The Quebec countryside is beautiful, and even if you can't ski on Mount Sutton in the summer, you can climb up the mountain. Take a drive around the area and admire the fields, forests, mountains, etc. If you're driving through the forest, you might see some wild animals.more
Sking Mount Sutton Ski School 671, Rue Maple Tel.: (450) 538-1310 Ski Mount Sutton Inc. 671, Rue Maple / 79, Rue Principale Sud Kangourou Ski School 251, Rue Maple Tel.: (450) 538-1025 Tel.: (450) 538-2339 / 254 , Sutton en Haut Inc./Ski 297, Rue Maple Tel.: (450) 538-2271more
Sports Recreational and Sports ActivitiesArctik Aventure 35, rue Academy Tel.: 450-538-5888 Westina Stables 365, Route 139 Nord Tel.: (450) 538-5634 Robinson Stables 420, Chemin Dyer Tel.: (450) 538-2944/2936 Au Diable Vert 168, Staines Road Tel.: (450) 538-5639 Auberge Les Rochers Bleus/Golf 550, Route 139 Nord Tel.: (450) 538-2324 Curling...more
Spas Centre du Renouveau 2311, Chemin Scenic Tel.: (450) 538-8399 Centre Zen de Sutton 372, French Horn Road Tel.: (450) 538-1790 Sp. Int De la Rose-Croix D'Or 389, Chemin Mont-Écho Vipassana 1738, Chemin Scenic Tel.: (514) 481-3504 Fax: (514) 879-8302 Centre de Yoga Sutton 111, Rue Principale Nord Tel.: (450) 538-2829more
1 Pleasant Street, Sutton, J0E 2K0, Canada
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377 chemin Maple, Sutton, J0E 2K0, Canada
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18 rue Maple, Sutton, J0E 2K0, Canada
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Érablière Monique et Robert
Enjoy a day in a small sugarbush. Old fashioned sap gathering with a horse. Maple fine cuisine (4 courses). Walking trails in the forest, X-country and showshoeing. Out of season: Dining room for groups on reservation. Choice of meat or game.
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There is a regular, daily bus service run by Veolia from Montreal to Sutton. It takes just under two hours. Check with the company for details on 1 877 348 5599 but it leaves from the Montreal Central Bus Station at 11am and 6pm returning from Sutton at 7.30am and 3.15pm meaning you can get out to the country for a great weekend of hiking, skiing...more
I have lived in Sutton for 8 years and have always found it to be really safe and friendly. Someone else commented on Hells Angels whom I have NEVER seen; they are NOT a problem Generally Sutton is like a welcome breath of fresh air:there is almost no crime, people still leave the doors unlocked, and keep an eye out for each other and visitors....more
Even though Sutton is probably the last place you'd expect to have crime, it happens. In the village you'll likely see a few Hell's Angels on their motorcycles, and they're notorious for organized crime. Murder is not common at all, but it has happened at least once that I know of, and it was the reason for my last trip there (for the funeral - I'd...more
Parc d'environnement Naturel de Sutton
While In Katimavik during are ten week period in Sutton we worked for the P.E.N.S. who take care of this park and we worked on the trails and the signe. My group even started the two bridge that are on the Village to Mountain trail. It is a beautiful are when grassy or all cover in snow if in Sutton you really should check it out.
Sutton is known for winter skiing. But, why not try it in the summer, or autumn? It's beautful to cycle, and not terribly busy. It's also a great place to hike. Lots of well established trails up Mount Sutton and the area.
From electrification to computers After World War II, telephone service was extended to the rural areas and a program of rural electrification was undertaken by the Quebec government. By the mid 1950s most homes in the region were equipped with both services. A pivotal event of the fifties was the arrival of J.H. Boulanger in Sutton. He, with A....more
Church Wars and bridges War came in 1914 and again in 1939. All told thirty eight men from Sutton lost their lives in the two wars. Their names are listed on a bronze plaque by the door of the Town Hall and commemorated by the clock at the top of the tower which was erected by the Junior Girls Institute in 1949. From 1918 to 1928, the...more
The Great Depression In 1929 two important events took place. First the Town of Abercorn was incorporated as a separate municipality in June, and the Great Depression arrived with the crash of the New York stock exchange in October. In the 1930s, growth was slow but a trend started which would completely change the community. Increasing...more