How to make summer last in Brome-Missisquoi

Destinations to explore, August 29, 2022 2022-08-29
Biking in Brome-Missisquoi © Jean-François Bergeron

Summer is always a time for fun. But why should the fun stop when fall arrives? The Brome-Missisquoi region offers you 1,001 reasons to prolong the summer season and discover the region’s treasures. Here are just some of them, sure to make you want to enjoy the end of summer to the fullest.

Mont Sutton
Photo credit: Rémy Ogez

Get the adrenalin rushing, in the air or on a bike

Mont Sutton invites you to enjoy the colours and the outdoors during its Fall Fest. Mountain biking on trails of all levels, mini hebertism courses, chairlift rides and outdoor live shows are just a few of the activities offered. Thrill-seekers won’t want to miss the giant zipline and the brand new zipline coaster, a one-of-a-kind activity in North America that, as you can guess, is like a zipline mixed with a roller coaster that takes you on a thrilling course through the treetops.

Adventure, pure and simple

Bromont, montagne d’expériences is full of activities for an extraordinary day in the great outdoors. You can purchase a ticket that includes a gondola ride and access to the climbing wall, the slackline park (balance on a strap) and the mountain luge. Divertigo, an exceptional family attraction, has more than 40 aerial games on four levels, including ziplines and a super swing hanging 30 feet in the air. Another great place is Backbone, a climbing centre that offers both climbing and slackline parks.

Route des vins Brome-Missisquoi
Photo credit: Jean-François Bergeron

Explore, admire, savour!

History and flavours will be key elements all season long in Brome-Missisquoi! Take the Prohibition Heritage Trail, a self-guided tour along bucolic landscapes that traces back the places that marked the Prohibition era. It's also the perfect opportunity to go on the Wine Route. Stop at the Maison des vins, which showcases the region's wine heritage. Then, stock up on supplies at local merchants or U-pick farms before taking a break in an enchanting vineyard for a 100% homegrown picnic.

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