When you take a drive two hours east of Montreal, you will reach the beautiful Eastern Townships. There are many reasons to visit this region. From the food to the attraction, there are many places to visit and explore here. But, if you are planning to visit the Eastern Townships, below are some of the best places to visit:
This is one of the Eastern Township’s major ski hills. This is a family-friendly resort that has gentle slopes and selection of challenging slopes for experienced skiers. If you want to visit here in the spring, summer, or fall, you will find people enjoying their timing mountain biking here. If you want to take part in this activity, you can take the chairlift up and bike your way down. Tourisme Bromont can give you information on other things to do in Bromont.
This is a four-season resort that provides high-end service, world-class cuisines, and luxe boutique accommodations. It is home to the famous restaurant Le Hatley which features local ingredients and the best in creative Quebec cuisine.
This lake is set against the mountains of the Eastern Townships and Vermont. Although the scenic lake spans down to Vermont, most of its waters are in Quebec. This is where people enjoy swimming as many beaches line its shores.
This lavender farm is located in Fitch Bay. You should visit here if you want to please your senses. This place provides a lot of activities such as guided tours, yoga retreats, and massages. As entry tickets are affordable here, you will want to go come back again and again.
This is one of the main tourist attractions in Quebec. The zoo allows visitors to see the majority of the same animals for half the price of a summer ticket. With the many animals to see and learn about, it is easy to spend a day here.
Bromont Water Park
This water park offers a full range of services and facilities to ensure the visitors will have enjoyable experiences. This is a ski resort in the winter but a water park in the summer which features more than 25 aquatic and land activities, exciting alpine luges, waterslides, and rafting.
This pub is in North Hatley on the bank of Lake Massawippi. It combines gourmet experience with humble pub grub with a twist. Pilsen Pub serves a variety of craft beers. People can have formal dining upstairs.