Unusual Accommodations in the Valley

The ultras-yurts at Auberge du changement d’ère
In a fascinating location, surrounded by nature and imagination, Auberge du Changement d’Ère breathes its utopian spirit and offers you two unique ultra-yurts conceived by its two artist-architect founders.
If we had to describe the place in just one word, without hesitation, we’d say it’s unique. Pssst: it’s open in winter too! And stay tuned for the launch of the new Gouttes d’Air in summer 2024!
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Sleep in a pod
Nestled at the feet of mount Hereford, it’s at Mont Expérience Hereford Campground where you can delight in staying in a pod. You’ll fall in love with this serene spot in the heart of nature. Hurry to book, as spots fill up fast!

Psst: Also tucked away in the forest of mount Hereford is a refuge right in the midst of the trails, accessible only by foot!
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Sleeping in a forest shelter
Located along the trails of mount Hereford, enjoy the Vieux Panache relay shelter. Accessible only by foot or backcountry skiing, this place offers 2 separate rooms totalising 8 beds and will keep you warm all night long with its wood stove. We’re telling you; try it once, and you’ll be hooked!
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Winter shelters at Parc de la Gorge
Did you know that it’s possible to rent small shelters in the Coaticook Gorge Park? In addition to being ultra cute and cozy, the shelters are also close to the park’s numerous activities. To learn more, click here!

IMAGO tents
Accommodation and experience rolled into one! This lodging type is perfect for those looking to try winter camping. Imago tents are much more than just a tent; they offer you a touch of luxury. Located in Coaticook Gorge Park, you’ll be close to the park’s activities while also being near the city’s amenities.
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