Saturday, July 25, 2009

St-Donat chemin Nordet, best hills in the laurentians


Now Qu├ębec has it's first Col


Trees and more trees, and not a condo or cell phone tower anywhere


climbing the "col"


And hello to you too


water where it belongs (i.e. not raining)


The best downhills are to be found on Chemin Nordet

We were riding on Chemin Nordet in the Laurentians today. This excellent road is known for a couple of good hills, and we enjoyed them to the fullest. An excellent day, nonstop riding because of the attack-bugs that populate the laurentian forests this time of year.

2 Comments:

At 7:34 PM, Blogger brendan said...

I arrived at this blog while looking for information on a bike trip around Lake Champlain. I see you have done a part of this route several years ago - I would like to ask specifically about the bridge over Champlain (West Swanton to East Alburg). Could you elaborate about the traffic and whether it in fact seemed dangerous (as I have seen it described).

We will go as far as St-Jean-sur-Richelieu. Two years ago we did Montreal to Quebec and back. Before that, the Eastern Townships. J'aime Quebec!

Brendan Brady

 
At 1:12 PM, Blogger Cycle Fun Montreal said...

try localmotion in burlington for vermont info.
http://www.localmotion.org/

 

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