I go up to La Verendrye in Quebec about once a year but it's a long drive and wondering if anyone has done any other canoe camping in and around Quebec that could be recommended. I thought around Parc Tremblant might be ok but I suspect it's much busier.
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Posted by: kayamedic on Jul-19-13 9:57 AM (EST)
are two hours from you.
Posted by: Dr1Gonzo on Jul-19-13 11:46 AM (EST)
plus going through customs.
You have written off the ADKS|
Posted by: kayamedic on Jul-19-13 11:51 AM (EST)
it seems. Not much of a delay at the border. Why is five minutes such a big deal? Lots of places in the Adirondacks are far less crowded than Algonquin.
Posted by: Dr1Gonzo on Jul-19-13 11:57 AM (EST)
no not written off at all, just looking at options.
There are plenty of|
Posted by: yknpdlr on Jul-26-13 7:15 PM (EST)
places in the Adirondacks that match your definition of "wilderness". Like anywhere else, you just have to be willing and capable of traveling a bit off trail and doing a portage or two into the backcountry. Wilderness and complete solo remoteness abounds in many Adirondack regions if you can handle it.
Posted by: riverstrider on Jul-29-13 1:17 PM (EST)
I've been to the Adirondacks plenty of times while seein few to no other paddlers. And I haven't even made it to St. Regis yet!
Posted by: WaterBird on Sep-26-13 8:56 PM (EST)
When I lived in Montreal I went to the Adirondacks often for paddling and hiking.
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Posted by: g2d on Sep-27-13 5:29 PM (EST)
was any real wilderness under discussion today, and all I get is car camping.