Harvest season

Celebrate the harvest season
on The Wine Route

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Cycling trip

Visit the region on your bike!

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More than 100 km of trails to hike

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The townships trail

Discover the rich heritage of the region

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Upcoming events

Expo Brome Fair

Expo Brome Fair

Popular event

September 4 to 7, 2015

The biggest agriculture fair in the region. Fun for the whole family since 1856. Labour Day weekend....

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Jazz Sutton



September 11 to October 4, 2015

Sutton Jazz offers indoor and outdoor high-caliber performances. Certain performances are either free or with a fee. Spread over four weekends (mid-September...

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Mont Sutton Fall Festival

Mont Sutton

Popular event

Sept. 12 to Oct. 12, 2015

Discover the beauty of autumn and dozens of outdoor activities, every weekend. Chairlift rides....

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On our blog


19 August 2015

Whether you’re on the road looking for a food or snack stop, or a place where you can dine on a succulent table d’hôte meal,...

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MONUMENTUM IN SUTTON: Sculpturing in the heart of nature

7 August 2015

With Nordicity as a theme, the second edition of the Sutton International Sculpture Symposium, better known as Monumemtum, is being held from August 8-16. Daniel...

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Photo contest on The Wine Route

5 August 2015

This summer, Brome-Missisquoi’s Wine Route is having a terrific contest whereby you’re invited to share your photos of vineyards in the region on social media...

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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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