Brome-Missisquoi Region
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Brome-Missisquoi Region 

24-A, rue Principale Sud (Tourist welcome office)
Sutton (Qc), Canada
J0E 2K0
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Brome-Missisquoi, located in the Eastern Townships, an hour drive from Montréal, features 22 vineyards along the marked Route des vins (Wine Route), which goes through Frelighsburg, Dunham and Lac-Brome. Agritourism is highlighted different ways throughout the region: guided tours, tastings, vineyard package, picking. Look for the "Café de village" banner. Owners are proud to help tourists discover the flavours, arts and secrets of their surroundings. The Mount Sutton and Ski Bromont massif is the ideal place to enjoy hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, downhill skiing, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. There is also a 2.4 km (1.5 mi) bike trail network around Bromont that provides access to the trail L’Estriade. Bike tourism is a great way to discover the living landscapes and picturesque villages in a setting of plains, valleys and mountains. Brome-Missisquoi is also a popular destination for golfers with its 9 golf courses and for well-being with its 7 health centers. Many cultural events allow you to discover the artists and craftsmen.

24-A, rue Principale Sud (Tourist welcome office)
Sutton (Qc), Canada
J0E 2K0

 
 
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Cross-Country Skiing    
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Golf    
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Tourist Route    
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Cycling    
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Hiking    
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Vineyard    
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Downhill Skiing    
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Spa and Health Center    
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Waterslides    
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Exhibits    
Permanent offices

Bromont Tourist Information Office
15, boulevard de Bromont
Bromont
1-877-276-6668 / 450-534-2006

 

Sutton Tourist Information Office
24-A, rue Principale Sud
Sutton
J0E 2K0
1-800-565-8455 / 450-538-8455

Seasonal offices
See also
Brome-Missisquoi Wine Route (Route des vins)
Come visit this wine-producing region by following the Wine Route! Located in the Eastern Townships, the Brome-Missisquoi Wine Route consists of 22 vineyards found in a 25-kilometre (15.5 mi.) radius that together produce some 100 different vintages. ...