Skiing at Mt. Sutton

Jan 11th, 2011, 03:23 AM
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Skiing at Mt. Sutton

We will be trying out for the first time-Mont Sutton in Quebec. We are considering staying
in Montreal because we don't know if there are any nice hotels near the mountain. Is there
a town nearby with restaurants and hotels? Thanks for any help!
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Jan 11th, 2011, 07:36 PM
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Hello dandygirl:
I hope this link helps you.

Personally I am familiar with Auberge & Spa West Brome. Had brunch on a few occasions.


P.S Do use the ambassador guides for a first few runs.
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Jan 12th, 2011, 12:03 PM
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Hi Dandygirl,
Located at the heart of a picturesque Eastern Townships village, Sutton is famous for its cozy accommodations and fine dining that blend refinement with local flavours.

The area of Sutton has a lot of places to stay as condos, chalets, inns, B&B. Take a look at the following section on our website to find out more about the lodgings in Sutton :

If you are planning to come on weekdays, several lodging offer ski and stay packages, which are valid from Monday to Thursday. Find out more:

The link provided by Cdnyul is also a great tool to plan your stay at Mont SUTTON, and the free ambassador guide service will make you discover trails and all the beauty that SUTTON has to offer, according to your skills and taste.

For your information, here are the directions how getting to Mont SUTTON :

For more information about the destination, the restaurants and the activities in the area, do not hesitate to communicate with the Sutton Tourism Office at 1 800 565-8455 or visit their website at

We hope this informaiton will help you!

Enjoy your stay in Sutton!
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Jan 13th, 2011, 02:35 AM
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Mt Sutton got 21cms of fresh snow yesterday, St. Saveur got zip, nada, nothing.

Jay Peak, Vermont (22 miles from Sutton, according to Mapquest) got 19 INCHES and still falling.

Just a reminder, St Saveur got nothing)



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Jan 13th, 2011, 10:40 AM
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Just back from three days of fantastic skiing at Sutton. Monday had 30cm of fresh powder and and another 20cm fell throughout Wednesday and last night--it was still snowing this morning and it was hard to leave as skiing today would have been just as good as the past three if not better.

I always stay at the Gite Vert le Mont, a very fine B&B. There is good dining in town. This time I ate at Bistro Beaux Lieux and at Les Appalaches which has new owners and an excellent dining room. I recommend both.
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Jan 13th, 2011, 01:11 PM
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Keep your recommendations coming! I am so excited now! Any great breakfast places, great lunch places, etc.. things not to miss?

Is there anything nearby like the Spa Scandinave in Tremblant?
Between the good food, great wines and the spa hot pools, I didn't make it to one slope and didn't miss it either!!We live
near Philadelphia and vacation in Canada 3-4 times each year.
The Canadians sure know how to live!!! We in the U.S. should take a lesson! I've never seen such lovely women look so elegant in snow boots! My husband says he is a Canadian trapped in an American body!

Thank you for all of your wonderful suggestions!
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