The Traversee de Charelvoix In my last blog I shared my story of falling in the water at the end of the Sentier L'Orignac and my good fortune in meeting the angel of Charlevoix, Johanne Leduc. As it turned out, Johanne is also the Directrice generale of the 110km Traversee de Charlevoix, the longest of the
Part One. Sentier L’Orignac The Charlevoix region is like stepping into an old fairytale. From the moment you disembark in St Simeon on the north shore of the St. Lawrence river you feel like perhaps the Starship Enterprise just beamed you into rural France. It is a special place. Perhaps because it was recreated
From Woodstock, New Brunswick to Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec This past month I have mountain biked 340km of the Trans Canada Trail from Woodstock, New Brunswick to Riviere du Loup, Quebec, then hopped on a ferry to St Simeon and backpacked approximately 200km of the Charlevoix mountains. I am now in Baie-St.Paul, about 100km from Quebec city.