Try as we might, we'll never be able to achieve the same luscious, swooping bangs as the highland cattle at Au Diable Vert. The cows, famous for their small stature and shaggy hair, are the centrepiece of the 560-acre farm, camping, and activity site. Visitors can walk right up to their fields and spend the day watching them roam.\nThey might even approach you.\nEditor's Choice: There's Finally A Movement To Make All Of Montreal's Wretched STM Station Doors Automatic\nJeremy Fontana, who runs Au Diable Vert with his wife, Julie Zeitlinger, told MTL Blog that their nearly 60 cows live in bovine "paradise" with free reign in their sprawling alpine pasture — perfect for a breed that originates in the wet, cold highlands of Scotland.\nWith thick coats, the cows are well suited for the climate of Quebec and Fontana says they can be seen outside in every season.\nIn the winter, they like to lay on the ground as the snow piles up on top of them until just their heads and little poofs of orange hair are visible. Adorable.\nThey don't mind the heat of the summer, either, and enjoy fresh water from their very own spring.\nThe farm is all organic, so no pesticides, hormones, or additives. Field rotation also ensures that the voracious animals always have fresh grass.\nGentle and curious, the cows are used to dogs and humans getting right up to the fence that surrounds their domain.\nView this post on Instagram Cuteness overload 🐮 A post shared by Kim Barone (@kimbarone122) on May 29, 2018 at 11:40am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Dog meets cow A post shared by Alex Black (@ablack682) on Sep 23, 2018 at 8:59am PDT\nSome lucky campers at Au Diable Vert can watch the fluffy friends right from their campsites.\nThough the cows might be entertainment enough, there are plenty of other activities at the site, too.\nOn the VéloVolant — flying bikes — visitors pedal their way through the canopy on small metal contraptions suspended from wires (not for anyone with a fear of heights).\nFor the more terrestrial, there are 14 kilometres of trails to explore.\nThose who prefer to just sit can float down the river in a tube in the summer months.\nView this post on Instagram Hello you 🐂 #bostonterrier #dog #dogsofinstagram #doglovers #dogoftheday #doglover #doglife #dogstagram #animals #animallovers #bostonterrierlove #happy #life #followforfollowback #likeforfollow #bostonterriers #bostonterrierlife #picoftheday #picture #iphonexr #instadog #quarantaine #audiablevauvert #farm A post shared by Harley 🐶👑 (@harley.terrier) on Jun 8, 2020 at 7:11pm PDT\nFontana says that reservations are mandatory for all of the activities.\nBut anyone in it just for the cows need only pay $7.50 per adult for access to the site.\nGet all the details below.\nHighland Cows At Au Diable Vert\nPrice: $7.50 for adults to access the site\nAddress: 169, chemin Staines, Glen Sutton, QC\nWhy You Need To Go: Fluffy cows, 'nough said.\n View this post on Instagram Le charme du Highland Cattle 🐂🌿 . . #eastherntownships #beautyofnature #farmlife #naturelovers #highlands #highlandcow #diablevert #sutton #cow #animalphotography #animalsofinstagram #animalelovers A post shared by Jess O. (@jessca_o) on Jun 4, 2020 at 5:38am PDT\n\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and obey any local laws.