8 days in Gaspésie, QC - 2022

This summer we were North bound once again. Headed to the Gaspesie peninsula to explore this extremely scarcely populated piece of land in the north east Atlantic.
3 Jeeps and a brand new Bronco made up the crew. The gems to be discovered are extraordinary, the water is teal and turquoise everywhere you go. So much to explore inland through the vast mountain ranges. Here are some photo highlights and also the link to the 8 part video series on YouTube, starting with episode 1.



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MOAK

Adventurer
Nice; Your trip and photos bring back some very pleasant memories. Twenty five years ago The Gaspe' peninsula was our first long range touring/camping/overlanding experience. It was also where I learned that I am no Ansel Adams. I burned through 16 rolls of 36. Two or three photos escaped a new light leak in the x700. 2 or 3 more were not bad photos that I burned through an old SRT 101. The rest endured a horrible fate. I rushed out and got my first digital camera as soon as we returned home. Thanks for your story. !!
 

RJ Howell

Active member
We ran the coastline of Gaspesie and loved every minute of it. Looking forward to seeing the vid's of the interior!
 

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