Axe de la Saint-François

Part of the Route Verte and the TransCanada Trail, it also passes through downtown Sherbrooke. L’axe de la Saint-François follows the St. Francis River which crosses Sherbrooke from the North end to the South end, allowing cyclists to discover this city’s cultural and heritage beauty, including lodging facilities, restaurants and small boutiques of all kinds. The cyclist, when departing from Lennoxville, can make a stop at Beaver Atto Park where there are picnic areas, restrooms and a fountain of water. Stay tuned....on your way, you will see the l'île Marie and the Réal-D. Carbonneau marsh.

Features

  • Paved shoulder
  • Cycling lane
  • Heavy motor vehicule traffic
  • Dedicated paved trail
  • Dedicated unpaved trail
  • Easy
  • Intermediate
  • Total length (km)  30
  • 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
  • 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

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