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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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Outside our back door

I’m an absolute slug when it comes to climbing uphill. Biking, running, snowshoeing. Pick a sport. I shine on the descent, not the ascent. And that is why I did…

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Day camps: pick your pleasure

Namasté & Ratatouille – Cooking & Yoga This day camp, which is highly popular with children (and their parents) every year, invites young people to discover well-being and cooking in…

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It’s all downhill from here

Careening downhill as fast as I can go on any device is one of my favourite things to do. Racing my bike at breakneck speed down the Nordet is exhilarating….

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The photographer’s eye

A talented photographer who is passionate about skiing, the Mont-Tremblant area and all it has had to offer since the ‘90s, Gary Yee is always busy shining a light on…

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Procedural memory in the learning of alpine skiing

The following situation is one you’ve most certainly experienced. You’re driving your car on a route you drive frequently. Half way there, you realize that you’ve covered all this distance…

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A skating rink on Lac Raynaud

It’s a first in over 20 years for the Domaine Saint-Bernard! You can now skate on a rink about one kilometre in length on Lac Raynaud. Early in the season,…

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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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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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