Au Diable Vert is well known amongst dog owners. Dogs are absolutely welcome there and can even be off leash (if they have a good recall). Enzo and I have been there twice already and it's just fantastic. There are so many different types of lodging, you can even sleep in a tree house. Plus, … Lire la suite EN – Au Diable Vert
Mont Gosford is located in St-Augustin de Woburn, near the US borders. It's the 7th highest summit in Quebec with a 1193 metres altitude.
What a great discovery it was when we finally went to Les Sentiers de la presqu'île! I had heard about this place countless times but never actually went. Dogs are allowed to run off leash so I was expecting a really busy trail, but no! We walked for 2 hours and only met 2 other … Lire la suite EN – Les Sentiers de la presqu’île
We see them every time we go hiking. People who decide to let their dog run freely in the forest because they like it (of course they do!). The dog in question is always super friendly, with humans and dogs alike. So why would we want to keep this dog on leash? Here's why: 1. … Lire la suite EN – 3 good reasons to keep your dog on leash
Last week I felt like letting Enzo run off leash. So I decided to try the trails at Guides Canins. Guides Canins is actually a training centre located in St-Lazare, not too far from Montreal. There are four different trails, each associated with a colour. In total, it's about 5 km of trails where your … Lire la suite EN – Guides Canins
To counter the bad weather, I decided to post this article about a camping trip we made last year at the Parc régional du Poisson blanc. I discovered this place on Facebook and I knew right away that we needed to go. I mean, you can basically rent an island for a weekend and be … Lire la suite EN – Parc régional du Poisson Blanc
Last Wednesday was cold. Really cold. It was my only day off for the week because one of my classes got cancelled. I decided to take advantage of it and to hike Mont Kaaïkop in the Laurentians. Honestly, it was soooo worth it. First, although the weather was cold, it was so warm going up … Lire la suite EN – Mont Kaaïkop