Summer Activities in Mont-Sutton

Lodging in Sutton – Condo rental and for sale. Why Sutton for your Vacation? So many good Reasons!

Hiking trails

77 km of marked hiking trails, numerous view points, 2 lakes, 3 rustic camping sites, 1 refuge area. Starting this Summer, you will have access to the « village/mountain » trail which a section includes 20 sites. Composting toilets. For more information call the Parc d’Environnement Naturel de Sutton at (450) 538-4085.

Cycling 

Bande cyclable de 11.6 Kilomètres reliant Sutton au Vermont par la route 139. Aussi disponible, plusieurs cartes et circuits cyclables au Bureau d’information touristique

Golf 

Le golf Les Rochers Bleus offers you a breathtaking 18 hole course on 6230 yards surrounded by our beautiful mountains in the Eastern Townships. Also available a par 3 course in the village of Sutton.

Tennis

Tennis court rentals available at the Village Archimède (1-800-363-1226) and at the Hôtel Motel Horizon (1-877-538-3212).

Hunting and Fishing

Quality deer hunting on private land (zone 5). River fishing excursions, regular line fishing or fly fishing. Au diable vert. Hunting and fishing club 15, Rue Western Tel.: 538-2958 Permit information : 538-2211

Alpine skiing/snow boarding

Le Mont-Sutton can offer you 53 trails and glade skiing, 9 chair lifts, 3 of which are quads, 4 chalets on the mountain and numerous services available.

Cross Country skiing

40 km of groomed trails, 1 heated refuge, 1 welcome centre, ski equipment rentals and repairs. Sutton en Haut (450) 538-2271. 11 Km of trails designed for off-trail skiing and telemark. Downhill in the glades, vertical : 200 meters. Au diable vert. E-mail: info@audiablevert.qc.ca

Snowshoeing 

Available in four different areas. For more information please contact the Tourist Information Office Snowshoe «Tubbs» rentals with direct access to 11 km of trails. Guided snowshoeing excursions in the mounts of Sutton. Au diable vert E-mail: info@audiablevert.qc.ca 15 km of snowshoeing trails. Snowshoe rental on site (traditional and «Tubb»). Des Appalaches Inn Tel. : (450) 538-5799 or 1-877-533-5799

Ice skating

A skating rink in the village of Sutton is available for the young and young at heart.

Heritage tour

Township heritage tour now in place. 26 sites, 16 in the village and 10 in the Township of Sutton, offering you an historical and architectural perspective of the countryside. Pick up your map at the Sutton Tourist information office. Guided tours for groups available. Please contact the tourist bureau for more information 1-800-565-8455!

Attractions

If it is culture you prefer, Sutton and its artists will fill all your desires. From good food to good art, from good wine to fine music, we have it all. Just come and you will discover the art of living. The heart of Sutton Village is forever evolving with our merchants and craftspeople never ceasing to surprise and delight the most discerning shopper. Our shops are filled to the brim with exquisite clothing and things that make your house a home… Sutton heritage walking tour New in Sutton: Sutton Heritage Tour and Sutton Museum of Communications and History. Interpretive panels offer information on 26 sites of interest, 16 in the village and 10 on the back roads, allowing you to discover the charms of this old village founded by the Loyalists in 1802. The Church-Cemetery Tour is Sutton’s third Heritage Tour. As with the Village et Rural Tours, it starts at the Sutton Museum of Communications and History. This tour features six churches and sixteen cemeteries. Guided tours for groups available. For more information please contact the Tourist Information Office. Antiques Are you looking for that something special? You might just find what you are looking for in Sutton. Our antiques dealers await you. Confiserie Tentation Lollipops, home-made fudge, coffee beans covered with chocolate, fancy sugar for coffee, bubble gum buddies, the chocolate lazy ones, dolls and other goodies. 34 Principale Nord (450) 538-1899 Érablière Monique et Robert Enjoy a day in a small sugarbush. Old fashioned sap gathering with a horse. Maple fine cuisine (4 courses). Walking trails in the forest, X-country and showshoeing. Out of season : Dining room for groups on reservation. Choice of meat or game. 367 Mudgett Road (450) 538-0181 More information L’Érablière Gaby-Pierre Homemade maple syrup produts available on site. Sugar on snow every weekend. Hot baked beans available every Sunday. Informational visits of the premises. 1001 Route 139 North, Sutton (450) 538-4046 Musée du chocolat To satisfy that special craving, join us in an unforgettable journey through a world of Belgian Chocolate. Chocolaterie René Henquin, 8 Principale Street South, (450) 538-0139. Museum of communications and heritage of Sutton Located in the heart of the village, at the start of the Sutton Heritage Tours, The Eberdt Heritage Museum transports you to a universe of communication and history. Established in 1963 by Edmund J.O. Eberdt, the Museum is housed in the old stable of the Billings’ domain (1806). It was donated to the town by Mr. Eberdt in 1999. With communication technology as a guiding thread, you are invited to discover part of the Sutton region’s history, from the first post office to the telegraph service, the glory days of radio and the arrival of television. The Museum also includes a temporary exhibit hall. The theme of the exhibit is normally related to the history of the region or some specific aspect of communication technology. Thursday to Sunday 10am to 12pm and 1pm to 5pm. For information: (450) 538 3222. Circuits “coup de coeur” Brome-Missisquoi has a surprising diversity of landscapes for nature lovers. And in the midst of this half-tamed wilderness, picturesque villages are set at a bend of a riverbank or at a quiet country crossroads, with the stunning panorama of the Appalachian Mountains serving as their backdrop. Discover Brome-Missisquoi out of Sutton, explore our Routes “coup de coeur” Specialty shops Sutton is filled with small boutiques of all kinds. Souvenirs, gifts, specialty foods, regional products, health products and more. Flowers, plants and gardens Come and discover our unique gardens ( medicinal plants, ecological gardens, alpine and rock garden plants). Take a guided tour, you might find a plant for your own garden. Flea Market Every Saturday from May 11th to October 12th between 8am and 3pm meet the locals and see what they have to offer. You will find flowers, plants, antiques, clothing, toys, maple products, tools and much more. Westina Stables Carriage, hay or sleigh rides. Picnic with Ian and his superb percherons. Winter and summer. Reserve now for 2 to 20 people. 365, route 139 North Tel: (450) 538-5634