Eastern Townships: Enchanting scenery, vibrant culture

Less than an hour away from Montreal, the Eastern Townships are located in southeastern Quebec, bordering the U.S. for more than 300 kilometres. The region is renowned for its pristine natural environment, breathtaking landscapes, rich culture and exquisite cuisine.

For outdoor enthusiasts, the Eastern Townships are a dream destination at any time of year – with lakes and mountains galore and hundreds of kilometres of cycling, hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails.

With more than 130 festivals, several major events and a thriving community of artists and performance venues, the area is well known and well loved for its dynamic cultural scene.

And the enchanting countryside is also full of wonderful surprises, among them round barns, roadside crosses and some of the province’s oldest covered bridges. Follow the “Chemin des Cantons” (Townships Trail) to explore two centuries of history and follow in the footsteps of American, Loyalist, Irish and Scottish settlers.

For more information, visit the website of the Estrie tourism association:








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