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FA: Jean-Pierre Banville et Simon Savard, 2003
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> D. La Guignolée
Access Issue: Water hazard - This cliffs is insured by the FQME and the parking isn't free.
These routes are in a gorge, 500 meters downstream from a dam. Water levels can rise quickly if the dam floodgates are open so be aware. This area should be avoided if heavy rain is a possibility or following heavy rain or snow melt. Currents can be very swift at all times so swimming is not recommended. There is a mini cave on the footpath leading to the routes, this can be a fun side trip (avoid backpacks in there, tight fit!)5 minute walk from car parking and camping.
FQME membership: -FQME 'Accès Montagne' membership ($55/year) -For members of the Alpine Club of Canada an FQME 'Accès Montagne' upgrade ($30/year) -Or purchasing a $15 day pass available at the chalet or online for $10. Day passfqme.qc.ca/adherer/faire-vo… This money is used to pay the liability insurance for landowners regardless if they are private citizens, municipal or provincial. The maintenance of cliffs and their access, replacing of fixed protection. Parking is $6/day or $25/year available at the chalet in the summer (carpool to make it cheaper!).
The crux is very delicate but not as sustained as the first part of the route. The route share the start with Libéré des libéraux.
Le crux est très délicat mais pas aussi soutenu que la première partie du parcours. Le parcours partage le départ avec Libéré des libéraux.
This is located at the left end of La Guignolée area (last route).
Elle se trouve à l'extrémité gauche du secteur de La Guignolée (dernière voie).