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Sutton is located in southwestern Quebec, on the border with Vermont. It is 110 kilometres (68 mi) southeast of Montreal, 400 kilometres (250 mi) northwest of Boston, Massachusetts and 90 kilometres (56 mi) west of Sherbrooke.

It is a small town full of charm, founded in 1802.

Sutton offers almost endless opportunities for outdoor activities. During the winter you can snowshoe, cross-country ski, skate, and sledride, amongst other things. Sutton tourism has links to all activities.

Sutton is situated in close proximity to Mount Sutton, which has an altitude of 968 metres (3,175 ft). The mountain has 60 trails, 204 junctions, nine chairlifts and offers great skiing for both beginners and experts.

During the summer you can hike, bicycle, play tennis or golf, or go kayaking. Again, Sutton tourism has links to all activities.

Are you a wine enthusiast? Then the Wine Route is something for you. 16 wineries (two in Sutton) along a 132 kilometre trail offer wines for tasting and purchase. The Wine Route website suggests cycling and driving routes and includes information about the vineyards and also other things you can find along the way, such as local produce, picnic spots and art galleries.

The Township Trail is a signposted route that highlights the architectural and natural heritage of the Eastern Townships. Along the 415-km trail you can visit 30 municipalities with 27 suggested stops along the route and 8 stops just slightly off the path.

Sutton Tourist Office:
24 A, rue Principale Sud, Sutton, Qc, J0E 2K0. Opposite the Fire Station.
Telephone: 1 450 538-8455 Toll free : 1 800 565-8455
E-mail: tourisme@sutton.ca

Links:

Town of Sutton

Sutton Tourism

Sutton events and festivals

Event Calendar

Restaurants and Pubs

       

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