The family farm is specialized in the breeding of huacaya alpacas and offers handcrafted products made on site: scarves, mittens, tuques, stockings, etc. It is also possible to visit the farm by appointment.
Du coq à l'art is an artisan workshop-boutique run by the sculptor artist Ghislain Fortin. He creates and manufactures impressive sculptures of brass and other metals. Each of his pieces is unique and entirely handmade.
The approximately two-kilometer hiking trail runs through a nine-hectare managed forest. Interpretive panels, park benches, rest areas and observation platforms have been installed to enhance your visit.
Artisan honey producer, Miel d'Antan specializes in three sectors: production of several varieties of honey, pollination and manufacture of materials related to beekeeping. Miel d'Antan will charm you with the quality of its welcome and its products.
This bakery, with history, offers to take a trip allong a road of passion and expertise. One bit at a time, you will discover the rich taste of the region with a variety of breads and pastries, made with organic flour and ingredients.
Offering a total of 19 km of marked trails within three different areas, these hiking trails are accessible free of charge when reserving accommodations within the park. Dogs are also allowed inside the park, but must be kept on a leash at all times.
Less than 15-minute drive from the Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook, the Parc Découverte Nature offers a variety of activities around recreational fishing. Whether in one of our ponds, rivers (fly fishing) or on ice during winter season, you will enjoy a wonderful day at the Parc Découverte Nature!
The museum can be found inside the Château Norton. Built by Arthur O. Norton, who was the head of a powerful family that made their fortune during the 20th century, you can now relive the history of the Norton family and their impact on the canadian railroad within these walls.
A small craft brewery established in the historical train station of Coaticook, proud to brew mostly with Quebec grain and hops. The focus of the brewery is toward barreled aged sour beers and thirst quenching clean beers
Four generations of women and men worked the land looking for the best way to earn their living to finally find their answer : the creation of cheese. From Alfred the farmer to our days, the story is retelled in the same spirit and parents pass their knowledge to younger generations.
440 chemin de Hatley, Compton
Coaticook QC J0B 1L0
Part of a network that span all across the region, the garden of Dégelis is inspired by the environment and plants of an alpine environment. At the heart of this garden, you will find a sculpture that points to the polar star. It served as a landmark for explorers to cross the Atlantic and discover our country.
5 rue de l'Hôtel de Ville, Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac
Dégelis QC G0L 1X0
Every Saturday the café transforms itself into the public market offering a wide variety of local crafts and food from the region. All week long, tasteful meals are served and unique regional products can be found.
The gateway to the Eastern Townships is via the trail called Sentier de la Vallée des Corridors Verts (Trail of the Green Vallies and Passes) in the MRC des Sources. This 14.5km bike trail was built on a former railroad bed.
You will be able to enjoy an18 holes course, among the most beautiful in the region! Experience this incomparable challenge by the narrowness of its paths and its surprising valleys. Food accomodations available.
The club offers 35 km of cross-country ski trails and a 15 km network of snowshoe trails. Behind the snowy trees, you will be able to take wonderful pictures of the Madawaska rivers. Equipment rental and chalets on site.
Discover the history of many artefacts found during the archaeological excavations of Fort Ingall. Dressed in military and civilian clothes of the time, our guide recreate what life was for the inhabitants of the fort.
81 chemin Caldwell, Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac
Dégelis QC G0L 1E0 firstname.lastname@example.org
Closed in low season