It’s now possible to make the most of the three trail networks in the area, thanks to a partnership between the Corridor appalachien, the Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton (PENS) and the Sentiers de l’Estrie.
All hiking lovers can now buy a Montagnes-vertes passport or even buy a one day access ticket, which will allow them to enjoy the trails of the three networks, totaling 270 km.
In Sutton, the partnership includes Au Diable Vert and Arbre Sutton, two businesses which offer outdoor activities, and from which you can access one of the networks.
For $90 per year, the Montagnes-vertes passport allows the access to the trail networks, and also gives the same privileges offered to the regular PENS and Sentiers de l’Estrie members, like several discounts at outdoor equipments stores and lodgings.
Three networks daily access ticket
Hikers who prefer access to the networks only for one day can buy a daily ticket and enjoy all the trails! Perfect for a hike across all the trails!
Different ways to purchase a Montagnes-vertes passport or a daily ticket:
Online, at the following websites or at their offices :
• Réserve naturelle des Montagnes-Vertes
• Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton
• Sentiers de l’Estrie
• Au Diable Vert(only for a daily ticket)
• Arbre Sutton(only for a daily ticket)
• Auberge des Appalaches(only for a daily ticket)
At the 10 tourism offices in the area :
• Sutton Tourist Office
• Maison du tourisme des Cantons-de-l’Est
• Granby Tourist Office
• Dunham Tourist Office
• Bromont Tourist Office
• Memphrémagog Tourist Office
• Dudswell Tourist Office
• Val-Saint-François Tourist Office
• Potton Tourist Office
• Lambton Tourist Office
Have a great hike on the trail networks!