The Guidebook

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Monday, November 3, 2008


The vast province of Quebec is quickly gaining recognition as one the marquee kayak spots in Canada. This place is a massive landmass that has many hills, a long winter and deep snow come spring - this equates to kayaking of all kinds - there are steep creeks, mellow play runs, rivers that rival in volume any of the classic big water runs, excellent surfing and limitless potential for discovery. As an added bonus, you can get fat on poutine when the kayaking's over!

Keeping it short and sweet, here are some photos of some rivers in Quebec, along with the first river from there, the Malbaie.

Rainbows on the Malbaie.

Waiting - summertime in Quebec.

Summertime in Quebec again, only on a much bigger river...

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