Journals

Chutes du Quebec

A journal of the waterfalls and cascades we discover in our explorations of Quebec.
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The continuing story of Renee (@reneetougas) and Damien's (@toesalad) section hike of the Vermont Long Trail.
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To celebrate @mypictograph having his momentous 18th birthday, we decided to take a couple car loads of teenagers to Refuge Swaggin, a backcountry cabin on the Sentier National in the Quebec woods. This journal is our shared experience ...
A short end of winter getaway for @toesalad and myself. Originally we thought we'd go backcountry skiing but with the warming days and advancing season we anticipate that snowshoeing is more feasible. So we've chosen our hut rental ...

Winter outings 2020

@toesalad and I have a goal to get out of the city every weekend and do something in the snow, preferably in the mountains. We have four main activity options: snowshoeing, x-country skiing, front country (or resort) downhill ...

Random Randonée

Randonée is a french word for hiking. This is an on-going journal of day hiking and small hiking trips mostly in the southern Quebec and northern New England (near our home in Montreal) but also some hikes in ...
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  • Hiking
Last September I hiked the first 134 miles of the Long Trail, over 2 weeks, with @toesalad, @karentogo and @hammerhead . https://outsideways.com/journals/section-hike-vermont-long-trail/ This year I'm back for more. More of beautiful September hiking in Vermont (fingers crossed), more ...
Due to a fire closure, my attempt at the Trinity Alps High Route ended before it began. This journal documents the alternate I took to still visit the area, which turned out to be the adventure I was ...
Last year four of us did the first half of the Long Trail, starting at the southern terminus and working our way north to Middlebury Gap as the rough half-way point. This year I will be (hopefully) finishing ...
Manicouagan Reservoir (also Lake Manicouagan) is an annular lake in central Quebec, Canada, covering an area of 1,942 km2 (750 sq mi). The lake island in its centre is known as René-Levasseur Island, and its highest point is ...
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  • Kayaking, Camping