Mont Sutton Skigebiet Guide
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Mont Sutton Skigebiet Guide
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A dream destination like no other, Mont Sutton is one of Quebec’s major ski resorts. With 60 runs and 204 intersections in all categories, the downhill choices are virtually unlimited. You will be charmed by the ambience in the chalets, bed and breakfasts and hotels that make Sutton a welcoming spot that’s in harmony with nature. The quiet beauty and cachet of the Eastern Townships make Sutton a leisure destination that’s not to be missed. For further information on activities at the station, promotions and lodging packages visit montsutton.com
- Nächster Flughafen:Montreal
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- Skigebiet Info-Website:www.montsutton.com
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XTRAIL Asics, on May 27
A foot race on mountain trails open to all, in a festive atmosphere! Runners will have to negotiate roots, rocks, mud, streams… all on marked hiking trails. They will have the opportunity to admire beautiful mountain landscapes and little lakes. A fabulous race in a magical setting!
Details on http://montsutton.com/en/activity/xtrail-2017/
XMAN Race, June 3 and 4
You are an experienced runner that needs something new and challenging? You like mud? You like being dirty? You like surprises? You are not afraid of little scratches? You’d like to tell your friends and family that you’re an XMAN? If you answered YES to even only one of the previous questions, XMAN is definitely for you. Details on http://montsutton.com/en/activity/xman-2017
MOUNTAIN BIKE WITH PLEIN AIR SUTTON / MTB – Launching on June 17
Come have fun in the 25 km of cross-country mountain biking trails offered by Plein Air Sutton / MTB. There will be for everyone’s tastes: from beginner to expert trails!
The reception will be at Mont SUTTON’s main chalet, where the resort’s facilities will be made available to trail users: parking lots, ticket office, bathrooms, bike washing station, fatbike and mountain bike rental, boutique, and small restaurant service.
Number of km for the first summer: 25 km
Number of trails: about 15
Types of trails: from family cross-country to expert trails, double and single track
Access rates: 10 $ / day / person and 55 $ for a season pass (opening rates)
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CALL OF VALHALLA - TEAM BUILDING OBSTACLE RACE
June 17, 18 and June 24, 25
16 obstacles on 8 km. None can be crossed alone, and all require reflexion and cohesion. Gather your horde, and accept the challenge given to you by an ex member of special forces in the mythical scenery of Mont SUTTON. For team building, between friends and family, live the adventure at Mont SUTTON. Step outside your comfort zone in 2017: push the intelligence, the courage and the strength of your team to its limits. Details: http://montsutton.com/en/activity/call-of-valhalla/
Swiss National Day, on July 29
The largest celebration of its kind, outside Switzerland! Discover Mont SUTTON under another decor with this Swiss National Day! Activities and concerts are scheduled for the whole day! Among others activities on the program: exhibitions of Swiss artists’ creations, a Swiss style wrestling competition (Schwingen), a small rifle shooting event, chairlift ride, Swiss music, traditional Swiss food and a bonfire in the evening. Rain or shine, here’s a great opportunity to find out more about the Swiss culture!
Fall Festival, every weekend from September 16 to October 15, 2017
Celebrate fall during the Mont SUTTON’s Fall Festival, a festival of hiking and nature! On the program: chairlift rides, guided hikes, nature rally and more...
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- Last Snowfall:9 April 2017
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Visitor Reviews of Mont Sutton
Olivier from Canada writes:
Je vous encourage fortement a y aller. cette année, il est tomber plus de 400 cm à la base de la montagne, de neige au 25 Février 2010. Il vient de neiger 125 cm de neige à la base, et il tombe généralement 60 cm par semaine!:D