Top 10 Things to do in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Canada

December 19, 2017 Nicolette Lion

Discover the best top things to do in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Canada including La Halte des Pelerins, Musee canadien de l’Arme et du Bronze, Centre de la Nature Mont Saint-Hilaire, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal, Mont SUTTON, Mont Orford, Saint Benedict Abbey, Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook, Balnea, Union Libre Cidre & Vin.
Restaurants in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

1. La Halte des Pelerins

693, chemin du Sanctuaire, Sherbrooke, Quebec J1H 0E1, Canada +1 819-563-5115
Excellent
86%
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5 based on 163 reviews

La Halte des Pelerins

La Halte des Pelerins: Country Charm or Urban? Accessible! Located 5 minutes away from downtown Sherbrooke. La Halte des Pelerins offers unrivaled experiences throughout its commented tastings, guided tours, entertainment, and more. In October, don't miss the ultimate wine experience: Grape Harvesting! On top of the winery's 10 remarkable wines, the boutique holds a wide variety of local products (gift packages available). CREATING YOUR PERFECT EVENT 3 different sites available o Meeting / reception rooms for rental o Catering service o Mix of country charm and urban amenities

Reviewed By Peter B - Perth, Australia

This was the best wine tasting experience we can remember anywhere in the world. We had amazing hosts, fabulous welcoming hospitality, and generous samples of a lovely and extensive range of wines, including red and white ice wines. A fabulous time tasting cold weather wines which were all very reasonably priced. We bought wines for our dinner in North Hatley and enough to fill the airline luggage allowance for our flight back to Australia.

2. Musee canadien de l’Arme et du Bronze

53-1, rue Dufferin, Granby, Quebec J2G 4W8, Canada +1 450-405-4585
Excellent
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5 based on 73 reviews

Musee canadien de l’Arme et du Bronze

Museum whose Mission is to preserve our heritage, act as a witness to the past, protect a legacy for future generations and raise awareness of a special world and its beauties and challenges.

Reviewed By Stephanie R - Ottawa, Canada

We live in Ottawa and happened to be spending a weekend in Granby, QC and we found this place online on the top ten things to do while in Granby.
This museum is amazing!!! Beautiful showcase of all types of firearms, war relics, knives, swords and rare pieces. We were blown away. Everything is beautifully presented and the gentleman who gives the tour and takes care of this museum collection is so knowledgeable and friendly. He gave us a tour, enabling us to learn so much and come out of there with really interesting stories. It was only 10$ a person! So worth it! I would definitely go back and recommend to anyone who goes to Granby!!

3. Centre de la Nature Mont Saint-Hilaire

422 chemin des Moulins, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec J3G 4S6, Canada +1 450-467-1755
Excellent
71%
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4.5 based on 130 reviews

Centre de la Nature Mont Saint-Hilaire

Reviewed By MarPelletier - Montreal, Canada

Seriously this place has everything you want in a family or friend or romantic outing & walk in the woods - I suspect that the leaves will turn in early October for the spectacular , although the pkace is open year round it's just special .
I'd say about 8 km of intertwined trails some straight some winding some climbing and some down right rock climbing ( but nothing too strenuous ) kids , ado , adults , elderly will all enjoy this place !!!
Pack a lunch / nap sack - stop during your hike and have a nature snak ( no restaurants ) but there is bathrooms ....
Frankly I went with friends and had such a nice day --- I was just charmed - and wondering why after 56 years of life I have not been here before - but I'll be back - about 1 hour from Montreal - 7$ per person charge ( think of it as a donation as this place is impeccable ) you'll swear your in the great north ( but without the Bears ! ).
We did see deer and Doe , a beaver and ducks ! Yup there's a lake at the top !!!
There is trails for all challenges and being a mountain in the middle of the plains --- once on the top WOW you see forever !!!!
After your hike back down , there is plenty of restaurants in the nearby town so make a day-eve excursion - a wonderful friendly city this St Hilaire they've done we'll with tourism offering and quite clean city
Check the weather befor you go , bring what you need , running or hiking shoes , I guarantee a great day with kids of all ages , ( we bumped into seniors and people with baby carriages so -- No Excuses !!!! Get out for a walk :) !!!!

170 Sainte-Anne Street, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec H9X 1N1, Canada +1 514-457-5546
Excellent
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4.5 based on 140 reviews

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal

Reviewed By max219 - Montreal, Canada

Beautiful lakeshore walk for those who want to venture outside Montreal downtown. Nice spot for a picnic or a brunch on a Terrace facing the river.

5. Mont SUTTON

671 rue Maple, Sutton, Quebec J0E 2K0, Canada +1 450-538-2545
Excellent
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4.5 based on 173 reviews

Mont SUTTON

Calling all ski enthusiasts: come discover Mont SUTTON, a major ski resort located in Quebec's Eastern Townships. Whether on skis, snowboard or telemark, experience something unique through everything our mountain has to offer: glades for every skill level known as the best in Canada, a microclimate that allows for generous snowfall, omnipresent nature, an authentic atmosphere both on the trails and at the après-ski. Families, friends, and couples all agree that every moment spent at Mont SUTTON is magical... a "Purely SUTTON" experience!

Reviewed By Oleg O

The staff was very friendly and helpful. I want to say special thank you to manager Melanie for kindness, understanding and professionalism. Also all guys in rental department were very knowledgeable and helpful. The place is awesome. Slopes are well groomed and scenery is beautiful. Prices are down to earth not like in Colorado or Salt Lake City: really affordable. You want regret it if you visit Mont Sutton!!

6. Mont Orford

3321 Chemin du Parc Orford, Orford, Magog, Quebec J1X 7A2, Canada +1 819-843-9855
Excellent
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4.5 based on 205 reviews

Mont Orford

Reviewed By Duda R - Guatemala

This mountain has a great lodge, restaurant, and bar area. However, there isn’t much space where you can eat a homemade lunch. The slopes are good, many of them weren’t open when we were there though. The greens I found a little more challenging than usual, but there were enough runs to keep us occupied. The gondola line can get long because it is mixed in with a regular chairlift.

7. Saint Benedict Abbey

1 Rue Principale, Saint-Benoit-du-Lac, Quebec J0B 2M0, Canada +1 819-843-4080
Excellent
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4.5 based on 236 reviews

Saint Benedict Abbey

Reviewed By A TripAdvisor Member

Definitely worth a visit when you are in the area. Disappointed that there were no English tours available when were there but walked through on our own. The sanctuary was so quiet that you could hear a pin drop. So peaceful and tranquil. Enjoyed walking through the store where they had an incredible selection of cheeses and other delectable items. Ended up buying a couple of cheese gift packs. Tried the fontina cheese as soon as we got back. Absolutely delicious - smooth creamy with a delicate flavor. Can't wait to try the other ones!

8. Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook

135 Rue Michaud, Coaticook, Quebec J1A 1A9, Canada +1 819-849-2331
Excellent
51%
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4.5 based on 318 reviews

Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook

Reviewed By travelbugcheri - Toronto

We stayed for 4 nights tent camping in the park on site N3.
Check in- Professional and pleasant, providing us with all the information we required.
Amenities- Spotless flush bathrooms and showers around the campground. Portable toilets (clean and well serviced) close to campsites. Drinking/cooking water available close to campsite in parking area. Wood available for $9 for a large bag.
Campsite- Beautiful! Feet from the Coaticook River, level, well cleared. Large enough for large dining tent and two sleeping tents. Good amount of privacy.Our site was 100 m from the parking area
Area- Great well marked trails. We did the Gorge trail both in the day and at night for Foresta Lumina( separate review), as well as a 10Km trail stopping halfway to have a picnic lunch at the waterfalls). Good security on site.

9. Balnea

319 ch. Lac Gale, Bromont, Quebec J2L 2S5, Canada +1 450-534-0604
Excellent
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4.5 based on 333 reviews

Balnea

Reviewed By quoeratdemonstrandum - Ottawa, Canada

You really can't beat the fact that this spa is build on a long wide hill that ends on a beautiful lake with the Eastern Townships' rolling landscape in the background. And the hill and lake are all part of the spa's facilities! It doesn't get much better than having a relaxation cycle floating lazily on inflatable beds on the lake...
The frills I'm referring to in my title are free refills of chlorophyll or hibiscus infused water, marshmallows and a fire for roasting, on-demand guided tours of the premises and art Exhibitions on its walls.
The pools and saunas are fantastic but quite typical for a Scandinavian Spa. They have unique relaxation rooms like a mini movie theater and aquarium room.
The restaurant is top notch as well although the first time we went we waited a long time because apparently they had run out of an ingredient but didn't tell us and went to get more.
Some misc. notes:
- In the winter, the entire hillside and lake is understandably closed, so you're missing out on almost 50% of the experience.
- They don't pipe the new age music too overtly like other places might
- Weekday summer hours are short
- The movies in the theatre are nature documentaries which is less relaxing if you happen on the lions-eating-gazelles scene
- The aquarium could use more fish
- Beware of snoring clients

10. Union Libre Cidre & Vin

1047 Chemin Bruce, Dunham, Quebec J0E 1M0, Canada +1 450-295-2223
Excellent
74%
Good
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4.5 based on 93 reviews

Union Libre Cidre & Vin

UNION LIBRE cidre & vin is a brand of cider and wine. It evokes the union of knowledge and freedom of the senses in order to create unique aromas, flavors and textures in a spirit of creative freedom. Leading producer of Fire Cider, the 75 acre Estate is devoted to the production of distinctive ciders and wines. At UNION LIBRE cidre & vin, we want your tour to be unique and convivial. Please contact us to make a reservation.

Reviewed By Vin_2013 - Ottawa

Loved this very cute boutique and vineyard! We did the tasting only (not the tour). The staff was very friendly and welcoming and shared a lot of knowledge about the Cider production process. We sampled several of their ciders (fire, ice and sparkling). My favourite was was the fire cider (picked up a few bottles). Highly recommend checking it out if you are in the Eastern Townships.

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