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Pascal Tremblay

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Date registered: January 3, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Eastern gems — September 16, 2013
  2. losing focus, ended season — November 12, 2012
  3. Fall creeking — September 25, 2012
  4. Quebec Paddlefest — July 23, 2011

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Eastern gems

it’s been a busy summer, working and teaching. Finally got some days off and time to write about our early trip to Gaspesie. Its a little known region for whitewater, especially because there are almost no active paddlers. Fortunately, I had the chance to meet Simon Roy, the best local to show you the goods, …

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losing focus, ended season

You probably came to a moment when you portaged one rapid, telling yourself that you would eventually run it later. That moment came first on the Mastigouche lac Sainte-Rose, 2 years ago. I saw the huge horizon line, didnt feel the last hole/mush and said to myself “lets come back later”. With more experience and …

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Fall creeking

After BeaverFest + a week hiking the Monts Groulx 12 hours north of Quebec City (and discovering dozens of possible stouts) I had to get back in my boat. Mastigouche Nord river was on the low side of runnable but I decided to give a go instead of running the classics around Quebec. We rallied …

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Quebec Paddlefest

PaddleFest is organized by Mountain Equipment Coop every summer in order to give visibility to watersports in general. For Quebec City’s MEC, we have a terrific site near downtown with huge beach and stuff, next to St-Lawrence river. What was different this year?…the store agreed that it wasn’t the best spot to devellop the whitewater …

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