Tartopom

Tartopom, verger biologique et érablière

  • Rougemont
Tartopom

Located at the bottom of Mont Rougemont, Tartopom offers a host of activities on an enchanting site where the pleasures of the orchard and the sugar shack are linked with the seasons to offer you a perfect day with family or friends.

In the fall, pick your own organic apples and pears, discover the interpretive trail and picnic areas. In the spring, go to the sugar shack for a traditional meal, take a tour of the facilities, and then go snowshoeing to digest it all.

Tartopom, verger biologique et érablière

330, rang de la Montagne
Rougemont (Québec) J0L 1M0

info@tartopom.ca
www.tartopom.ca

Phone number : 450 469-3780

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Practices

Tartopom uses eco-friendly means of struggle against different enemies  of the apple. Composting and recycling. Organic orchard certified by Quebec Vrai.

Products

Apples, maple syrup and transformed products: apple pie, juice, jam, butterscotch, etc. Sugar shack traditional menu and derivative products. Taste a range of products combining apples, pears and maple!

Services

Picnic area. Playground. Groups welcome (school or other). Pick your own apples and pears. Pets allowed. Tractor ride. Boutique. Tastings. Hiking in the interpretive trail. Wireless Internet.

Capacity

Room that can welcome group of 55 people.

Opening Period

End of August to the end of October: open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sugar shack: Mid-March to mid-april, reservation required.

Event

Sugar market: two week-ends organized in march and april. Information will appear on facebook.

Our recipes

Go to your stove and enjoy!

Pistachio-stuffed apples with maple and cider sauce

See recipe
https://tourismecoeurmonteregie.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/tartopom-1.jpg Tartopom, verger biologique et érablière Located at the bottom of Mont Rougemont, Tartopom offers a host of activities on an enchanting site where the pleasures of the orchard and the sugar shack are linked with the seasons to offer you a perfect day with family or friends. In the fall, pick your own organic apples and pears, discover the interpretive trail and picnic areas. In the spring, go to the sugar shack for a traditional meal, take a tour of the facilities, and then go snowshoeing to digest it all.
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Covid-19

Due to COVID-19, some events and attractions presented on our website may be cancelled or closed. As a precautionary measure, counter services at infotourist centres are also closed until further notice.

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