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En octobre, l'automne est à son meilleur. Les arbres changent de couleur, les bios Tinder qui veulent faire du hiking se multiplient, les cotons ouatés super confos sont sortis des fonds de placard, les beaux outfits à la mode saisonnière défilent l'un après l'autre sans oublier la dégustation des Pumpkin Spice Latte qui te réchauffent le cœur.

Cependant, prépare-toi en conséquence, car bien que tu profites des dernières journées chaudes de 2022, la neige va se pointer le bout du nez au Québec d'ici la fin de la semaine et, même si tu vis au sud de la province, tu ne seras pas épargné.e. Selon MétéoMédia, les premiers flocons devraient arriver au cours de la nuit du 6 au 7 octobre et s'étendre jusqu'à ce dimanche 9 octobre.

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The first warm breeze of spring means that it's time to start planning adventures with friends and family — and Quebec has plenty to offer.

From hiking the cliffs alongside the Saint-Laurent River to exploring the historic architecture of Quebec City, you can be surrounded by breathtaking scenery no matter where you go in the province.

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There's nothing quite like getting away and spending some time in nature. Whether you love camping or fishing, preparation can make or break your trip.

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We all know that one person who's constantly on the go and loves spending time outdoors. With the holidays coming up, you might be wondering what the heck to get them.

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If there's one thing worse than being lost in the wilderness, it's being lost and answering calls from a phone scammer.

That fear seemingly prevented a hiker from answering the phone while lost on Colorado's Mount Elbert, according to the local search and rescue team.

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