The Panoramaduodlacôte: Rejuvenate yourself, for less!

2008-09-23, from Member
The Panoramaduodlacôte, SUTTON’s Fall Festival, continues this weekend, September 27 and 28, with its chairlift rides, BBQ and numerous activities. Among other attractions: wild mushroom harvesting, guided hiking across the Sutton Mountains Massif and the discovery of a little known animal: the salamander. In short, the Panoramaduodlacôte offers over 25 activities on two days – many free! More than enough to rejuvenate yourself with fresh air, new knowledge and fun, with friends or your family. You are not free this weekend? Then have a look at the programming for the coming weekends until October 20th on montsutton.com.

100 % nature fresh mushrooms

Mont SUTTON hides many treasures, among which boletus, hedgehog mushrooms and even some chanterelles. Enough to prepare a great dish! But before you find these delicacies in your plate, Roger Barbeau, a passionate of mycology, will show you how to find and identify them during his theoretical and practical workshop. Once your harvest is over, you will be able to take your wild mushrooms home to cook and taste them. You will enjoy your experience so much that you will harvest wild mushrooms for yourself from then on. A mycology workshop, from 9 AM to 2 PM, for only $10... Cheap for a day of pleasure.

These shoes are made for hiking…

You like hiking a lot? Well the crossing of the Sutton Mountains Massif is for you! Your guides from the Parc d’environnement naturel of Sutton will help you discover an itinerary filled with spectacular views and going by fabulous Lake Mohawk. Information and reservations: 1-800-565-8455.

Knowing for protecting

The salamander is certainly one of the most little known animals in the country. No wonder its habitat is disappearing very fast… and salamanders as well. Gabriel Fontaine, biologist from the Appalachian Corridor Project, will lead you on the tracks of this endangered amphibian, hidden in our mountain streams. Come discover the Spring Salamander, the Redback Salamander, the Northern Dusky Salamander… and get to know this cute small animal better.

SUTTON, like nowhere else!

The Panoramaduodlacôte is an event like nowhere else. The number as well as the wide variety of activities offered throughout this Fall Festival makes it an event in a class all by itself. Take advantage of the packages including lodging to spend the whole weekend and walk through the village to admire the many superb Queen Anne style residences. Whether you come for a day or more, you will leave convinced that SUTTON is THE place for leisure and sports.

Source:
Nadya Baron
Marketing Director
Mont Sutton
Tel : 450-538-2339
Cel : 450-521-0613
nbaron@montsutton.com

 
 

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