Mont Sutton Travel Guide
Mont Sutton Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Sutton
- Resort Altitude (metres): 400m
- Ski Season: November - May
- Mountain Range: Appalachian Range
- Number of Lifts: 9
- Highest Lift (metres): 968m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 400m
- Number of Slopes: 53
- Snowboarding: yes: terrain park
- Cross Country (km): 40km
Mont Sutton Ski Information
Visit nearby Sherbrooke that is located at the meetin point of the Magog and Saint Francois Rivers and which has an imposing Cathedral, the very American looking Plymouth Trinity Church, the Musee des Beaux Arts de Sherbrooke which has a fascinating collection of international naive art and some lovely 19th and 2th century Mansions built in a variety of extravagant styles. Montreal is great to visit for the day and has a variety of atrractions from museums and galleris to huge shopping malls.
- Languages: English French 53 Native languages
- Temperatures: from -10°C to -2°C
- Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
- Emergency contact numbers: Police 918
- Population: 6600
- Religion: 45% Catholic 36% Protestant
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Mont Sutton has four delicious restaurants that cater to every taste and offer great views of the mountains especially in the evenings. Sherbrooke also has a variety of restaurants and some bars as well as being a great place to get some retail therapy If you are in search of real nightlife, head to Montreal which has many clubs, bars and live music venues.
Established in 1960, Mont Sutton has become one of the three largest ski and snwboard resorts in Quebec and is renowned across North America. Located in the centre of the Appalachian snow belt an hour from Montreal, Mont Sutton has a 968 meter summit and 53 interconnected runs of all levels catering to all skill levels as well as day care facilities with snowboard school for children, ski instructors and a range of accommodation from quaint B&B's and inns to chalets and slopeside hotels.
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