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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-30-2012, 10:04 PM
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Also, LCBO is SAQ in Quebec.
And something like 25% more expensive. Bring your own.

Shouldn't have problem being served in English, hell we have trouble getting served in French in Montreal...
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I might be interested - but only after I get a trekking pole. The place is built for skiers - lots of flat bits.
Yeah, if you don't know the place you can get stuck. Once you've explored around a bit you learn where to carry some speed. There's no flats at Tremblant that you can't glide completely. And you don't have to bomb the last pitch to make them, you just have to know where not to do multiple speed checks.

And Tremblant is very English-friendly, no worries there.

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Yeah, if you don't know the place you can get stuck. Once you've explored around a bit you learn where to carry some speed. There's no flats at Tremblant that you can't glide completely. And you don't have to bomb the last pitch to make them, you just have to know where not to do multiple speed checks.

And Tremblant is very English-friendly, no worries there.

Yea, this was my first time in Tremblant.

North side can be much better than South, but also much colder on the lift up. Geant and Duncan after a heavy snowfall is heavenly.

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Edge is a good place to go when there is natural snow.
sharpen your edges. eat beaver tail and poutine. if you drive out from the village (near the highway) there are cheaper place to eat and drink.
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