Sherbrooke is a thriving urban center at the convergence of the Magog and St. Francis rivers. Whether you’re searching for peaceful walks or urban hikes filled with action, Sherbrooke has the paths you’re looking for. And what about the 14 giant fresco murals showcase the city’s oldest neighborhoods?! Beautiful houses in the Old North are tangible signs of the English-speaking community’s significant contribution to the city’s development. In summer, several festivals, concerts, and events are held in the city. Outdoor enthusiasts can play golf, use the cycling trails along rivers and encircling the city. Come winter plenty of activities as well: downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoe, tube sliding and fatbike. Sherbrooke’s Greeters are ready to show you around and share some hidden gems of the city. Discover Sherbrooke with us!