Mount Raoul Blanchard

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Mount Raoul Blanchard (French: Mont Raoul-Blanchard) is the highest peak in the Laurentian Mountains, Quebec, Canada at 1,166 m (3,825 ft). It is located in the La Côte-de-Beaupré RCM, 64 kilometres (40 mi) north east of Quebec City and 19 kilometres (12 mi) north of Saint-Tite-des-Caps in the Réserve faunique des Laurentides.

Mont Raoul-Blanchard seen from route 138 in St-Tite-des-Caps

The peak is named after Raoul Blanchard (1877-1965), a geographer who had significant interest in the French Alps and the mountains of Quebec.


Coordinates: 47°19′N 70°50′W / 47.317°N 70.833°W / 47.317; -70.833