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By Kris King It only took seven long years from the time I first heard of the Quebec City Winter Carnival in 2005 and my actual arrival to experience it for myself. Maybe it’s my Scandinavian gene pool that I … Continue reading
By Kris King
Located 120 miles/200 kms north of Quebec City in Saint-Fulgence, Quebec, the Saguenay region is an outdoor adventureland that features breathtaking scenery of the only Fjord in North America, dense pine forests, sculpted rock cliffs, mountains and lake Lac Saint-Jean. The region, also known for an abundance of blueberries, has been described as an isolated ?€?oasis?€? in the middle of the remote wilderness of northern Quebec. Roads do not go much further north than the town of Lac Saint-Jean. Continue reading