Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton (PENS)

900 ch Réal, Sutton, QC


(450) 538-4085

Every day all year around (except during spring thaw)


11 sites and refuge open beginning of June to end of October: Rustic  camping with magnificent views.Refuge has kitchen, fireplace and dormitory for up to 20 people in bunk beds.Services: Toilets at refuge. Tents for rental


  • A network of 52 kms of marked trails in the heart of the Monts Sutton massif open year round for hiking and snowshoeing.
  • Four peaks, four mountain lakes and wonderful views.
  • Trails from 2 to 52kms with something for every grade of hiker.
Access and services : The Sutton Mountains Hiking Guide map shows the location of the places below where you can buy tickets and more.Welcome hut at 900 chemin Réal: day passes, trail map, trailhead, toilets, parking.Day passes, trail map, toilets available at the Tourist Information Office Fees : Daily ticket – Adults $6, Student $4, Child (6-17) $3, Family $15. Annual pass  and  group rates also available.Camping : Refuge and rustic camping available from the beginning of  June to end of October at Altitude 840. Reservations required. Go to the campgrounds page for more : Dogs on leash are permitted on majority of trails.


  • A network of 52 kms of marked trails in the heart of the Monts Sutton massif open year round for hiking and snowshoeing
  • Linear trails and circuits from easy to challenging
  • Four summits, four mountain lakes
Call us for more information.Principle trailhead and Welcome booth : far end of chemin Réal, Sutton (Qc) J0E 2K0. DIRECTIONSTickets and trail map available from : Welcome booth and Sutton Visitor Information Office.Rentals : NoFees : Daily ticket – Adults $6, Student $4, Child (6-17) $3, Family  $15. Annual pass and group rates also available.Other : Dogs on leash permitted on majority of trails.


Take a picnic and dabble your feet in the river or mountain lakes that you will find on these hiking trails :
  • Village-Mountain – FREE, 6.4 km one way, approx. 2 hours, easy hike – Village on Maple
  • Lake Spruce – 3.1 kms. round trip, approx. 1hour 45 minutes – Start point : 520m  trailhead
  • Lake Mohawk – 9.5 kms. round trip, approx. 4 hours – Start point : 520m trailhead
A day pass is required for access; available from Sutton Visitor Information Office in the village,  the Welcome Booth at Alt 520m Mont or at many of our lodgings.

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