|Location||Sutton, Quebec, Canada|
457 m (1,499 ft)
|Skiable area||175 acres (0.7 km2)|
|Longest run||2.86 km|
|Lift system||3 quads (1 detachable)
Mont Sutton is a ski area in the Eastern Townships located within the town of Sutton, Quebec, Canada, about 5 km directly east of its urban district. In 1960, the hill was turned into a downhill ski centre by the Boulanger family. Known for its glades skiing, today it operates 9 lifts with an 11,800 person/hour capacity and hosts a terrain park.
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