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Chaudière-Appalaches is a region bordered by the St. Lawrence River and is situated near the American border. With its 200 km of riverside roads, this region counts some of the oldest and richest history and legacy in the country. It also includes many lovely villages, many of which are considered to be the most beautiful in the province of Québec. The Chaudière-Appalaches region is named after the Chaudière River that meanders throughout the Beauce region before flowing into the St. Lawrence in Lévis. To the South of the region, bordering the state of Maine, are the rolling mountain tops of the Appalachians in the Thetford, Etchemins, Bellechasse, Lotbinière and Côte-du-Sud regions.
From Montreal: take highway 20 East.
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P1 - 5.5 ~50mStart left of the glue-ins and head up a dihedral until you reach a small roof, traverse right onto the arete protected by 2 bolts, keep going to a small ledge (possible belay on a cedar on the left).Head right to an opening and follow the depression upwards angling left.Look for a roof jutting out of the cliff with a tree covered ledge.Head up the corner or keep going up and traverse left to the ledge.2 glue-ins belay/rap.P2 - ~45mTraverse right under the roof to an opening and hea...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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