Canadian Ski Marathon
Founded in 1967 by former Canadian National Ski team member, Don MacLeod, the first “marathon ski tour” was designed to be the longest in the world, promoting a spirit of fitness, friendship and fun. The annual two-day event features ten sections that span 160 kilometers of tranquility and beauty through the Québec countryside: from Lachute to Buckingham with an overnight stop in Montebello.
Trisha Westman earned the Coureur des Bois Silver Medal by completing all sections while carrying a 5 Kg pack and previously earned a Coureur des Bois Bronze Medal.
Lisa Pauloff earned the Coureur des Bois Bronze Medal by completing all sections.