Brome-Missisquoi

La Doyenne des vignes

Calling all oenophiles! Don’t miss this gorgeous ride through the heart of Townships wine country. The route also makes its way through picturesque villages like Frelighsburg and Dunham, two spots you’ll definitely want to explore. You’ll also pedal along Chemin St-Armand, a notoriously beautiful road that’s renowned among avid cyclists, and, if you’re up for it, the infamous Joy Hill, on Chemin Richford just outside Frelighsburg.

  • Paved road 75km
  • Unpaved road 1.5km
  • 76.5 km

On the road

Starting point: Dunham City Hall
3777, rue Principale, Dunham

Start

Brasserie Dunham

Take a heritage building (Le Relais de la Diligence, built in 1865), add modern attractions—think brewery (Brasserie Dunham), restaurant (La Table Fermière) and boutique-hostel—and you’ve got the perfect place to spend the afternoon—or longer.

KM 9

Frelighsburg

Rolling hills, apple orchards, unique architectural heritage, world-class hospitality… You’ll love everything about this village! Tip: Beat & Betterave cultural café and Café de village is a popular stop.


©Charles Dion
KM 10

Chemin St-Armand

For vineyard views as far as the eye can see, plus a tranquil atmosphere that instills serenity.

Vineyards

Cycling in wine country is always a good idea. Whether you stop at Val Caudalies, Clos Ste-Croix or any of the other vineyards along the way, you’re sure to experience a memorable experience punctuated by warm hospitality. laroutedesvins.ca


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