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Presented By: Corporation Événement de Trail Running Québec

QMT presented by Salomon

INTERNATIONAL CANADIAN ULTRA TRAIL 

Composed of wild and spectacular routes connecting the banks of the majestic St. Lawrence River to the two most famous mountains of Quebec City area, the Massif de Charlevoix and Mont-Sainte-Anne, QMT reveals the vastness of the boreal forest, the omnipresence of waterways and the incredible work of the loggers who forged our trails. The legendary Sentier des Caps, the untamed Mestachibo trail, the Jean-Larose waterfall and the Mont-Sainte-Anne ridge will astonish you.

Minutes away from the race site, participants, friends and families can enjoy Quebec City, the Château Frontenac, the Plains of Abraham, Place Royale and all these other beautiful places whose fame spreads around the world.

 

QMT présenté par Salomon

ULTRA TRAIL DU CANADA INTERNATIONAL

Composé de parcours sauvages et spectaculaires reliant les berges du majestueux fleuve Saint-Laurent aux deux montagnes les plus célèbres de la Capitale Nationale, le Massif de Charlevoix et le Mont-Sainte-Anne, le QMT révèle l’immensité de la forêt boréale, l’omniprésence des cours d’eau et l’incroyable travail des bûcherons qui ont forgé nos sentiers.  Le mythique Sentier des Caps, l’indomptable sentier Mestachibo, la chute Jean-Larose et la Crête du Mont-Sainte-Anne vous émerveilleront.  

À quelques minutes du site de course, les participants et les accompagnateurs profitent de la ville de Québec, du château Frontenac, des plaines d’Abraham, de la place Royale et tous ces autres magnifiques lieux dont la renommée s’étend partout dans le monde.

 

 

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