64 m. Ivry, summer resort and winter-sports village with fine open slopes and touring trails. 74 m. St. Faustin, summer resort with access to good fishing in the lakes r. of the road.
80 m. St. Jovite (pop. 1,600), a good fishing and winter sports resort, with ski-schools, good accommodation, open slopes, good slalom hills and trails. St. Jovite is the gateway to Montagne Tremblante Provincial Park which is entered 8 m. N. of the town by road. The park, which covers 1,200 sq.m., is a rugged wilderness of lake and forest with good fishing.
Here is the finest downhill ski running in the Laurentians; equipment includes a chair-lifts, T-bar tows; ski-school. The park takes its name from â€œla montagne tremblanteâ€, or â€œthe trembling mountainâ€, which rises to 3,750 ft.
99 m. Labelle. This is, at present, the northernmost of the resorts on the C.P.R. line and Hwy. 11 equipped as ski-centres; good fishingilim. UAnnonciation: fishing, airport.
114 m. Rd. 1. to Nominingue, good fishing centre with sea-plane anchorage, 10 m.
140 m. Rd. 1. to Val Barrette, 6 m., fishing resort.
147 m. Mont Laurier (pop. 5,000). This town on the Lievre river is the terminus of the C.P.R. branch line into the Laurentians. Once principally occupied with lumbering, it has become a holiday resort, especially for fishing; roads radiate from it, giving access to many districts of the Laurentians:
Hwy% 77 runs down the Gatineau valley to Hull and Ottawa; Hwy. 35 follows the Lievre, S. to Buckingham, and N. to Ste.-Anne-du-Lac. Hwy. 58, which this route follows, and which leads to the gold- and copper-mining country of N.W. Quebec, begins at Mont Laurier.
172 m. The route (Hwy. 58) crosses the Gatineau river, flowing from the Mercier dam and the Baskatong reservoir 10 m. to the N. 188 m. Route enters La Verendrye Provincial Park.