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Priceless lessons for the outdoors (Part two)

In part one, we learned that a compass, hot water and a hiking stick are great outdoor companions. It is easy to rely on cellphones or be complacent because we…

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The revenge of the sugars

Local, original, sugar shacks Whether it’s the Cabane à Tuque, which eco-responsibly offers a menu that’s local, organic and vegan; or La Tablée des Pionniers which innovates beautifully thanks to…

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A true escape in nature

Many of us dream of a small chalet tucked away among snowy trees, looking onto a beautiful lake surrounded by gentle hills; outside, many healthy activities would beckon. That very…

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Priceless lessons for the outdoors (Part one)

By Jeff Swystun A 1927 tourist booklet for Canada stated, “The out of doors appeals to every normal, healthy individual. We revel in the bigness, the freshness and the wholesomeness…

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Mission accomplished for Ski de fond Mont-Tremblant

New address, new formula, new and unexpectedly fine playground This first season of operation for the Ski de fond Mont-Tremblant (SFMT) organization at the Manitou golf course has been, to…

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Mont-Tremblant seen from the sky

A first flight on a jumbo jet or a Cessna is nice. But in a helicopter, it’s better. Much better. And to discover our magnificent part of the country from…

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The joy of ice climbing

By Jeff Swystun Did you know that you can learn to ice climb just a short walk from the ski village? Under the gondola at the base of the mountain…

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The photographer’s eye

Impassioned by the joy of skiing, the Mont-Tremblant area and all it’s had to offer since the ‘90s, Gary Yee is a visual storyteller for the sports, events and lifestyle…

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The Richer family: close to a century of involvement

The Mont-Tremblant region as we know it is the result of actions, decisions and risks taken in the past by courageous, hard-working and determined individuals. The history that follows is…

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Pick up that peel

By Jeff Swysten Hiking’s simple rule is this: leave only footprints. I like to add: try to avoid that, too. Often I see people avoiding a puddle, thereby widening the…

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