Outdoors

New this winter at Mont-Tremblant national park

Do the first snows of winter rev up your spirits? They do mine, and the park national du Mont-Tremblant team is pretty much in sync with that. The members love…

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Winter 2022

Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skate skiing, walking and fat biking   In Mont-Tremblant and area there are hundreds of kilometres of trails which provide pleasure to visitors and are the pride…

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Cross-country skiing: buying guide

To equip yourself for cross-country skiing…where do you start? First tip: don’t delay. The shops are having trouble getting stock and you risk not finding all models or sizes. Decide…

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Two Mont-Tremblant men outstanding in Ultimate Frisbee Championship

The Université de Montréal men’s team came out the overall winner in the University Ultimate Frisbee Championship held in Brampton, Ontario, on October 15, 16 and 17. The U of…

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From Labelle, Régal Nomade: treats for people on the go

First off, the word “Régal” means “tasty treat”, and you know what “nomad” means. So here are two young families, in which the parents are long-time outdoors enthusiasts and still…

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Foraging fitness

I had no idea that the wild berries I found on the edge of a forest would lead to a foraging adventure…. An unexpected treat I spied the tiny plump…

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Retaining a priceless privilege

No need to go very far to observe the stars. You can do it from home. But did you know that you can observe the Milky Way from the Laurentides…

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Walking on water

The dream of walking on water can become a reality thanks to the paddleboard, an outdoor activity whose popularity has grown exponentially over the past 15 years. It’s this discovery…

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Rock climbing in the Laurentians

The small town of Chamonix, nestled at the foot of France’s Mont Blanc, is recognized as the world capital of mountain climbing. It all started in 1786 with the first…

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Priceless lessons for the outdoors (Part three)

Early outdoors enthusiasts ate fruits and nuts, pastry, dried meats, and cheese. For energy, I make and eat mint cake. The sugary treat was used on Shackleton’s Antarctic expedition. Edmund…

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