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48 hours in the Eastern Townships

Discover a region of rolling hills dotted with gourmet destinations and more active pursuits, rich in natural beauty and authentic flavours. You may not think 48 hours is enough to see, experience and taste it all—and you’re right! You’ll definitely be back.

Eastern Townships © J.Hamelin

Suggested itinerary

  • Day 1: Soaring over the forest
    Morning / Glen Sutton

    VéloVolant canopy cycles are an innovative, eco-friendly and a unique way to get a view of the forest from above—safely and without being spotted. The kilometer-long ride takes you along the side of the mountain and over a ravine! Thrills and amazement guaranteed.

  • Thermal forest break
    Afternoon / Bromont

    Unwind at Balnéa spa + réserve thermale. Located in a nature reserve, this wellness centre offers an experience drawn from all corners of the world. Balnéa redefines the art of wellness with its relaxation areas, beach, cuisine, nature walks and private-lakeside yoga classes.

  • Your adventure base camp
    Evening / Bromont

    The Hôtel Château-Bromont at the foot of mont Brome is your home base for this journey. The warm welcome and charming ambiance will make it that much sweeter to fall asleep in this natural paradise.

  • Day 2: The Brome-Missisquoi wine route
    Brome-Missisquoi region

    Whether you go by car or by bike, bring along your love of wine as you visit 22 vineyards along the 25 km Route des vins, Québec’s only officially marked wine route. As you sample local wines and delicacies, you’ll also encounter the “Friends of the Wine Route,” partners to the winemakers.