycling unmarked circuits and cycling trails (PDF) and discover parking near of Cycling trails, Bike rental shops, etc.

Map