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The first American settlers arrived in Ulverton in 1802. Although it was not made official until 1944, its name dates back to 1853. The number, quality, and diversity of its heritage buildings make this one of the most authentic and picturesque villages in Quebec, and the gateway to the Townships Trail. Among the most noteworthy buildings is the Moulin à laine d’Ulverton (1850-1945), which now houses a wool production and treatment interpretation centre. With its still-functioning machines and water turbine from the olden days, its interpreter-guides, and fall Festilaine (wool festival), the last woollen mill in Quebec is sure to impress. The northernmost vineyard on the Route des Vins de l'Estrie, the Vallons de Wadleigh boasts vines sprawling over the rolling hills of this picturesque landscape.