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Old 01-08-2018, 09:27 AM
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Question Seine river ?

Has anyone been down the seine river on a quad yet this winter? Thinking I might go for a boot Tuesday if my truck is done in the shop.. which route is best to take.. I was thinking starting in Grande point ?

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I was on the river this weekend, from 206 just about to 59. A bit of water in some places and some trees to look out for, besides that very nice riding.
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I was on the river this weekend, from 206 just about to 59. A bit of water in some places and some trees to look out for, besides that very nice riding.
Is the water passable or do u need to ride around it ??

I have never been down the seine river.
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You spent too much time talking about it and not doing it. Now the cold weatyher is back. LOL.
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You spent too much time talking about it and not doing it. Now the cold weatyher is back. LOL.
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Its just surface water , nothing to worry about , there is a couple of dams that open up sometimes , as long as you follow the tracks around your good. The nice thing about river riding , always seems a little warmer down on the river. If you want to go for a night ride one evening give me a shout i can meet you at the coop in lorette.
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Its just surface water , nothing to worry about , there is a couple of dams that open up sometimes , as long as you follow the tracks around your good. The nice thing about river riding , always seems a little warmer down on the river. If you want to go for a night ride one evening give me a shout i can meet you at the coop in lorette.
I have been down the rat and LaSalle rivers the seine is on the to do list.. just need a guide thanks for the offer
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..is it possible to make it to La Broquerie from the floodway on the Seine?

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..is it possible to make it to La Broquerie from the floodway on the Seine?
Depending on the winter it's usually impossible to make it to Ste Anne from Lorette. With the north winds we've had here recently I doubt you'd make it without having to do up to a couple of KM's in a farmers field that neighbours the river. The river gets really narrow and the snow drifts in there really bad. It happens around the Dufresne area, closer to Ste Anne.

Having said that, the river after Ste Anne heading to La Broquerie gets narrow as well. I've never done it but I would think you'd run into the same problems.
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So tracks and a chainsaw are needed?
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