Mont Bellevue is a peak that rises to 333 metres. It is situated in a public park located in the borough of Mont-Bellevue in Sherbrooke, Quebec. The park contains two mountain peaks (Mont Bellevue and Mont John-S.-Bourque) 200 hectares of land, 30 kilometers of trails, several different types of ecosystems, and remarkable biodiversity. Claiming 20% of the total park land, it is the largest park in Sherbrooke. In winter, it is available for alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, walking, and inner tubing. In summer, visitors may participate in hiking, mountain biking, archery, tennis, and jogging.
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