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Not far from Sherbrooke, in the direction of Magog, is Sainte-Catherine-de-Hatley, of French-language origin, founded in 1901. On high ground, the village provides a stunning panoramic view of Mount Orford and of Lake Magog below. In the heart of the village, modern, well-adapted recreational equipment is conducive to a range of activities, such as various sports, social get-togethers, reading, and checking out the public market. In the heart of the village, the Auberge Campagnarde de Sainte-Catherine is a must stop for those appreciating regional products, while a mysterious manor welcomes groups looking for chills and thrills. The side roads feature beautiful panoramic views, which are admired every fall by participants in the well-known Défi des Collines race. Country roads also lead to Piggery Theatre, near North Hatley, which presents English-language plays in the summer.