Mont Chocolat

Mont Chocolat near Armagh, PQ


This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars This trail was given a rating of 3 out of 5 stars
6 kms
3hours
difficult
Hiking, Snowshoeing
Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring
Armagh, PQ
User HugoQuebeccity
Le Massif du sud englobe la partie la plus élevée la chaine appalachienne de la rive sud du Saint-Laurent. Partout le randonneur est confronté à un paysage accidenté. On passe dans une vieille foret de bouleaux jaunes de plus de 200 ans. on peut se reposer dans un refuge ponctuant le parcours. La vue au sommet nous permet de voir le fleuve au nord.

The Massif du sud is the highest part of the appalachian chain. On the most part of the trail hikers meet uneven landscape. At first we pass through an old birches forest and we can rest in a nice shelter along the path. View at the summit allow hikers to see St-Laurence River when its clear sky.

Directions:

De la sortie 337 de l'autoroute 20 suivre la route 279 sud jusqu'à la route 216. Tourner à gauche et suivre les indications Massif du Sud. Le stationnement est juste avant la station de ski.

From exit 337 of 20 highway keep going on the 279 south until route 216. Turn left and follow indications Massif du Sud. Parking is just before ski station.

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By strengthvsweaknessPosted By: strengthvsweakness  - Fri Jul 08 18:47:10 UTC 2011 Not Rated Comment Hi!
Do you happen to have a website that I can visit to see more details on this mountain?
Thanks in advance!


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