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Skiing
Jay Peak Resort is an American ski resort located on Jay Peak in the Green Mountains, between the Village of Jay and Montgomery Center, Vermont. Its vertical drop of 2,153 feet is the eighth largest in New England and the fifth largest in Vermont. Wikipedia Address: 830 Jay Peak Rd, Jay, VT 05859, United States Vertical: 656 m Longest run: 4,828 m Phone: +1 802-988-2611 Lift system: 8 (1 Aerial tramway, 5 chairs, 2 surface lifts)
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Jay Peak Resort
830 Jay Peak Rd
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Jay Peak Resort is an American ski resort located on Jay Peak in the Green Mountains, between the Village of Jay and Montgomery Center, Vermont. Its vertical drop of 2,153 feet is the eighth largest in New England and the fifth largest in Vermont. Wikipedia Address: 830 Jay Peak Rd, Jay, VT 05859, United States Vertical: 656 m Longest run: 4,828 m Phone: +1 802-988-2611 Lift system: 8 (1 Aerial tramway, 5 chairs, 2 surface lifts)
Skiing Owl's Head The ski resort Owl's Head is located in the Estrie (Canada, Quebec). For skiing and snowboarding, there is 24 km of slopes available. 5 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 213 and 753 m.
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Owl's Head
40 Chemin du Mont Owls Head
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Skiing Owl's Head The ski resort Owl's Head is located in the Estrie (Canada, Quebec). For skiing and snowboarding, there is 24 km of slopes available. 5 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 213 and 753 m.
Neighbourhoods
Potton is a township municipality of about 1,850 people in the Memphrémagog Regional County Municipality. It is located on the western shore of Lake Memphremagog in the Estrie (Eastern Townships) region of Quebec, and is one of the municipalities in Brome County. Potton is located about 125 kilometres (78 mi) southeast of Montreal, 30 kilometres (19 mi) to the southwest of the city of Magog, and next to the United States border, north of North Troy, Vermont. Potton Township (Canton de Potton) consists of several villages and hamlets that include Potton Springs, Mansonville, Highwater, Dunkin, Province Hill, Leadville, Vale Perkins, Perkins Landing, and Knowlton's Landing. Of these, Mansonville is the business center and the seat of government (Municipalite du canton de Potton) for the township. Formerly a sleepy community, Mansonville has experienced some growth and prosperity because of its proximity to the Owl's Head ski resort. Like many Eastern Townships and New England villages, Mansonville grew up around a water-powered mill which exploited a head of water above a fall on the North Branch of the Missisquoi River. The mill ceased operating with electrification in the early 20th century, which allowed economies of scale and centralized manufacturing in larger centres. It operated as a feed and grain mill until 2004, when it was destroyed by fire. Overlooking the mill site is the mansion of the Manson family that founded the town. The mansion has since become a bed and breakfast. The Newport Subdivision of the Central Maine and Quebec Railway railroad route from Newport, Vermont to Richford, Vermont traverses the township at Highwater and follows the Mississquoi River. The single runway Mansonville Airport (CSK4) is located near Highwater, on chemin de l'Aeroport. Mansonville, like many Eastern Townships communities, has long had a mixture of French and English-speaking residents and is home to over twenty nationalities and ethnic groups. Religious diversity is present, and in Mansonville, Roman Catholic, United (closed 2011) and Anglican churches are located a few yards apart. Mansonville was also the home of Russian Orthodox prelate Metropolitan Vitaly Ustinov for some five decades until his death in 2006.
Mansonville, Quebec
Potton is a township municipality of about 1,850 people in the Memphrémagog Regional County Municipality. It is located on the western shore of Lake Memphremagog in the Estrie (Eastern Townships) region of Quebec, and is one of the municipalities in Brome County. Potton is located about 125 kilometres (78 mi) southeast of Montreal, 30 kilometres (19 mi) to the southwest of the city of Magog, and next to the United States border, north of North Troy, Vermont. Potton Township (Canton de Potton) consists of several villages and hamlets that include Potton Springs, Mansonville, Highwater, Dunkin, Province Hill, Leadville, Vale Perkins, Perkins Landing, and Knowlton's Landing. Of these, Mansonville is the business center and the seat of government (Municipalite du canton de Potton) for the township. Formerly a sleepy community, Mansonville has experienced some growth and prosperity because of its proximity to the Owl's Head ski resort. Like many Eastern Townships and New England villages, Mansonville grew up around a water-powered mill which exploited a head of water above a fall on the North Branch of the Missisquoi River. The mill ceased operating with electrification in the early 20th century, which allowed economies of scale and centralized manufacturing in larger centres. It operated as a feed and grain mill until 2004, when it was destroyed by fire. Overlooking the mill site is the mansion of the Manson family that founded the town. The mansion has since become a bed and breakfast. The Newport Subdivision of the Central Maine and Quebec Railway railroad route from Newport, Vermont to Richford, Vermont traverses the township at Highwater and follows the Mississquoi River. The single runway Mansonville Airport (CSK4) is located near Highwater, on chemin de l'Aeroport. Mansonville, like many Eastern Townships communities, has long had a mixture of French and English-speaking residents and is home to over twenty nationalities and ethnic groups. Religious diversity is present, and in Mansonville, Roman Catholic, United (closed 2011) and Anglican churches are located a few yards apart. Mansonville was also the home of Russian Orthodox prelate Metropolitan Vitaly Ustinov for some five decades until his death in 2006.
Abbaye St-Benoit-Du-Lac
indoor waterpark
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Pump House Indoor Waterpark
830 Jay Peak Road
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The marcket
it's like taking a trip back in time and the weekend farmers market is just yummy:)
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Grange ronde de Mansonville
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it's like taking a trip back in time and the weekend farmers market is just yummy:)
from May to October in a Saturday, the farmer market is open with beautiful fresh foods
Mansonville, Quebec
from May to October in a Saturday, the farmer market is open with beautiful fresh foods