Tour De Montagne 2018
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Randonneurs et coureurs sur pistes : venez explorer à pied les sentiers de Vélo MSM de Lac-Sainte-Marie Le parcours des pistes se veut inclusif et non compétitif. Joignez-vous à un groupe de passionnés des sentiers en forêt et allez-y à votre rythme ; parcourez autant de sentiers que vous le souhaitez en vous arrêtant le long du chemin pour admirer les magnifiques paysages. Tous les sentiers sont balisés, à sens unique et bien entretenus. Le trek commence avec les pistes en bas des montagnes, autour du lac Fournier, de niveau de difficulté vert (facile). Le niveau de difficulté des pistes va ensuite vers le bleu (intermédiaire) et le noir (difficile), se terminant par une descente très technique du côté Vanier de la montagne. Choisissez votre aventure ! Plus vous allez loin, plus les vues sont impressionnantes ! Connectez-vous et suivez votre itinéraire sur Trailforks ou Strava pour pouvoir constater vos progrès en participant d’année en année. Les utilisateurs et utilisatrices assument tous les risques et responsabilités quant à la sécurité. Il faut apporter suffisamment d’eau et de nourriture pour l’excursion, et respecter l’environnement des sentiers en ne laissant aucun déchet. Au plaisir de vous y voir ! Le samedi, 25 août 2018 à 9h00 - rendez-vous devant le chalet principal de Ski Mont Sainte-Marie.

An event for hikers and trail runners! Come explore the VeloMSM trails of Lac Sainte Marie on foot. The trail experience is meant to be inclusive and non-competitive. Join a group of fellow trail enthusiasts and choose a pace; cover as much of the outlined trail map as you wish, stopping along the way to enjoy the beautiful vistas. All trails are single track, and well maintained. The trek begins with the lower lying trails around Lac Fournier that are designated green level difficulty and progress to blue and black, ending with a very technical descent off the Vanier side of the mountain. Choose your adventure. The farther you go, the more impressive the views! Log and track your route on Trailforks or Strava so you can participate again in years to come and monitor your progress. Users assume all risk and liability for safety. They are asked to bring sufficient water and food for their journey and to please respect the trail by leaving no litter. Hope to see you there! August 25 2018 at 9am - meet in front of the main chalet at Ski Mont Sainte Marie.

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