Mont Logan, Chic-Chocs (Easter 2016)

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fisheater
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Re: Mont Logan, Chic-Chocs (Easter 2016)

Postby fisheater » Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:28 pm

Really cool trip, thanks for sharing. It seems as though you may have missed one luxury from the ski-do delivery service, Perhaps a bundle of firewood would be nice? How do you keep the beer from freezing? Other than drinking fast :lol:
No huts in this part of the country, forgive my ignorance. Thank you again for sharing. The Chic Chocs are a long way east of here, I do not see much about them. I am not the only one whom would like to know more about them, Wikipedia is also requesting information about the Chic Chocs are their page, they appear to be a well kept Quebecois secret.

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Re: Mont Logan, Chic-Chocs (Easter 2016)

Postby bgregoire » Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:39 pm

fisheater wrote:Really cool trip, thanks for sharing. It seems as though you may have missed one luxury from the ski-do delivery service, Perhaps a bundle of firewood would be nice? How do you keep the beer from freezing? Other than drinking fast :lol:
No huts in this part of the country, forgive my ignorance. Thank you again for sharing. The Chic Chocs are a long way east of here, I do not see much about them. I am not the only one whom would like to know more about them, Wikipedia is also requesting information about the Chic Chocs are their page, they appear to be a well kept Quebecois secret.


Fisherman,

Wood is stocked in all huts here. I can't see it being any other way. They bring it in over summer.

If your want to read up about Québec, you'd be best to learn french (yikes) or at least use google translate over most websites (PS: I'm one of the lucky "few" bilinguals in QC that does not need to learn english to read up on say Yosemite or the Adirondacks).

Here is a good place to get the "official" info on the most travelled area of the Chic Chocs:
http://www.sepaq.com/pq/gas/index.dot?language_id=1
I live for the Telemark arc....The feeeeeeel.....I ski miles to get to a place where there is guaranteed snow to do the deal....TM

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Re: Mont Logan, Chic-Chocs (Easter 2016)

Postby Cannatonic » Tue Apr 05, 2016 7:15 pm

found some good pics of Mt. Groulx area! sound amazing, 14 hours from here.

>>>Nearby Manicouagan Reservoir fills one of the largest meteorite craters on earth.

http://photos.rabaska.qc.ca/index.php/s ... x_2008_057

http://altitude-blog.com/ou-aller-au-qu ... daventure/


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