A Culture and Nature Adventure!
Follow the route and discover various cultural attractions in the region. From the gold mine to the rest stops and the Circuit des sheds panoramiques, from the village history of Piopolis to the Maison du Granit, you’ll learn about what shaped the history of the region. Learn more about the Abenaki people through your adventure on Mont-Ham. Take a few breaks on the trails and get your fill of nature. In the evening, go to a show and fill your ears with music … a culture and nature adventure awaits!Learn more
Destination 7 / 22 : Right across from Église Ste-Agnès, there are two tourist routes you can take to discover the town on foot. Take a break before continuing your adventure on Summit Drive!
Destination 8 / 22 : Are you famished after your walk? At Le Renato, there are two atmospheres under one roof! On one side, there’s the bistro, with a warm, relaxed atmosphere and family cooking. Or take the opportunity to discover other restaurants in Lac-Mégantic, including Kaline Resto Pub, La Gare’nison or Le Capitaine Provost.
Destination 9 / 22 : Make way for the show! Spend a fantastic evening in Lac-Mégantic in the unique former Anglican chapel of St. Barnabas. Discover artists from all over. The chapel is an intimate setting with only 60 seats, where there’s magic between the artists and the audience.
Destination 11 / 22 : Ready for a new day of discoveries? Start off on the right foot on the “Les mots d’enfants” trail in Audet. This one-of-a-kind trail winds through private lands that are often landscaped, allowing walkers to see different types of landscaping that highlight the natural beauty of the region.
Destination 12 / 22 : Next, head towards Lac-Drolet and visit the Maison du Granit, which boasts an exceptional lookout where you can see mountains, lakes, wind turbines and villages. After checking out the exhibit there, why not venture up to the peak of Morne? The panorama will leave you speechless!
Destination 13 / 22 : Les Sentiers du Morne offers three routes, all leading to the summit (824 m), where a panoramic view awaits you at the top of the observation tower.
Destination 15 / 22 : In the afternoon, visit the Coeur Villageois of Lambton and get your fill of fresh air and beauty! Start in front of Église St-Vital and follow the Lambton walking trails. Why not finish your route by visiting the Galerie d’art du Presbytère? You’ll be impressed!
Destination 21 / 22 : The last day of your itinerary leads you to Ham-Sud. Discover the Abenaki people at Parc régional du Mont-Ham! Make the most of this stop to learn more about this people’s connection with the area and their history that shaped the region. Explore Mont-Ham and admire the panorama from its peak!
Destination 22 / 22 : Also in Ham-Sud, a stop at Auberge La Mara is a must. It’s a delight for your eyes and taste buds! This inn offers not only accommodation, but also a restaurant with creative menus made up of products from neighbouring farms, all nestled in enchanting scenery. You’ll love it, guaranteed!
This rest stop, a gateway to Summit Drive, is guaranteed to impress! Check out its shed dedicated to poet and novelist Éva Senécal, a La Patrie native.
Lots of activities await you at the Centre d’interprétation at the former gold mine on Ruisseau Mining. A marked trail (3.5 km, or 7 km round trip) and a suspended footbridge will take you to the abandoned gold mine.
“Here, we make the good times last…” This is the promise of the Cœurs Villageois!
A network of five beautiful forest and river trails invites you on a 3 km walk. You can access the lakefront at the Des Zouaves Stop.
Like the good general store it is, you’ll find everything under one roof!
The neo-Gothic Ste-Agnès Church was completed in 1913. Dominating the downtown, it acts as a beacon in the city.
Here are two tourist routes that you can take to discover the town of Lac-Mégantic on foot. Take a break before continuing your adventure on Summit Drive!
At Le Renato, there are two atmospheres under the same roof! On one side, there’s the bistro, with a warm, relaxed atmosphere and family cooking.
Discover artists from all over in the unique former Anglican chapel of St. Barnabas. The chapel is an intimate setting with only 60 seats, where there’s magic between the artists and the audience.
Feet in the water, head in the stars! This vacation spot is ideal for family holidays.
This one-of-a-kind trail winds through private lands that are often landscaped, allowing walkers see different types of landscaping that highlight the natural beauty of the region.
Located in the heart of an abandoned granite quarry at 680 m high, Maison du Granit provides an exceptional view where mountains, lakes, wind turbines and villages share the stage. It’s a meeting with the history of our region along Summit Drive.
For the past 20 years, this small country restaurant located at the border between Estrie and Beauce has been the pride of local residents.
Heighten your experience in Lambton by exploring a historical and heritage route set up in the Cœur Villageois. This trail will help you discover some important events in the municipality’s history.
Whether you want to lounge on the beach or explore the marsh by kayak, you’re guaranteed to have a good time. A rustic camping is now available!
Relax on the round bench and discover the historical and comedic side of Weedon. Be sure to add this stop to your adventure on Summit Drive!
Directement de la terre à votre table! Goûtez la différence des fromages de la Fromagerie P'tit Plaisir. Attention, il y a aussi le beurre, la crème glacée et les gelato à découvrir!
This rustic Italian fine dining restaurant offers a five-course table d’hôte, a warm atmosphere, affordable pricing and a feast for all your senses.
Camping Beau-Soleil is located near Summit Drive. It’s an enchanting site for a successful country vacation, whether you’re in a tent, trailer or cabin.
Outdoor enthusiasts will be delighted by the 18 km of walking trails, forest accommodation (shelters, prospector tents and rustic camping), the breathtaking 360-degree view on the mountaintop and the rich history of the Abenaki people.
The 65-seat dining room will leave you speechless. And what can we say about the inn’s fine cuisine, with its products from local farms?