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Our 6 suggestions to enjoy the fall foliage


Between mid-september to mid-october fall foliage in fantastic in Brome-Missisquoi. So here are a few suggestions for fall outings that you can go on as a couple, as a family or with friends.

Domaine naturel du Lac Gale

Lac Gale - Région de Brome-Missisquoi

Photo : Spa Balnéa

People who’ve been to the outstanding BALNEA spa + thermal installations in Bromont are already aware of Lac Gale. But few people know that hidden around the lake are 17 kilometres of hiking trails . The nicest vantage point is definitely at the top of Mont Gale, where you can get a tremendous view of the area and the colourful landscape. And after your pleasant walk, you only have to go a few steps further to pamper yourself at the famed spa which is on the site.

Mont Sutton Fall Festival

Mont Sutton

Crédit photo : Mont Sutton

From September 13 to October 13, Mont Sutton puts the chairlifts into operation and allows you to easily head to the top of the mountain for a breathtaking view of the area. A host of activities are also organized at the foot of the ski trails. The more adventurous among you can head all the way to the Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton (PENS) and go on a hike that will take you as far as the famed « Round Top ».

Au Diable Vert

Au Diable Vert

Crédit photo : Au Diable Vert

One of the best places to spend a night amid the mountain colours is probably the mountain-side Au Diable Vert site. In addition to a charming landscape, there are plenty of original places where you can spend the night. In fact, along with the traditional prospectors’ tents, there’s a treegloo and cabins in the trees !


The Wine Routes

Couleur d'automne sur La Route des vins

Photo : Jean-François Bergeron

Enjoy a Québec-made wine on a terrace in the heart of nature. Now, there’s something that makes the fall period a bit more festive! Check the list of activities on the Wine Route website.

Apple picking

Heading out to the country to go apple picking with family or friends is still one of the “must-things to do” in the fall.

Country roads

Photo : Jean-Francois Bergeron

Photo : Jean-Francois Bergeron

While you’re out driving to get to the vineyards and orchards, take advantage of your trip to go along the small country roads in the region. You’ll avoid the traffic and you’ll have a great view of some of the prettiest landscape in the area.




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