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    Montcalm qc
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    Snowmobiling, sailing, motorcycles, mechanics and metal working.
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    Yamaha venture gt

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  1. You could start them in Labelle instead, 45 minutes more on the black trail 117 and lots of parking for rigs.
  2. Thanks for the info ride safe👍
  3. Ahh, Devil’s mountain been a few years since we were there last. Nice pics! Did you reserve ahead for La Pointe a David or just show up?
  4. March 1971 we had what some called the storm of the century perhaps you remember. I lived in the West Island of Montreal.Paralyzed the city for 3 days most all the roads were closed. We were driving snowmobiles down the transcanada, the highway 20 and pretty much everywhere. Rescued a few stranded motorists, By the time the snow stopped many cars abandoned on the roads were only discoverable by their antennas.
  5. Been seeing a lot of this on the news as I am sure many of us have been. One person still missing who went out from his house during the storm and never came back. Also they are reporting a house roof collapsed and filled the place with snow, no injuries. Another angle they have been showing on CTV news is the cheerfulness and spirit Newfoundlander’s are displaying about the situation, helping each other out, joking etc, etc. It was summed up by the news caster best when she said” only in Newfoundland could something like this happen and they would make the rest of Canada feel like they were missing out!
  6. Widened trail brought to by Honda! funny video. Great trail report guys.
  7. You can head there by the 43 and so your not back tracking completely the next day take this route back, slightly longer but not by much. We often go to Duhamel one way and come back the other way. Also if you have never been to Tremblant, the trail goes right past the Ax hotel, there is a restaurant there but 5 minutes further down the trail ( it passes in front of several grocery stores along the 117 and ends in it’s southerly direction at two gas stations) you have other restaurant choices by sled, cage au sport, mikes, st Hubert. Or you can walk down to the Main Street from the hotel, quite a bit of choice too. I don’t know the schedule ( you probably could pick one up and the routes) but there is a free bus system going around town and up to mt Tremblant village where the ski hill and casino are. Real neat up there.
  8. So your riding there from the west? Where abouts? I live in the area so know most trails very well.
  9. I often wonder if more people are doing stupid things these days or if there is just more of it caught on video.
  10. Don’t try this at home, these are highly trained clowns.
  11. It is indeed the old comfort suites. Depends what you want to do, yes it is dead ended headed south, doubt that will change before next year. However 15 minutes out on a groomed trail things open up, and you have several options and directions to make large day loops or saddle bag further afield from there. Also just for general information, the super C grocery store just 2 minutes south of there on the 117 allows trailer parking, always 1/2 dozen there when I pass, I am not sure if they are day trippers or any of them park and saddle bag from there. Certainly 20 minutes further north on the 117 there are large parking lots in Labelle and many folks park their rigs and saddle bag from there.
  12. Saw videos on the news, people opening their doors and a solid wall of snow greeting them. They had really high winds with this storm too.