Take your pick: adrenaline packed or slow and contemplative?
Ham-Sud is located at the base of the majestic 710-metre Mount Ham, featuring a regional park and known for its stunning 360-degree views at the summit. Founded by Loyalists, the municipality was the seat of Wolfe County in the early 19th century. It's easy to guess why: because Gosford Road, which linked Quebec City to Boston, was a main thoroughfare running through the heart of the municipality. This small village, focused on agriculture and forestry, is a must-stop site for travellers on the Summit Drive. The warm welcome of the La Mara country inn featuring regional products and restorative sleep has earned it the designation of a Bienvenue Randonneurs certified stop. Those who love nature and fishing will find Camping du Mont Ham-Sud on the banks of À la Truite Lake a genuine paradise.