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    Badge Of Honor Trail Needed For Quebec

    Hello everyone,

    I work for Jeep at our WHQ facility in Auburn Hills, MI. I work specifically with the Badge of Honor program and we are looking to expand our program into Canada. We have located potential trails in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario. We would like to identify a Badge Of Honor worthy trail in Quebec. Can anyone help provide details for suggested trails?

    Thanks for your time

    Todd
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    Great to see you here Todd! Thanks for your support !
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    We'll have to our northern members chime in! Thanks for dipping in Todd.
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    Thank you Echo,
    This popped up on us real quick and there is a rush to get a trail picked out in Quebec. I'm going to need some help for sure. My research out in western Canada produced a lot of trails as expected. We really need to find some good trails in eastern Canada too. We did find one in Ontario. We now need to find one in Quebec which appears to be more of a challenge. Anything you can do to help get the northeastern Jeep community to chime in would be much appreciated.

    Thanks again for your help.

    Todd

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    Depends on what kind of trails you are looking for. There is a nice spot I've been wheeling a few times in the last 2 years Called Weir, near Mt. Tremblant. Mostly rocks and a little bit of mud, all kind of trails, from easy-mild to hardcore. You could contact the guys at www.frogfab.com. One of these guys did JKX a few years ago (Yan) and he was our guide there this year. It was awesome.

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