Would you like to visit the zoo and enjoy
outdoor activities this winter? Spend a day or several days in the
charming area of Granby, at the entrance of the Eastern Townships.
There’s something for everyone, so bundle up and head out for
At the Granby
Zoo in the winter, visitors get to see more than 90% of the
animals at a fraction of the price of admission in the summer. This
is the opportunity to check out the Amur tigers, snow leopards,
Japanese macaques, wallabies and other exotic animals in a fantastic
snow-covered setting! Two new features this year: visitors will get
to see the lions and rhinoceros for the first time in winter and
explore the activity course on the African Trail. Have fun at the
Winter Village, too, where you’ll find slides, a maze and giant
games, as well as themed presentations given by animal care
The Parc national de la Yamaska is a
large playground that is ideal for practising fatbike, beginners
and experts alike! Head out on two wheels and make your way to the
19 km (11.8 mi.) bike path that loops around the lake – one of the
longest fatbiking trails in the region. You can even take
advantage of bike rentals, which are free for riders ages 17 and
Located near Granby’s downtown area, the
Cèdres Golf Course stays open in the winter and is a place
for cross-country skiing and skate-style skiing. After some good
exercise, warm up in the main pavilion with a delicious soup or
some hot cocoa by the fire.
Would you like a traditional activity
that is sure to amaze your kids? Fishing on the ice in
the outdoors is a great way to enjoy some quality family time.
Make the most of it with this hassle-free
package deal that includes an hour with a park warden,
access to a fishing shelter and all of the gear you need. It could
be an excellent way to spend spring break!