Au Diable Vert – Station de montagne

169 Ch. Staines, Glen Sutton, QC

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(450) 538-5639

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Au Diable Vert est une station de plein air perchée dans un pré alpin à 1 000 pieds d’altitude à Glen Sutton au Québec. Nichée entre les monts Sutton, Owl’s Head et Jay Peak, la station offre une vue sur la vallée et les montagnes à vous couper le souffle été comme hiver. Unique en son genre, Au Diable Vert est le récipiendaire de plusieurs prix prestigieux. Avec un large éventail d’activités et de logements écologiques, cet endroit saura plaire aux personnes de tout âge et à tous les goûts ! “Bienvenue randonneurs”À seulement une heure et demie de Montréal et de Sherbrooke,  Au Diable Vert donne l’impression d’être à plusieurs centaines de kilomètres de la civilisation, avec pratiquement pas de circulation, ni bruit ni pollution lumineuse.Propiétaires: Julie et Jeremy


  • 14 kms of private trails on the sunny southern slopes of the Monts Sutton massif with wood bridges and interpretation panels.
  • Open year round for hiking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing.
  • Direct access to the Sentiers-de-l’Estrie (45km Sutton massif area) and the P.E.N.S (50km).
Trail map available from : Au Diable Vert – please come and see us at the Inns entrance.Fees : Daily ticket – Adults $5, no charge for children (ask for weekly & seasonal rates). Also gives right of access to Parc d’Environnement de Sutton and Sentiers de l’Estrie.Overnight : Treehouses, cabins, rustic camping and apartments – all year round Go to the LODGING or CAMPING tab for more details.Other : 320 degrees of the finest views in the Eastern Townships. 14km of wide, private trails with log bridges and interpretation panels on 200acres, provide direct access to the Sentiers-de-l’Estrie( 45km mont Sutton area) and 60km of trails in the P.E.N.S. Access to our cozy tavern and fully licensed terrace which overlooks the Missisquoi river valley with the spectacular backdrop of the Green Mountains of Vermont. Dogs welcome!


For an unforgettable experience try a Au Diable Vert kayak excursion on the calm waters of the Missisquoi River. Bring a picnic for day trip, enjoy the drama of the sunset or the excitement of kayaking by the light of the full moon. Each has something special to offer you.Single kayaks : 20 Double kayaks : 2 Canoes : N/ACost : $38.09 per person (ex taxes)Services include : Kayak, paddle, life jacket, map and transport/shuttlePackages : Accomodations for 2 days (camping – refuge – appartment) with kayaking plus hiking or d’Arbre En Arbre


SUP is an acronym for “Stand Up Paddle”. SUP Boarding is a surface water sport where a paddle is used while standing up on a large surfboard. Try out this new activity on the calm waters of the Missisquoi River. A beautifully wild 3km section will take you to a secluded pebble beach. Have a swim and a rest before heading back up river to Au Diable Vert.Tubing – Don’t have the whole day to kayak, or feel like staying closer to your tent, cabin or apartment? Our new river tubing option is perfect for you. A 30 min tubing ride in slow moving water only 3inch to 3 feet deep.


  • 14 kms of private trails on the sunny southern slopes of the Monts Sutton massif, wooden bridges, interpretation panels.
  • Various loops from 15min to 3hrs – from family friendly to challenging
  • One of the most spectacular views in the Eastern Townships
  • Trails link to Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton and Les Sentiers de l’Estrie
Trail map : please come and see us at the Inns registration.Rentals : 40 pairs of snowshoes. Adults ($10) and Children ($5)Fees : Daily ticket – Adults $5, no charge for children (ask for weekly & seasonal rates). Also gives right of access to Parc d’Environnement de Sutton and Sentiers de l’EstrieOvernight : Treehouses, cabins, prospector tents, winter camping and apartments – all year round. Go to the Sutton campgrounds and cabins page for more details.Other : Open year round for snowshoeing, cross country skiing and hiking. Dogs welcome! Warm yourself with a hot chocolate or Austrian hot wine “Gluehwein” by the open fireplace or enjoy the warming rays of the sun on our terrace. We offer guided hikes for groups, as well as full moon and starlight outings.


  • Apartments,
  • Rustic Cabins,
  • Prospector Tents,
  • Tree Houses.
Check our website for all details.


35 sites open year round: Rustic wood or sand platform, picnic table and fire pit. Prospector tents, rustic cabins and tree houses also available.Our 100-year old mountain lodge will take you back in time with bear rugs, antlers and alpine memorabilia. The fully licensed terrace overlooks the Missisquoi river valley with the spectacular backdrop of the Green Mountains of Vermont. Accommodation choices range from all season camping on 35 secluded sites spread over 200 majestic acres, rustic wood-heated cabins or tree houses to 2-bedroom suites with kitchen and fireplace.audiablevert_eaglesnest01audiableverttentsaudiablevertprostent01Services: Toilets & warm showers, wood & ice for sale. Dogs welcome!Activities: 14 km of private trails with log bridges and interpretation panels, provide direct access to the Sentiers-de-l’Estrie and the 65 km of trails in the Sutton network. Other activities include guided hikes with a trained tracker, mushroom and plant workshops, daily kayaking tours, and in winter snowshoeing, and backcountry skiing. The ski centers of Sutton, Owl’s Head and Jay Peak are only 20 mins away.Packages: Hiking, cycling, d’Arbre en Arbre, kayaking, skiing, snowshoeing, cross country


Specialties : 100% Natural Highland Beef100% Natural Highland Beef at Au Diable VertHighland cows – Highland cattle are an ancient breed, originating in the highlands and western isles of Scotland. Living there unchanged for centuries under rugged conditions and severe climate, the highland cow developed a thick, shaggy double coat, not back fat, to survive. Unlike many modern, commercial breeds, Highlands have not lost the ability to thrive on grass alone.100% Natural Highland Beef at Au Diable VertWe sell our organic Highland meat directly from the farm. Available in small and large quantities.Scottish Highlands are slow maturing making the meat fine textured and succulent. They have a thick double hair coat which reduces the need for a layer of fat to stay warm. The meat is well marbled but very lean and is processed under Quebec government inspection. They are grass fed and grass finished NO artificial additives, hormones, or antibiotics. These Scottish Highland steers are lower in fat, cholesterol and higher in protein than any store bought beef so they are much healthier for you. Frozen and vacuum packed for best storage and dry aged 18 days for a more tender and favorable taste.
À propos de nous: À seulement une heure et demie de Montréal ou Sherbrooke, vous aurez l’impression d’être à 1 000 kilomètres des villes, de la pollution et du bruit. Un choix de logement hors du commun vous invite à vous évader du quotidien urbain. Des maisons dans les arbres, plusieurs refuges rustiques, des sites de camping ainsi que nos luxueux appartements de montagne pourront servir de camp de base pour vos escapades. Votre choix d’activités varie au gré des saisons, mais il y a toujours la vue incroyable et un réseau de sentiers étalés sur 320 acres de terrain montagneux. Le défi des ascensions de montagne ne vous échappera pas non plus ! Notre nouvel accès à la rivière pour le kayak, la pêche et la baignade ajoute une autre dimension Au Diable Vert. Vous pouvez nous retrouver dans plusieurs guides de voyage comme Ulysse, Fodor et Lonely Planet, entre autres. En 2012, Au Diable Vert a gagné la médaille d’or des Grands Prix du tourisme québecois ainsi que le Prix du tourisme durable de Parcs Canada en 2010. Nous figurons dans plus de 100 magazines et journaux, y compris le Canada’s Cool List d’Explore Magazine 2011. Venez voir pourquoi tout le monde parle d’Au Diable Vert !

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