viper2

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About viper2

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    potter county snowmobile club

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    palmerton,pa
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    Family,Snowmobiling,Hunting,Fishing,Classic and muscle cars
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    Apex XTX

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  1. The West side is definitely better in my opinion, the East side down to Quevillon is twisty and keeps jumping the road hard to keep it groomed nice
  2. The app is fairly close and like said above way better than signs but it almost always under estimates the mileage some
  3. Why does it cut the riding time 2 days?
  4. That monkey took a beating!
  5. I have been riding Quebec since '89 and I have seen the markers really fall off. It used to be you almost didn't even need a map just a place you wanted to go and maybe a trail number to follow. When we were riding last week there were times we went 20 miles or more with no markings at all not even a trail number. When you get to a trail intersection now usually the most you will see is a trail number in either direction where there used to be signs pointing to towns with distances and all kinds of signs for Hotels,Restaurants,Gas stations, Dealers etc. If you have experience in Quebec and use the tools available it's not bad but I feel for anyone that has never ridden Quebec. The reasons are easy to see with the fact that it's hard to get volunteers and the ATV clubs are getting bigger and stronger and using their trails in Winter and not really buying snowmobiles but it definitely has changed
  6. The trail up through Chateauvert used to travel that way all the time, was always nice. Does anyone remember the trail when Chateauvert was open and when you came up 345 just past Dam Gilardo the trail went right then went up and crossed the Riviere Rats road and bypassed Repos
  7. For sure don't forget airdrop the pictures pick some good ones put the path back together in your head then try to get it all done on an iphone before you pass out LOL
  8. Thanks Alain, my friend Jen takes the pictures she has a good eye. Not sure on the camera but it's just a small pocket one I think Olympus
  9. Well the trail markings used to be much better for one thing
  10. viper2

    M&M tour

    We passed you guys on Friday crossing the Barrage leaving the Reservation. We were the 5 Yamaha’s heading South on 386
  11. It’s marked and staked so if you are on 23 going East when you come out onto the river 23 crosses and the river trail I think is M19 goes right up the middle
  12. Day 7- all good things must come to an end, Left The Classic this morning 8 am time to get out of Dodge, it’s the weekend saw on this site this morning the 13 opened back up, good not looking forward to running the baskatong after the freezing rain. The 13 open but not ready yet give it a week but passable. Truck into Mont Laurier not too bad yet maybe everyone partied too much last night gas at the PetroCanada maybe McDonalds? Nah let’s hit the Petit Train du Nord. Take an early lunch at the resto bar Lac Saguay good choice out of there before 12:30 keep trucking. Gas at the Petro T in Riviere Rouge right on the 63 then over to Macaza man the nuts are out now! They think they are on a one way trail! The communicators help this, Me then the two girls then the big guy, hey big guy last guy in line thinks he owns the trail ok no problem will set him straight lol. Get close to St. Michel getting crazy let’s take it slow and get back to the truck. Overall trails not bad little beat between SMDS and Le Cabanon and some icy corners but hey it’s Saturday. Make it back to the truck safe with 1475 miles on no breakdowns no tragedies great trip.
  13. Day 6- Leave Val-D’Or to Louvencourt for breakfast don’t have that kind of time to do the Forestel. Have reservations at Le Classic couldn’t get anything for Saturday anywhere near Rebaska or the outfitters in that area everyone booked solid Saturday gonna be crazy keep right gang! Head down 386 trail to the Reservation trail still exciting with the hills and the way the trail leans to the ditch. Gas at the Reserve and head South trail in pretty good shape the lower half we are running along the road because it’s plowed. In to the Verendrye lodge grab a late lunch and make tracks for Domaine. Trail needs grooming not rough but narrowing up and there is a water hole 25 miles before Domaine on 63. Gas at Domaine and on to Lytton to the Classic. Groomed from the Domaine to LeClassic thankfully C527E3F1-7BDD-4B99-8322-C7B251FC76EC.MOV 506310F5-FAF8-47C9-BD4F-EDA57E4A9FA3.MOV