Welcome dogs! Dogs accepted in accommodations offered by Au Diable Vert - 4-season mountain and outdoor resort in Glen Sutton

Visit the Farm

Explore our on-site farm, which is home to an ancient breed of highland cattle.

Parts of the Au Diable Vert farm have been occupied since as early as the 1780s, following the expulsion of British Loyalists from the newly formed United States. English families literally walked across the border to Canada and lived as squatters until they were eventually welcomed as Canadians. During your visit to the park, you can see stone walls and pastures that have been cleared for all this time and appreciate one of the few remaining active alpine farms in the region.

Details and Pricing

Access to our private 22km trail system.

Day access : $7.50 per adult
Children (14 years old or under) : Free
Dogs are welcome free of charge!

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.
You can also purchase our natural highland meat directly from the farm in small and large quantities. Our cows are grass fed and are not given artificial additives, hormones, or antibiotics.

Scottish highland cows are slow maturing, making the meat fine textured and succulent. The meat is well marbled, but very lean and is processed under Quebec government inspection.

Discover the activity

Photos Credit David Beaulieu & Lorne McClinton

Other summer activities

  • ObservEtoiles
  • VéloVolant
  • Hiking
  • Calm river kayaking
  • Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP)
  • River tubing
  • Animal tracking
  • Farm visit