Take your pick: adrenaline packed or slow and contemplative?
The Sutton Mountain Range majestically marks the landscape and impacts the rhythm of activities in the town of the same name. Scenic roads meander through the municipality of Sutton, which covers an area of 244 km2 and includes the charming tiny communities of Glen Sutton and Sutton Junction. This is a true mountain village, where a vast range of outdoor activities can be enjoyed whatever the season: skiing and board sports, road and mountain biking, hiking, snowshoeing, golfing, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, kayaking, and cycling through the treetops (as the latter at VéloVolant).
Mont SUTTON is a frontrunner among major ski centres for its glade skiing, not only in Quebec but across Canada. The Sentier du Village-Montagne trail links the mountain to the heart of the village with its fine boutiques, restaurants, and the welcoming and cosy Le Cafetier Café de Village in Parc d’Environnement Naturel de Sutton with its 52 km of trails. This park is one of the most beautiful four-season trail networks in Quebec, and dogs are always welcome. In addition to having a reputation as an outdoor destination, Sutton has preserved its rich history and exceptional built heritage, which can be discovered along its five heritage trails, of which two are audio-guided tours that may be downloaded from home. Cultural life is not insignificant, thanks to its art galleries, museum, jazz and blues festivals, and events like the Tour des Arts. In Sutton, nature and culture come together to the great delight of residents and visitors.
Did you know that Sutton is one of the Townships “Coeurs villageois”?