Quebec 'treehouse' resort named Canada's leading wilderness resort (PHOTOS)

Sep 18 2017, 9:41 pm

A stunning Quebec wilderness resort has been named one of Canada’s best wilderness sites at the World Travel Awards.

Au Diable Vert located in Glen Sutton, Quebec, was named as Canada’s Leading Wilderness Resort 2017 at the World Travel Awards in London, England.

Located on a spectacular alpine pasture at over 1,000 feet of altitude, Au Diable Vert allows visitors to explore Quebec’s beautiful natural landscape with incredible views of Mont Sutton, Jay Peak, and Owl’s Head.

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“Our guests have the chance to appreciate nature and the spectacular view of the Appalachian and Green mountains, with binoculars, camera, hiking poles, a kite or the hand of a loved one. Facilitating the Quebec wilderness experience, no matter the season, is what we strive to do better and better each year,” said Jeremy Fontana, owner of Au Diable Vert.

“A compelling and unique choice of activities, range from exploring our mountaintop site in the mountains to splashing, paddling, and fishing in the Missisquoi River, to pedaling through the treetops on the unique-in-Canada VeloVolant canopy cycle.”

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The resort features a range of accommodations, including unique tree houses and log cabins all the way to our luxurious two bedroom mountain view suites.

Au Diable Vert was also announced as a finalist for the 2017 TIAC Canadian Tourism Awards in the Canada Aventure / Outdoors category – presented annually by the Tourism Industry Association of Canada. 

“We pride ourselves in providing an authentic wilderness experience, but unlike virtually all of the other finalists, Au Diable Vert has something for all budgets. The luxury we offer is making the wilderness accessible to all, something we are very proud of!” said Fontana.

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