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Roberval to Saint-Raymond 355/73 or 23?

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Riding from Roberval to Saint-Raymond next Saturday. What is the better route for fast, wide, picturesque trails; 355 to 73 or 23? Any good lookouts or trail side attractions we should check out? 

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12 minutes ago, dooright said:

I'd prefer 355 to LT-2 (Local trail starts by Trapper Relais )  Join with 73 east to saint Raymond ... or even take SR-1 that connects with the 23 near saint Raymonds club house 

If doing 355, where do you find gas? 

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"First class dilemma!" Both are super-duper, when they're groomed. I'd use iMoto to make the decision.

23 is a bit faster & wider overall, but like Dooright said 355 using 73 & LT1 & SR1 are GREAT riding! 

If you go down 23, on a clear day, check the lookout tower 1 click north of Mt Apica relay. 

The relay has cash-only gas and a good lunch resto. And enables bypassing the few extra (typically lumped out) miles to get in & out of L'Etape.

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1 hour ago, momojohnny said:

And(  (L' Etape) QPP with a radar gun on weekends 😳 Limit is 50k 😇

 

Thanks for the heads up ; )

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1 hour ago, scorpionbowl said:

Never seen imotoneige with so little green and yellow trails, almost non existent. Mattawin to St Felicien was excellent today, except for a small stretch at the start of the pipeline.

You should see more green as the cold air comes back,  West to East. Our club in Tremblant area is sending the groomers out tonight since the rain and mild weather moved off early this morning.

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