by John3v3 » Thu Jun 20, 2013 1:32 am
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by chugach mtn boy » Fri Jun 21, 2013 3:36 am
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by LaChaise » Thu Aug 01, 2013 1:34 am
by marving » Mon Dec 15, 2014 2:34 pm
LaChaise wrote:Below are the long distance trails in Québec I can think of at the moment:
Sentier le Fjord 47km + Sentier de la Plage 6km (a natural add on mostly outside the provincial park)
Sentier la Longue Randonee Tremblant 75km
Sentier le Laurentian 75km (closed since 2012)
Sentier Haut Saint-Maurice 47km
Sentier des Caps de Charlevoix 50km
Sentier la Traversee de Charlevoix 105km
Sentier la Traversee des Chic-Choc 110km (includes many mountains over 1000m)
Sentier la Traversee de la reserve Matane 100km (includes 1 mountain over 1000m)
Sentier du Lac Kenogami 47km
Sentier la Traversee des Monts Groulx 50km (includes many mountains over 1000m)
If you are looking to summit mountains there are a few places:
Appalachian Mountains: In easter township,few mountains over 1000m, Mégantic Provincial Park has a nice easy 15km trail with 3 summits over 1000m. Mount Gosford is another easily accesible one.
Laurantian Mountains: Most peaks over 1000m are just north of Québec City and have no developed trails. One exception is l Acropole des draveur 1040m which offer spectacular views on a easy linear 5km trail in a provincial park.
Chic-Choc Mountains: In Gaspe peninsula. see traverse above.
Monts Groulx: Very remote, see traverse above.
Mont Otis: Very isolated in northern Québec, almost impossible to access.
Monts Torngats: Northern Québec, highest mountains in the province, Access by plane.
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