Province of Quebec Sports & Outdoors

  • View from our first shelter
    View from our first shelter
    by Jefie
  • Made it to the top!
    Made it to the top!
    by Jefie
  • On the hiking trail
    On the hiking trail
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Province of Quebec Sports & Outdoors

  • Hockey

    Montreal Sports & Outdoors

    If you can't get tickets to the Bell Centre to watch the Habs (Montreal Canadiens) play, or if they're playing an away game, go to any sports bar in town to watch the game. Sports bars have one or more big TVs showing the game live, so put on your Habs jersey and cheer them on with all the fans while drinking beer. It's going to be especially...

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  • Carnaval de Quebec

    Quebec Sports & Outdoors

    If you have followed any of my pages across the north you will have seen many different aboroginal groups featured so when I got to the Carnaval and saw the Cree exhibits I was delighted to go to that section of the carnaval and explore around. I would encourage you to spend some time at this part of the Carnaval as well. Here I added some more...

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  • Racing

    Montreal Sports & Outdoors

    The Formula 1 Air Canada Grand prix is the biggest sport event of the summer in the city and one of the biggest among all the formula 1 grand prix in the world. During 3 days Montreal is the capital of the F1, Montrealers and lot of visitors from all over the world go out and enjoy the many events that are organized esepcially arountd Cresent...

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  • Winter sports

    Quebec Sports & Outdoors

    Local all-vertical-surface-climbing training outfit Roc Gyms handles instruction and trips for all levels of climbers, beginner to advanced. For the absolute beginner, they run half- and full-day sessions at the Chute de Montmorency that are a great introduction to ice climbing. Our instructor was laid-back, but knew what he was doing and...

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  • Football

    Montreal Sports & Outdoors

    I had never had the chance to see a Canadian Football League game before so I couldn't pass it up. Though people were certainly into the game, it was more comfortable and affordable than the NFL. A bus takes you from the subway right to Percival-Molson Stadium, which was a very nice field. It did seem weird watching football and hearing all the...

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  • Jacques-Cartier National Park

    Quebec Sports & Outdoors

    Located only 30 minutes north of Quebec City, the Parc national de la Jacques-Cartier truly is the city's "largest playground"! In the summertime, the park becomes a haven for all canoeing, kayaking, fishing, cycling, camping and hiking lovers - during winter, you can bring your snowshoes or skis to explore the 55 km of trails winding through the...

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  • Baseball

    Montreal Sports & Outdoors

    When you are in Montreal you won't miss the Big O or Olympic Stadium. It's home to the troubled Montreal Expos. Depending on when you see this tip you may want to verify they still play in Montreal. There has been all sorts of trouble with this team however they will always be my favorite. I can remember the good days of Tim Raines, Andre Dawson,...

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  • Bicycling

    Quebec Sports & Outdoors

    Quebec is a small enough town it doesn't really have much for public transportation but what it does have is a very well developed set of bike trails. A couple of places in the port area of the lower town rent bikes. It's an excellent way to get Montmorency Falls.

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  • Cycling/Rolling

    Montreal Sports & Outdoors

    Rent a bike, go down to old Montreal and follow the bike paths along the Lachine Canal. There are bike paths that cross the entire island. If you have a lot of energy, bike up the mountain. OK, it's not exactly a mountain, just a big park in the middle of the city. That's where we got our name. Get it " Mont Royal". Oh yeah, you can rent...

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  • Remparts Junior Hockey Club

    Quebec Sports & Outdoors

    Football is not the only sport that's doing well in Quebec City - last season, the Quebec Remparts, the city's major junior hockey team, won the national championship. Coached by former NHL goalie Patrick Roy, the team plays at the Colisee, where the Quebec Nordiques used to play, and always puts on a good show for their fans. Tickets are only $12...

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  • Rouge & Or Football

    Quebec Sports & Outdoors

    Universite Laval's college football team has been ranked No. 1 in the country for a few years in a row and has won two national championships in the past three years. Going to a Rouge et Or game can be quite an experience because Quebec City fans love their home team - the humongous tailgate party starts around 7:00 am with free beer and food for...

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  • The Canadian Ski Marathon

    The World's longest ski tour takes place every February in southern Quebec between Gatineau and Lachute. This is the Canadian Ski Marathon and is a two-day event which attracts over 2000 participants, mostly from Canada but also from the US and as far afield as Europe and even New Zealand.The 160 kilometres of trail wind their way through the...

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  • Kayak the Saguenay Fjord

    Kayaking is an excellent way to see the beautiful Saguenay Fjord. We put in at L'Anse des Roches, abot 15 km west of Tadoussac, and at Tadoussac itself. While we weren't lucky enough to see any whales, most people who have kayaked there a lot have had close encounters with marine mammals. If you do kayak here, dress appropriately. The water is...

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  • Sleigh Race

    heheehThis is some silly fun: sleigh race down this track -- it's cheap and a good way to win or lose a cup of hot chocolate as a bet. ;)You rent the sleigh (fits 2 people) at the bottom of the track, then you must drag it all the way to the top, over the hill. Once you are up there, up to 3 people can go down the track -- there is a release...

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