How privileged we are, as Quebecers, to live where nature abounds. In fact, our mountains, nature reserves, fjords, and rivers often receive international media coverage. It is indeed a gift to have access to thousands of kilometres of trails offering getaways of a few hours, days, or even weeks. Here are some destinations that will pique your passion for wide-open spaces.
Sailing is an extraordinary, multifaceted pastime. It can be very relaxing when the sea or lake is calm, the sun shining, the winds light and the silence all-enveloping. Piloting a keelboat, enjoying a moment of bliss as you admire the crimson sky at twilight. Sailing can also be a thrilling sport when the wind is in the mainsail and genoa, causing the boat to list with the swell, forcing you to focus both your muscles and mind on the electrifying task of controlling the vessel.
Roche Bobois
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Alpine touring or uphill skiing involves donning skis and boots with synthetic skins fitted underneath, to climb to the summit. Once there, fly down the slopes!
Review of Canadian athletes successes in international tennis in 2019: Bianca Andreescu, Denis Shapovalov, Félix Auger-Aliassime and Sylvain Bruneau.
Beau Lake watercraft feature sleek lines that recall a time before the assembly line, a time when things were made to last and blend into the environment.
Original title : Mario Deslauriers - Lifelong passion | The youngest rider in history to win the Horse Show Jumping World Cup final, Mario also competed for Canada in the 1984 & 1988 Olympics, and still competes today.
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Beauchamp Art Gallery
Original title: Entrepreneurs set sail from Quebec city to Halifax | Learn about the sailboat excursion of these brave entrepreneurs, as the rookie crew set sail on the perilous waters of the river from Quebec City to Halifax.
Carpette Multi Design
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