The striking Coaticook Valley is located in the Eastern Townships, where spectacular nature and one-of-a-kind attractions come together. Admire rolling hills and covered bridges and savour original local products after a great outdoor activity. Go on a mesmerizing nighttime walk or see what’s on the other side of the longest suspended pedestrian bridge in North America. When it’s time to call it a day, get some rest in whimsical, cozy accommodations. A treat for all ages!

Outdoor fun at Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook and magical night at Foresta Lumina 

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Start the day on the right foot on the hiking trails at the Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook. Whether by crossing the suspension bridge, or by observing majestic waterfalls, the Park will amaze the whole family. Memorable memories guaranteed. And while you're there, why not revisit the Park after dark? The illuminated Foresta Lumina night course will amaze young and old with the magic of the enchanted forest inhabited by fairies and other mystical creatures. Looking forward to seeing you there this summer! 

Family fun at Parc Découverte Nature and awesome mini-golf at Glo Golf 

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Today, go with the family to the Parc Découverte Nature and experience an immersive and interactive survival adventure. The Park's flagship activity, Acoatica, is a huge indoor and outdoor video game that combines technology, the outdoors and fishing. Acoatica is an interactive and immersive adventure on the survival of endangered fish species in Quebec. End the day in style at Glo Golf Aventures, this totally fun mini-golf course located in an old church. Have fun on this luminous journey through giant 3D sets and ultra-violet lighting.

Gourmet tour of the village of Compton

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For a total immersion in the world of biofood in the region, start this gourmet day at Fromagerie La Station, located directly on the farm. Organic cheeses are made there with raw milk or thermized cow's milk. While you’re there, take the opportunity to visit their farmhouse cheese economuseum or take a guided tour by reservation. Continue your day in Compton via the Verger le Gros Pierre to stock up on apple products, and then, if you are in the region on a Thursday, go to the village of Compton to discover other producers. premises at the Compton Evening Market. (Some Websites are only available in French)

Local beer tasting at Microbrasserie Hop Station and Microbrasserie Coaticook

Whether it's after a day outdoors, or simply to satisfy the beer fan in you, take advantage of your visit to the Valley to taste the local beers brewed there. First stop at the Hop Station Microbrewery, located in a former train station. Their objective: to highlight the terroir of the region and to promote the art and local and underground music scene. Enjoy their beers on the terrace on sunny days, or indoors in the unique setting of this historic building. Second stop, the Microbrasserie Coaticook. You will find craft beers and a bistro menu to snack on. More than a dozen beers brewed on site to enjoy in the pub, on the terrace or available in cans to take out. (Some Websites are only available in French)

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