Mountain bike

With Plein Air Sutton / MTB

From June 17 2017 to October 31 2017

Come have fun in the 25 km of cross-country mountain biking trails offered by Plein Air Sutton / MTB. There will be for everyone’s tastes: from beginners to experts trails!


The reception will be at Mont SUTTON, where the resort’s facilities will be made available : parking lots, bathroom. The Boutique Expérience SUTTON will also be selling mountain biking and hiking trail tickets, have a bike washing station, rent fatbikes and mountain bikes, and have small snack bar.


  • Number of km for the first summer: 25 km
  • Number of trails: about 15
  • Types of trails: from family cross-country to expert trails, double and single track
  • Access rates: 10 $ / day / person and 55 $ for a season pass (opening rates)


Mountain Bike Rentals 1 Day 1/2 Day
(after 12 p.m.)
 2 Hour Block
Double suspension Premium – Scott Genius Plus $ 115 $ 100  n/a
Double suspension Plus – Scott Spark Plus $ 100 $ 80 n/a
Promenade – Scott Fatbike $ 60 n/a  $ 35

Limited quantities. Reservations strongly suggested (by phone 450-538-2545, option 4). Taxes not included. The rates are in Canadian dollars and may change without notice. Helmet included.


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For your information, a fundraiser for the NPO is presently on going through the drawing of a mountain bike. The bike in question will be on display at Mont SUTTON from March 27th to April 9th, 2017, and the winner will be drawn on June 17th at the season’s official opening.


The project’s long-term aim is to offer distinctive and original trails that emphasize the protection of the terrain as well as the originality of the points of interest. The members of the NPO at the root of the project have practiced mountain biking elsewhere in Quebec, in Vermont, in British Columbia, in Arizona… in other countries! All in all, a great project to discover and follow starting this summer!


Bike lover?  You could also be interested in the expo on biking at Musée des communications de Sutton