Our Forest Estate

Entre Cîmes et Racines (our name means between root and crown) is a family business offering accommodations in the woods near Eastman and Magog. An hour away from Montreal, our 14 ecolodges help you relax and get away from it all in the heart of nature. Come see us, and you can both unplug and reenergize at any time of the year in A 175 acres (71 hectares) of forest.

On site, we have 12 km of roads and trails, a maze, 3 streams, bridges, a scavenger hunt, and more.

The Campanile

The service building offers you a warm, relaxed reception, with sanitary facilities under the same roof, accessible at all times. The Campanile is the heart of Entre Cîmes et Racines, a place for services, meeting up and conversations.

Amenities and location

Our ecolodges are equipped to make your stay easier. You will also find at the reception building, the sanitary block, the shop section and many other things.

Services offered at the reception

  • Shop
  • Sanitary facilities (toilets and showers)
  • Internet access (WiFi)
  • Ice
  • Candles and fire wood for sale

For rent

  • Propane stove
  • Towels
  • Snowshoes

Activities

Come in our forest and discover our walking trails. For photography lovers, you’ll have plenty to see. And why not get lost in the maze or roam our forest while doing the treasure hunt.

What to do on the site

  • More than 12 km of forest roads and trails
  • Hiking
  • Maze
  • Treasure hunt
  • Climbing wall for children
  • Snow slide
  • Photography (photo contest)
  • Observation of fauna and flora
  • Mycology
  • Star gazing
  • Cross-country (off trail)
  • Snowshoeing (rental on site)
  • Trails accessible for mountain bikes
  • Access to the Eastern Townships trails (1.5 km from the reception pavilion)
  • Henhouse

In the area

Pets, hunting and motorized vehicles (snowmobile, ATV) are forbidden.

The adventure begins here…

Our forest estate throughout the seasons

Awards and prizes:

  • Regional winner in the Grands Prix du tourisme Québécois in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012
  • Bronze at provincial level in 2010 and Gold in 2008 and 2012
  • 2011: finalist for the Canadian Tourism Awards in the Sustainable Tourism category