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

Suisse National Day Celebration, 40th edition

Altitude 400 Chalet at SUTTON,


July 30, 2016

Every year, during the weekend closest to August 1st, Swiss people, in their homeland, as well as abroad, celebrate their National Holiday with a great dis...

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Mikinak Festival

Pike River

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August 6, 2016

Come celebrate the 1st Mikinak festival. A summer festival of turtle that is for the entire population of Pike River and all its tourists and river users. ...

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Open house at Oneka Farm

Oneka Farm



The Oneka Team is delighted to invite you to their farm for their first open house event. Come relax and learn in an enchanting setting with a breathtak...

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48 delightful hours discovering Bedford!

27 July 2016

Our quest for new adventures has us take the road to Bedford; a lovely town where hilltop breezes, majestic maples, and fields of corn come together to offer an amazing landscape. Friday 4 p.m. Finding the perfect abode Maison Coslett-Saunders...

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Dunham’s Red Sashes: A “home” guard confronts the IRA

21 July 2016

The creation of The Red Sashes was a defiant reaction against the British authorities in the aftermath of the first Irish invasion by the IRA (Irish Republican Army), from June 7-10, 1866. After seeing their own homes pillaged and...

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Some nice ideas for vacationing on a small budget

14 July 2016

Summer vacations are approaching and you’d like to get out of the house, but your budget is rather limited. Don’t worry, you don’t have to empty your piggybank to have fun in the Brome-Missisquoi region. Here are a few...

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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 22 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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La mie bretonne, Boulangerie artisanale


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Hôtel Château-Bromont



Hôtel Château-Bromont provides a highly elegant and contemporary setting. The well-appointed luxurious… [+]

Chapelle Ste-Agnès Vineyard



One of the 10 most beautiful vineyards in North America. A "terroir"… [+]