Le Finca

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  1. Where would you guys reccommend someone start a Bagger from, Auberge Majopial or in Maniwaki. Is it better to avoid Maniwaki if possible?
  2. Lac Dumoulin was the real deal, I would direct others to try out "Island life" in La Tuque!! They had multiple warm clean year round cabins available. And Owners were very nice and spoke pretty good English. Bar was Stocked, Evening menu is general Pub food but hit the spot, Breakfast was huge (2 eggs, bacon and sausage, potatoes and toast). They have a Tracked Kubota UTV pulling a Groomer for their 6 KM access trail off 73. There was a group of 6 locals visiting the night we stayed, they were grabbing beers and food after work, and said they choose that location over other available options also. Hopefully it remains open for the next time thru town. I had posted a few pics on facebook.
  3. Has anyone visited outfitter north of La Tuque and northwest of Odanak?? Pourvoirie Lac Dumoulin, http://www.lacdumoulin.com/ They are new to 19/20 trail map but it sounds like they have been around for a while. Any info including signage off 73 would be appreciated. Via Facebook they are saying open and Overnight package cost is $140.00cdn and they have gas and beers. Odanak is ok but.....
  4. The last part of the trail (road) into auberge is always thin, food was good, room is clean and it has a killer sauna, with amazing view of fjord/river.
  5. Canada Aventure in northwest side of Taureau or Pignon Rogue Mokocan looks nice and open this year in same general area... Personaly, I am always a fan of Auberge du Vieux Moulin south of Saint Zenon. Kevin has 5 star Lodging/food/ammenities/gas.
  6. Wapishish is Accessible from bras Louis and is quite the donkey path into the relais. They have 91 octane, good beer/food and even offer lodging. They mentioned that they hope to be on Quebec map in the next year or two. Sounds like they have been busier this year then in previous years. We stopped their on our way back to valin after riding Cote Nord. We had started that day after a great stay at Chenail Du Nord, and were lucky to have Benoit confirm our handmade Gps track west to Wapishish. It’s worth the adventure and our group would go back again.