Agricultural Tourism Route
The WINE ROUTE is the first and only marked route to be officially recognized by Tourisme Québec. It is the pride of Brome-Missisquoi with its 17 vineyards over 140 km passing through Frelighsburg, Dunham, Cowansville and Brome Lake. Numerous businesses: Specialty boutiques, farms and restaurants are brought together under the banner “Friends of the Wine Route” to make the most of your wine region experience.
The CYCLING ROUTE offers many circuits where you will be able to travel the secondary roads of the region by bicycle in search of hidden treasures. For those who like the sport of cycling, the Bromont, Sutton and Brome Lake circuits will challenge you. For others the bike tours of the Wine Route and the Brome-Missisquoi Plains will let you discover a winery, antique shop or a bakery. Many rest and parking areas are available along the routes.
Cultural and Heritage Route
The TOWNSHIPS TRAIL lets you set off to discover the architectural jewels that are the covered bridges, round barns, churches, historic homes or general stores while following the country roads through bucolic landscapes.