Municipality of Sutton

Sutton

Established in 1802, Sutton's territory covers 235 square km and is known for its splendid landscapes.


Sutton

Loyalists began to arrive in the area in 1799. Originally from New Hampshire, Richard Shepard was one of the first pioneers to settle in the area.

Sutton: must-see

The Museum of Communications and History of Sutton (32, rue Principale Sud, Sutton, 450 538-2883, www.museedesutton.com): Also known as the Sutton Museum, our museum has more than 1200 artefacts on permanent exhibit. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions revolving around the history of the town of Sutton, located in the Eastern Townships of Quebec.


Tourist information office Sutton (30-A, rue Principale Sud, Sutton, 450 538-2883): Sutton is known for its imposing mountains and its bucolic country landscapes. Loyalists have left a rich legacy. We invite you to come to Sutton and discover its story. An extensive network of trails crisscrosses the Sutton Mountains and the unique geography of the Sutton Mountains in 1960 helped create the Mount Sutton resort.


Mount Sutton Ski Centre (671, rue Maple): "Founded in 1960, with these 53 tracks, the center is one of the best stations in Quebec. - Each fall, festival of colors from mid-September to mid-October. " "Network of 50km in the heart of the Sutton Mountains." (Trails)

Extract of
The Townships Trail - GPS & Virtual Guide

The Townships Trail - GPS & Virtual Guide image circuit

Presented by : Corporation de gestion du Chemin des Cantons

Directions to get there

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