You are here

An Update - April 28th

 We have yet to determine the exact route of this year's edition, but we promise it will be both challenging and exhilarating with amazing vistas. We hope to offer 3 different route options: a 25-30 km, avoiding the long steep climbs; a 40-45 km, and a gruesome 60-65 km. Following the Challenge, we will again be offering a choice of an all you can eat crab dinner, a steak, or vegan dish, plus salads, and scrumptious deserts, all served with true Acadian hospitality.
If you plan on using motel or hotel accommodations, make sure to book early as mid July is the height of the tourist season. For those wishing to camp, there is the CBH National Park campground, the Plage St-Pierre (beach) campground, plus free camping on the school grounds with washroom facilities inside the school. Weather permitting, you can join us at Le Gabion Beach for an evening bon fire (musicians especially welcomed). Anyone wishing to extend their stay can also join us the next day (Sunday the 17th) for a leisurely ride along the scenic Salmon Pool Trail and enjoy a picnic and a swim in one of the lovely pools.
Hope to see many familiar faces on July 16th.
Questions, suggestions? email, phone or text : aucoinmichel1@gmail.com , 902-224-0069

Powered by Drupal

Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer