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


We have 22km of marked trails in the forest. All our trails are divided by loop and color and return to the same place. The topographic map of our trails is found several times throughout the forest as well as on the back of the site map (received upon your arrival). The trails have recently been colour-coded to indicate the time it will take to complete the circuit, from 30 minutes to 4 hours. At an altitude of 1,000 feet, you will find various types of trails. From the wide open trails in the alpine pastures to the steep and winding trails that cross streams and cliffs, there is something for all ages and tastes.

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!

Season passes are also available for individuals (1 person) or families (2 adults + children).
Single pass : $45 per year
Family pass : $75 per year

Trail map

COVID-19 Notice

This summer continues to be exceptionally busy at Au Diable Vert and we expect it to continue into the fall. We want to inform all visitors that we regularly fill our site to our authorized capacity and that we frequently have to deny access to day visitors. If you are staying on a campsite or accommodation or participating in the VeloVolant activity, access to the trails is included and guaranteed. If you participate in our water sports, trail access is not included ($ 7.50 per person in addition to your water sports fees) and is NOT guaranteed. Likewise, clients wishing to access the site or the trails will have to pay the required fee of $ 7.50 and access is NOT guaranteed. We wish we could accommodate all guests who wish to visit us, but unfortunately this year we may have to turn you down once our maximum capacity is reached.

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Other summer activities

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