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Need a quick suggestion, Eastern Townships

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Hey

If the snow holds till next weekend No-Hair and I may try to get over the border and ride a bit.

We are thinking northeast of Stanstead and east of Sherbrooke.

Can anyone make a suggestion of a place to stay near Coaticook?? Right on the trail?

Thanks

GutZ

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Hey

If the snow holds till next weekend No-Hair and I may try to get over the border and ride a bit.

We are thinking northeast of Stanstead and east of Sherbrooke.

Can anyone make a suggestion of a place to stay near Coaticook?? Right on the trail?

Thanks

GutZ

http://hotelsawyerville.blogspot.com

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On the trail & near Coaticook..Also SHELL OIL fuel station is located a block away and also on trail....More than reasonable in cost. Good luck.

Edited by nyskidooerinnewhampshire

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We stayed at LeQuet in February. It worked out well for our group and they had room for our sleds in the garage.

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We are just across the border from Stansted in Vt. As of today the trails are mid winter here, expecting warm Wed/Thurs, then back to colder. We rode all thru Weedon, Lac Megantic, Sawyerville a week ago. It was all still excellent but showing a patch of grass here and there. We got snow since then and it has been cold, this am -4 F . 10* F right now. I have never stayed in Sawyerville Hotel, but it did not have much of a restaurant several years ago, last in there. It is not far off the trail, but it is down the street about 3-4 blocks from trail, there is a sign on the trail. We have stayed Motel LeQuiet 3 times this season and last. If you come into Lac Megantic from the North it is all powerline and great. If you come in from the south it is interwoven with atv's and woods, not so great. The parking lot was bare at Hotel LeQuiet, but the trail was perfect right up to it, and they have a really good in house restaurant w/bar. If the warm isn't much, things should still be very good. :drinks:

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