Laurentian Snowshoe Traverse

A beautiful day for a map and compass traverse of the Laurentian Mountains north of Montreal, from Prévost to Sainte-Adele.  We parked our car at the P’tit Train du Nord station in Prévost, and arrived at the station in Sainte-Adele 5 hours and 4 minutes, and 13.37 km later.  Our route decisions were made possible by map maker Francis Falardeau’s detailed orienteering map, which indicated many littled-used backcountry snowshoe trails.  Many thanks to the kind couple from Sainte-Adele who gave us a ride back to our car at the end of the day!

Average snowfall for the season so far
Jessica and Thomas admire an unnamed lake
Checking the map
Jessica considers real estate in the area; odd place for an advertisement!
We tried to avoid the power lines as much as possible, but they are occasionally inevitable
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