More than 100 km of trails to hike

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9 cycling trails tailored for every interest!

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The townships trail

Discover the rich heritage of the region

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Upcoming events

Défi André Harbec, 3rd edition

Cowansville, departure from Énergie Sud at 7:30 a.m. every day

Sports event

June 3, 4 and 5, 2016

The event will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 3, 4 and 5, 2016. We will travel 125 kilometers each day from Cowansville. We invite all cyc...

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Mont Sutton

Sports event

June 4 and 5, 2016

XMAN is an obstacle race in trails of all sorts with some altitude gain. There will be around 15 different obstacles on an approximate distance of 7K where...

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Bromont Horse Trials

Bromont Olympic Horse Park

Sports event

June 9-12, 2016

International-calibre equestrian competition: horse trials. Bromont Olympic Equestrian Centre....

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36 Hours in Brome-Missisquoi

27 May 2016

How do we love Montreal? Let us count the ways. The poutine is to die for, the botanic gardens put cartoon hearts in our eyes, and the Greater Montreal area is full of wide open spaces. At Expedia.ca, we...

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The best apps for cycling trips

17 May 2016

Applications for cycling have grown exponentially and at an incredible pace in the last few years.  Nowadays, not only are there apps to measure your performance, there are also apps to compare it with other cyclists. In some cases,...

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Agnes Salm-Salm, a genuine princess-adventurer from Brome-Missisquoi

6 May 2016

Princess Agnes Salm-Salm (1840-1912) was a fearless and independent woman, a roving artist and entertainer, comedian and, especially, a princess that stayed close to the battlefields and far from the princely halls. As an adventurer, she played a role...

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Brome-Missisquoi tourism

Located in the Eastern Townships, a mere 40 minutes east of Montreal, Brome-Missisquoi is a region of tasty treats, cultural wealth and a host of outdoor activities. The region has 21 municipalities, home to some of the prettiest villages in the province of Quebec. The region, which is also regarded as the cradle of viticulture in Quebec, features a Wine Route that includes 21 vineyards. There are also the Bromont and Sutton mountains, and with its ample amount of green spaces the region is an ideal spot for biking, hiking, downhill skiing and golfing.

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