In addition to being the harvest period at the 22 wineries of the Brome-Missisquoi Wine Route, fall is also a great time to be outdoors. Are you a hiking enthusiast? Several trail networks in Sutton and Bromont will fill your days with fresh air and give you a great view. Complete your getaway by following the Prohibition Trail and immersing yourself in the heritage of the villages known for their bucolic and colourful landscapes that look like a postcard.

Discover the prohibitionist past with a new self-guided tour

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Did you know that the first temperance movements in the country began in Brome-Missisquoi? Throughout this 130 km self-guided circuit, you’ll hear true stories and anecdotes, each more surprising than the last, through the voice of a fictional smuggler, Alfred Carpentier, as you travel to the towns of Cowansville, Brome Lake, Sutton, Abercorn, Frelighsburg, St-Armand and Dunham. This very unique route will have you discovering the amazing Brome-Missisquoi landscapes as you learn about the region’s rich built heritage from a whole new perspective.

Enjoy the Brome-Missisquoi Wine Route

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Plan your next getaway to La Route des Vins when the vines are at their peak! Discover the 22 vineyards and nearly one hundred partner businesses as well as the magnificent landscapes of the region, by following one of the 9 circuits by car or by bike. Activities, events, gastronomy and discoveries: an unforgettable getaway to make you fall in love with local wines and producers.

Have fun on the mountain playground

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In Brome-Missisquoi, hiking is in our blood … and in our legs! It’s quite normal: with over 100 km of trails, there are always new natural treasures to discover and new challenges to take up on your own, in a group or with your family. Keep your eyes wide open, the Bromont and Sutton area overflow with breathtaking panoramas.

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