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Ewalk Land

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 2

The Trail straight ahead is more of a cross country trail that eventually joins up to the one on the left. Nice technical spots, medium speed. The trail on the left is a DH and is pretty damn Fast! technical parts, with some nice log piramids and a small bridge over some mud. When you come out of the trail follow that road and you'll be back at Mont-Habitant
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Latitude
45.86000986792272
Longitude
-74.17775630950928
Trail Directions
Go past Mont-Habitant(if you have a car park it there will come out right there). Continue along that road about 1-2k until you reach a big road to the left with a huge lawn and a small lake. Turn up it and continue. Before a big Hill theres a small map and a creek where you can get water. Then go up that hill until you come to a road on the left. Follow that road until the end(500ft) then turn left. Follow that road to the end and there will be to trails. One dead ahead and one to the left.
Trail Length
Short But Sweet
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
St-Sauveur
   


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Review Date
August 13, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Brian Jorgensen , from Ste-Anne-Des-Lacs

Summary:
This trail is a veyr good trail for all riders... It's the potential to go real fast or slow... it's all downhillexept for 1 climb... theres some pretty technical parts that come up fast when going so be carefull when you're going fast cause you could fall easily in a couple of corners! In a sentence... THIS TRAIL ROCKS!!

Recommended Route:
Hey, I made a mistake on how to get to the trail. You have to turn Right at the end of the 500ft road and not left! Sorry I was kinda tired when i wrote that.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
La Marquise, Western, Portageur, Allan, Horizon, Loken, Ste-Adele(near mont-gabriel)



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Review Date
August 13, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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5.00 of 5, 1.00 votes

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Reviewed by: Stephen Black , from St-Sauveur,Quebec

Summary:
The trail is now a pure downhill trail.We cut out all the trees that slowed you down before.It's a wide singletrack.On the trail always take the right side at forks for more amusement,but you can take the other ones.they are as good though.

Recommended Route:
First of all.From St-sauveur Head out along the Principal towards mt-habitant.There are m,any sign posts so It's not to hard.Then you follow the road until St-elmire road.It's on the left.It's a big road.You go up past a spring and you turn left on the first road at the top of a steep hill.ONce on that road go to the Right up the hill.At the dead end you can choose between Two trails Take the one on the left it's less obvious but weel worth it

Other recommended trails in the same area:
La marquise,elder lake pastures,mt-gabriel,wizard.And many others are close by



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