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Au Diable Vert

Experience the Great Outdoors

Enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities in Quebec when you stay at Au Diable Vert.

Travel the Quebec Wine Route, attend a local annual event, learn about the history of our region, go horseback riding or skiing, and take some time to explore the vibrant Sutton ski village. All these activities and more await you in great outdoors of Quebec. Let us help you plan your exploration of the Sutton area, or begin yourself by checking out their website. Book your campsite, cabin, or mountain-view suite to get as close to nature as you can get, and don’t forget to ask about our adventure packages!

Quebec's Wine Route & Local Vineyards


Quebec’s Wine Route is a great way to share an unforgettable experience with the winemakers of Brome-Missisquoi and your family and friends. Check out our favorite local producer, Domaine Pinnacle, a family-owned orchard and cidery dedicated to creating the world’s best ice cider. Acclaimed by wine critics, chefs, and sommeliers, Domaine Pinnacle Ice Cider is truly an outstanding taste experience!

This Quebec winery, along with many others in the area, invite you to partake in the fruit of their labour. Learn about the history of viticulture in Quebec, the types of vines planted, and the different methods of production. And of course, sample and enjoy their many wines.

Tour des Arts


Since 1988, the annual Tour des Arts has provided the perfect opportunity to delve into the unique world of artists, their studios, homes, and gardens. Celebrate it with us this year from July 14-22 in Quebec’s beautiful Eastern Townships. At this exciting festival, you can meet 34 artists and artisans in their studios and touch, learn, and understand everyday creative work.

Township Trail


The Townships Trail offers the opportunity to discover the Cantons de l’Est, which enhances the man-made and natural heritage of the Eastern Townships through a signposted tourist route that stretches 415 km, crossing 31 municipalities and 27 protected sites.

Heritage in American and British influences is a distinctive feature of the Eastern Townships. With this theme, the Townships Trail invites you to follow in the footsteps of the first waves of settlement, those Americans, Loyalists, Scots, and Irish who settled in the late 18th Century and during the 19th Century.

Downhill Skiing


Mont Sutton, Owl’s Head, Jay Peak—these three great downhill-skiing areas are only 20 minutes away from our property.

  • Mont Sutton is best known for the concept of glade skiing, its exceptional conditions and abundance of snow, the beautiful nature surrounding it, and its authentic “old-school” atmosphere.
  • Jay Peak—just a short drive across the border—is the tallest peak in the region and famous for lots and lots of snow.
  • Owl’s Head is the low-key, family-friendly option with excellent deals for families as well as mid-week rates. In addition to great skiing, this spot offers a beautiful view of Lac Memphremagog, which lies at the foot of the mountain.

Check with us before heading out, as local knowledge will ensure you make the right choice based on conditions and weather.