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Maghalie Rochette stops for a snack along Le P'tit Train du Nord, Quebec. Photo: Zacharie Turgeon
Although I could spend hours gazing at some of the amazing shots on our Instagram account, a picture can only capture part of the Trail experience. Sounds, smells and tastes are equally important.

As we revel in cooler temperatures, autumnal colours and the delicious produce that harvest time brings, I think it’s time we turned our attention to the many people with a passion for local cuisine along The Great Trail of Canada. 

Right on time for the Canneberge en Fête and Balade Gourmande festivals near Victoriaville, I’m serving up the ultimate long weekend itinerary for avid foodies. I’m also sharing some great tips on responsible foraging and nutrition ahead of your next Trail adventure. It’s also a pleasure to show you one of my favourite videos at the moment – an introduction to Prince Edward Island’s unique food culture.

If this isn’t enough to whet your appetite, I don’t know what is. Enjoy!
Jane O'Faherty
Trans Canada Trail
A gourmet guide to le parc linéaire des Bois-Francs
Are you hungry for new experiences? Try a long weekend along this foodie-friendly Trail section near Victoriaville, Quebec. 
While knowledge of wild food is typically shared from generation to generation, anyone with a taste for adventure can join in the fun! Read our tips for fun and responsible foraging.
Cooler weather doesn’t mean you can overlook proper nutrition and hydration while you’re on The Great Trail of Canada! Check out our tips for avoiding hunger pangs the healthy way. 
Chef Ilona Daniel takes us on a guided tour – from delicious baked goods and lively conversations at the farmer’s market, to the wild berries and herbs along the Confederation Trail.
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