To Laurentides Provencial Reserve

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Northeast, Southeast & Florida' started by enduro0125, Jul 15, 2007.

  1. enduro0125

    enduro0125 Sticks and Stones™..

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    Hello,
    I'm looking for a good route from W.N.Y to Quebec.
    I would like to go from Orchard Park,N.Y through the Adirondacks.
    Ferry across Champlain to Burlington.
    Head up towards Smugglers Notch then head east towards New Hampsha'
    Cross into Canada at Route 3,possibly stay at Frontenac Prov. Park.
    Continue North to the Laurentides,then start heading East past Portnuef,Mastigouche,Mt Tremblant,Papineau-Labelle,etc...
    Heading to the Algonquin park in Ontario,from there to Parry Sound for the World Enduro round.
    I'm pretty well set until the Canadian border as I've never crossed at this port of entry.Open for suggestions through Quebec,would like to go East to West.Moderate dirt roads are not a problem(GS 1200 with TKC's)
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  2. Gros Buck

    Gros Buck Beef = Packed Vegetables

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    Hello,

    What would you like to do in the Laurentide provincial reserve ? Gravel roads ? Cause I know this place pretty well.

    There are three main paved roads, as well as thousands of miles of gravel roads. I would not recommend to go on those gravel road alone though ...

    I can find you a MAP. And I can send you GPS tracks as well.

    grosbuck@msn.com

    Regards
    Paul Jr
    R1200GSA oO
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  3. enduro0125

    enduro0125 Sticks and Stones™..

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    Gros Buck,
    Hi,I already went through that area in late July.
    Hope to return there next year.
    Thanks for the offer and I'll hook up with you next time:clap
    Another guy from that area also tried to help but the timing wasn't there.
    Looking forward to my return.
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